Welcome to Shipley Medical Practice
Our team aims to work together to provide all our patients with the best possible medical care, combining a friendly personal service with high clinical standards. Our Practice shares Shipley Health Centre with other services including Health Visitors, District Nurses, Podiatry and School Health.
We work on the ground floor of the Health Centre and there is wheelchair access (including toilets).
Our Practice area covers Shipley, Bolton Woods, Wrose, Frizinghall, and parts of Baildon, Cottingley, Manningham and Heaton. We accept homeless people in temporary accommodation in our Practice area.
Registered patients can now manage appointments and repeat prescriptions online.
Before you can start using these services you will need to visit the Practice and provide photograph identification before we can issue you with your Username and Password.
- Prescription requests are for repeat prescriptions only. Acute prescription requests made online using the free text box will not be accepted.
Patient Participation Group
Shipley and Westcliffe Medical Practices now have a joint Patient Involvement Group.
If you would like find out more about the practices and have your say on future services come along to one of our meetings:
Wednesday 26th April 4.30pm at Shipley
Thursday 8th June 4.30pm at Westcliffe
Monday 24th July 4.30pm at Shipley
There is no need to confirm attendance, just drop in.
Friends and Family Test
The Friends and Family Test (FFT) is a single question survey which asks patients whether they would recommend the NHS service they have received to friends and family who need similar treatment or care.
GP Practices can use the feedback gathered through FFT to celebrate successes and to support staff to make improvements where the experience of services does not live up to expectations.
Take the Friends and Family Survey
Emergency & Out of hours
If you need to contact a doctor urgently when the Practice is closed, please call NHS 111. Your needs will be assessed and advice offered or arrangements made for you to see a doctor.
Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.
(Site updated 19/04/2017)