Welcome to Peel Park Surgery, All patients cared at Peel park surgery have a named GP Dr P Jha who is responsible for patients’ overall care at the practice, you are welcome to contact the practice if you wish to know who this is, if you have a preference as to which GP that is, the practice will make reasonable efforts to accommodate this request.
Dr Poonam Jha is a single handed Practitioner practising from a surgery within a purpose built Health Centre with all modern facilities. The surgery is near to bus route 645 and 646.There are no steps, allowing disabled patients full and easy access to facilities. There is ample parking space and a pharmacy is attached to the Health Centre.
Find out when our practice is open, what the GP consulting times are and what to do if you need help when the practice is closed. You can see the pharmacist for any acute illness such as cold, flu and cough etc. This service is provided by the pharmacy so that we can free GP appointments for more urgent and appropriate cases. Find out more
Do you need to re-order your medication? Visit our prescriptions page and complete the online form. Find out more.
Following extensive trials, the first safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine has been approved in the UK and the NHS is starting to offer vaccinations to those at greatest risk from coronavirus.
The first vaccinations are being offered to people in the priority groups identified by the Joint Committee of Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI), starting with people aged 80 and over. Groups of GP practices are working together to provide local vaccination services and will contact eligible patients when it is their turn.
We know that many people will be keen to have the vaccination as soon as possible and we want to reassure you that we will be in touch when it is your turn. In Bradford district and Craven a significant number of our population are over the age of 80, which means we have lots of people to vaccinate. We are offering appointments first to those people aged over 80 who are most at risk from coronavirus. That includes those who are already attending hospital as an outpatient, and/or who have been discharged home after a hospital stay, and people living in care homes. You do not need to contact our GP practice for an appointment.
When it is the right time for you to receive your vaccination, you will receive an invitation via the phone or through a letter either from your GP or the national booking system.
Please could we kindly ask you not to contact the practice for information about the vaccine or to ask for an appointment, as you will not be able to get one until you receive an invitation.
If you are invited for a vaccine, please act on your invite straight away and make sure you attend your appointments when you arrange them.
In the meantime, please continue to follow local restrictions, social distancing measures, and hand hygiene guidance, all of which will still save lives.
For more information about the vaccine, please see these frequently asked questions (add link or copy and paste from the document).
You can also visit www.nhs.uk or download the patient information leaflets on the following topics, which are available on the West Yorkshire & Harrogate Health & Care Partnership website.
Covid-19 vaccination – a guide for adults
- Covid-19 vaccination – a guide for those currently pregnant, planning a pregnancy or breastfeeding
- What to expect after your Covid-19 vaccination
- Why do I have to wait for my Covid-19 vaccine?
Important information about the coronavirus (COVID-19)
In summary, this means that in Bradford and district you must not:
- meet people you do not live with inside a private home or garden, except where you have formed a support bubble (or for other limited exemptions to be specified in law).
- visit someone else’s home or garden even if they live outside of the affected areas.
- socialise with people you do not live with in other indoor public venues – such as pubs, restaurants, cafes, shops, places of worship, community centres, leisure and entertainment venues, or visitor attractions. You may attend these venues with people you live with (or are in a support bubble with), but should avoid interaction with others.
- People are asked to follow The Covid Code:
- What can I do?
- Given the worrying infection rate across the district, Bradford Council is advising those that are shielding to protect themselves, not to take an unnecessary risk and not to follow the new shielding guidelines as of the 1 August 2020.
- What to do if you are shielding
- Keep your distance - keep at least 2 metres (3 steps) away from anyone you don’t live with.
- Face coverings - always wear a face covering when in a shop, on public transport and when you can’t follow the 2 metre rule
- Hygiene is key – wash your hands with soap and warm water often
- No handshake, no hugs, hands off - avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
- Think of others - cough or sneeze into your elbow
- Get tested - if you have a high temperature, a new continuous cough or a loss/change in your sense of taste or smell
- Stay safe - do not meet people you do not live with inside a private home or garden, except where you have formed a support bubble
- Do not visit - someone else’s home or garden even if they live outside of the district
- Stay indoors - isolate at home for 10 days if you have symptoms and 14 days if you live with someone who has symptoms
- No events - do not socialise with people you do not live with in other indoor public venues.
- Don’t spit - if you are infected, spitting will increase the chance of the virus and other germs spreading
- Take care of yourself - GPs, hospitals and other services are #StillHereToHelp
Where to get extra support
Bradford Council will continue to offer support through the 01274 431000 number for those who are unable to leave the house.
Do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital. You do not need to contact 111 to tell them you're staying at home.
PLEASE DO NOT TURN UP FOR AN APPOINTMENT BEFORE CONTACTING THE PRACTICE.
DO NOT COME INTO THE SURGERY!
DO NOT GO TO A PHARMACIST!
YOU DO NOT NEED TO PHONE NHS 111 unless:
you feel you cannot cope with your symptoms at home,
your condition gets worse,
your symptoms do not get better after 7 days.
Only call 111 if you cannot get help online
Advice for People at Higher Risk:
Guidance for Households with possible Coronavirus infection:
Guidance for Parents and Carers:
Thank you to all patients who are currently undertaking our 2020 GP National Patient Survey. The results of the survey will be ready for viewing very soon. We hope we can beat our last year's uptake and increase it with your input. We still need more patients to respond to the NHS GP Survey. Give us your views/ feedback on your local health service by filling it in. If you need help or guidance on filling the form please contact us, we would love to hear from you.
(Site updated 15/06/2021)