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ELECTRONIC PRESCRIPTION SERVICE (EPS) AVAILABLE HERE from 5 10 2015

SAVE TIME! No need to come to the surgery to pick up your prescription – it can go straight to your nominated Pharmacy!* Please speak to your Pharmacy to sign up!*A small number of prescriptions cannot be sent this way and will remain as paper prescriptions for now. Click on the link below for the leaflet

http://www.nhs.uk/NHSEngland/AboutNHSservices/pharmacists/Documents/eps-patient-information-sheet.pdf

Cervical Screening Awareness WeekShockingly 22% of women don’t attend their smear test when invited and in Bradford/Wakefield/Calderdale/Kirklees/Leeds fewer women are attending year-on-year. Please look out for your invitation or book a smear test if you haven’t had one #CSAW #NHS

Do you have Diabetes? Please complete the anonymous survey link
A Guide to healthy fasting for Ramadan. Click on the link
Is your Medicine Cabinet fit for Winter. Click on the link

Thorpe Edge Community News Click on the title to see what events the Community Centre are holding

Welcome to The Rockwell and Wrose practice

Drs Parkinson, Gavin, Mills and Holdsworth operate their partnership at 2 separate sites in North Bradford. Our team includes Dr's Savin, Bhat and Chaudhry, a full Nursing and Healthcare team with dedicated reception and adminstrative support teams. 

We aim to provide high quality, patient centred, modern general practice and offer many services in addition to traditional family medicine. We have become a training practice to train GPs of the future. We cover the populations of Wrose, Idle and Bolton Woods from Wrose Health Centre Greengates, Apperley Bridge, Eccleshill and Thorpe Edge from the Rockwell Medical Centre .

 


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