BRADFORD & AIREDALE CCG TRUST

ashcroft surgery,
bradford

Newlands Way, Eccleshill, Bradford, BD10 0JE, West Yorkshire, UK

Useful Numbers

  • CALL 111 –  open 24 hours for help with medical problems of short duration and sudden onset
  • ANY LOCAL PHARMACIST for good advice about medicines, minor illness
  • DISTRICT NURSES: 01274 256 131 for wounds, dressings, elderly people
  • HEALTH VISITORS: 01274 221 223 for advice about babies and children
  • MIDWIVES: 01274 623 952 if you’re pregnant
  • National Coronavirus Support Line 0333 880 6619

ONE-OFF POSTS

PrEP is a pill that can PREVENT HIV – enrol in a trial.

PrEP IMPACT Trial announcement: community PrEP advocates from PrEPster and iwantPrEPnow welcomed today’s announcement by NHS England of the launch of the PrEP IMPACT trial.  The IMPACT trial will provide PrEP to 10,000 people in England, with the first clinics in London, Brighton, Manchester, Liverpool and Sheffield expected to start enrolling participants into the trial …

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Cyber Attack on the NHS – what does it mean?

Key messages A number of NHS organisations , including hospitals and GP practices, have been affected by a ransomware attack. This has impacted organisations in different ways. In some cases computers have been infected with the ransomware virus; in other cases, computers/servers/internet connections have been shut down as a precautionary measure to prevent the spread …

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Gluten-free products are being stopped on the Bradford NHS from December 2016

This post is about Gluten-free (GF) products on the NHS. NHS Bradford City and NHS Bradford Districts CCGs are organisations which are responsible for commissioning your NHS healthcare. Commissioning involves decisions about local need and how best to use the limited NHS finances. As you know the NHS is under enormous financial pressure due to …

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Pharmacies will shortly no longer be able to order your prescription

Are you on medication that you regularly take every month? Does the pharmacist  order it for you? Does the pharmacist then pick it up and deliver it to you? If the answer is yes, please read this page carefully. So what’s happening? Before the start of 2017, pharmacies will no long be able to order …

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