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Park Road Medical CentreTel: 01274 227575
The Medical CentreTel: 01274 678464
We are able to offer evening and weekend appointments at three other sites in Bradford, please ask Reception for details.
The range of surgery times are listed below
There is an emergency service for any urgent medical need that arises out of normal surgery hours and cannot wait until the next surgery. If you require emergency help please telephone the normal surgery number - an answer phone message will give you the correct number to ring at that time. Your need will be assessed and one of the following will occur:
This service is provided by a deputising service and responsibility for these arrangements rest with the Primary Care Trust.
This is a national 24 hour service which has been established by the government. Trained nurses answer all telephone calls and are available to give medical advice on all health related matters.
Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.