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Bowling Hall Medical PracticeRooley LaneBradfordWest Yorkshire, BD4 7SSTel: 01274 224888
New Patient RegistrationsLooking for a doctor?Please contact the practice and arrange to complete a new patient registration form and health questionnaire. You will need proof of identity and proof of address with you when you register.
Late Night ClinicsWe are pleased to announce that we now hold late night appointments up until 7:30pm every Monday night. Please note that reception is closed to general queries and prescription collections.
CancellationsPlease try to keep your appointment and arrive at the surgery in good time. If you are unable to make your appointment, please tell us as soon as possible so we can offer your appointment to another patient.
Out of HoursIf you need to see a doctor outside normal surgery hours, please telephone the normal practice number – 01274 224 888 – and you will be directed to our emergency on-call doctor service. Alternatively, you can call 111 for any health queries.
Test resultsPlease telephone after 2pm for test results.
You can order your repeat prescription via this website by following the link above and logging in to our online services. You also have the option of deciding where you wish to collect your prescription from - either from the practice or one of the pharmacies in the local area.
Please Note: If you wish your prescription to be collected from one of the pharmacies you can either contact the pharmacy concerned to register with their collection service or let us know when you order which pharmacy to want your prescription to be sent to.
Alternatively, you can request repeat medication by indicating the items you require on the tear-off slip of your prescription, and posting it to us or putting it through our letter box.
PLEASE NOTE THAT DURING THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC WE ARE TEMPORARILY TAKING MEDICATION REQUESTS OVER THE TELEPHONE. PLEASE ONLY DO THIS IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO SEND A REQUEST ONLINE.
Please allow two working days for your medication request to be processed.
On occasion a GP may prescribe you what is known as an 'acute' medication. This is a medication which has not been added to your list of 'Repeat' items, which may be because the GP wants to trial the medication to see what effect it has, or if it is something which is only meant to be used for a short period of time. If you feel that you need a further supply of these medications, please contact the surgery over the phone or via the reception desk, or use the online prescription request form or SystmOnline. In these cases, the request for medication must go to a doctor for review.
In some cases they may decide that they need to see you before they can issue a further supply of the medication. After you have made your request, please contact the surgery after 5pm the same day to see whether the doctor is happy to issue the medication, or if they need to see you first.
Note that if you have never had a medication from us before and it is not a repeat item, you will need to see a doctor before it will be issued.
There are several ways that you can get help with your prescription costs, depending on your circumstances.
Prescription Prepayment Certificates
Prescription prepayment certificates (PPC) are available in England and they can save you money.
From 1 April 2019, the charges are:
If you will have to pay for four or more prescription items in three months, or more than 14 items in 12 months, you may find it cheaper to buy a PPC. The charge for a single prescription item is £9.15, whereas a three month PPC will cost you £29.65 and a 12 month PPC £105.90.
There is further information about prescription exemptions and fees on the NHS website
People with certain medical conditions can get free NHS prescriptions if:
Medical exemption certificates are issued on application to people who have:
Or are undergoing treatment for cancer:
Also read the Medical exemption certificate FAQ.
How to apply for a Medical exemption certificate
To apply for a Medical exemption certificate ask your doctor for an FP92A form. Your GP, hospital or service doctor will sign the form to confirm that your statement is correct. At your GP's discretion, a member of the practice who has access to your medical records can also sign the form.
Your certificate will be valid from one month before the date that the NHS Business Authrority receives the application form.
The MedEx lasts for five years and then needs to be renewed. You may receive a reminder that your certificate needs to be renewed. If you don't receive a reminder, it is your responsibility to ensure that it is renewed.
You can find more information about the application process and refunds on the NHS Business Authority's website.
Please allow 48 hours, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. Any problems please telephone the surgery.
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