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Appointment Reminders

Would you like a reminder of your appointment time and date sending to your mobile phone? If so please contact the reception team on 01274 697600.

Patients Not Attending

During May 2015, 77 patients failed to attend a prebooked appointment with one of the doctors wasting 13hrs 20mins of surgery time.

61 patients didn't attend prebooked nurse appointments wasting 16hrs 20mins of surgery time and 18 patients didn't attend with the attached teams (physio etc) wasting 7hrs 35mins.

Repeated missed appointment will result in the patient being removed from the practice list and will need to register at another surgery.

Electronic Prescribing

In May 2015,the practice and its pharmacies went live on a system called Electronic Prescribing. Initially this will be used just for patients who have regular repeat medications. This system has the benefit of a greater security between the practice and the pharmacy. As a practice, we encourage all our patients to have a conversation with their pharmacy about the scheme and make a nomination of receiving pharmacy as soon as possible. Please note patients who already have a chemist receiving their prescriptions still need to have this conversation at the pharmacy.

Low Moor Medical Practice Needs You

to become a Practice Health Champion!

Are you interested in health and would like to encourage others to improve their health and wellbeing? Practice Health Champions volunteer with their GP Practice to deliver health and wellbeing activities to patients and the wider community. To become a Practice Health Champion you will need to attend a 2 day training course which will develop your knowledge, skills, experience and passion. Following this the Practice Health Champions will volunteer with the practice for approximately 3 hours per week. The Practice Health Champions will meet regularly with GP practice staff to identify and explore health concerns and issues which affect patients of the practice.

For more information contact 01274 322662, email practice.champions@bdct.nhs.uk. Application forms are available from the above or the practice reception. Closing date for application is 4th July 2015.

The Practice Health Champions project is delivered by Bradford District Care Foundation Trust. 

Doctors

Dr Frances Gavin (f)

MB ChB Leeds 1988, DRCOG 1992, MRCGP 1993, Senior Partner. Joined this Practice in 1992 Interested in Child Health, Diabetes, Gynaecology, Family Medicine Part time Partner

Dr Gavin is the Child Safeguarding lead 2018

Dr Charles Strachan (m)

MB ChB Aberdeen 1986, DCh 1990, MRCGP 1994, Full time Partner. Joined this Practice in 1997 Interested in Joint Injection, Cryotherapy, Minor Surgery, Child Health, Substance Abuse. Full time Partner

Dr Mark Cade (m)

BM Southampton 1985, FRCS 1990, MRCGP 2006, Full time partner.Joined this practice in 2007. GP with special interest in Urology.

Dr Cade is the Adult Safeguarding lead 2018

Dr M. Adil Qureshi (m)

Dr Qureshi joined us in November 2009. Full Time Partner. He is the diabetes lead for the practice.

Dr Jonathon Lolljee (m)

Dr Lolljee became a permanent member of the practice team in 2015.  Jon is an experiences A&E practitioner having done substantial work in various hospitals as a registrar in A&E departments. 

Dr Katherine Hickman (f)

Dr Hickman specialises in respiratory medicine and is currently respiratory lead for the Leeds area and has taken on the same role for Bradford.

All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.

 

 

The average pay for GPs working in Low Moor Medical Practice in the last financial year [2016/17] was £95,652 before tax and National Insurance. This is for 2 full time GPs and 4 part time GPs who worked in the practice for more than six months.

 

 
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