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Patient Participation Group

We have a patient group which tries to meet up on a quarterly basis. We discuss changes within the practice and how we can improve patient experience. Our next meeting is on Tuesday 24th May at 6pm. New members are always welcome. If you would like to attend please let a member of the reception team know or alternatively email

We now have a dedicated telephone number for our elderly and housebound patients to ring to order their prescriptions. The number is 01274 503642 and is available Mon -Fri 11am -2pm. This number is also available for all patients to ring for their test results.

PHYSIO 1st. From 3rd May 2016 we will be introducing Physio 1st, a new self referral physiotherapy service. This is for new onset muscular, joint and back problems. Please contact the surgery for more information.

SMS text service is available to all mobile phone users to remind them of their appointments. Please ask at reception for a consent slip or you can register online. Please be aware it is the patients responsibility to inform the practice of any changes to mobile numbers. 

If you are unable to attend an appointment you can text your name and appointment details to 07754 805009 and a member of the reception team will cancel your appointment.


You may be aware from April 2016 all surgeries are required to provide their patients with a named GP who will have overall responsibility for the care and support that the surgery provides. This is intended to continue the patient care you already recieve from the practice.

Important: This does not mean that you must always see this doctor. You are free to choose to see any of the GPs at the surgery. Also your named GP may not always be available.You may need to see a different doctor if you are acutely ill. If this is the case, your continuity of care will not be affected

The practice is associated with the University of Leeds



 Welcome to Horton Bank Top practice

The doctors and staff at Horton Bank Surgery in Bradford are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centered healthcare. We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and well-person check-ups. We are also a training practice so we will have regular GP registrars who will be doing a 6 or 12 month placement with the practice. Dr H Thandi is our GP trainer.

In addition to everything you need to know about the practice you will also find a wealth of health-related information in the menu on the right hand side. Please have a look around and do send us some feedback if you like.



     To provide excellent,personal medical care which is sensitive to the needs

of our patients in a primary care led NHS.


We would be grateful for your ratings of the practice on NHS Choices website



Prescription and test result line

We have a dedicated telephone number for our elderly and housebound patients to ring to order their medication. The number is 01274 503642 and is available Mon - Fri 11am -2pm. This number is also available for all patients to ring for their test results.


3dgraph1 Friends and Family Test

Diabetes Supermarket Tour

The dietitians are going to be trialling a couple of evening supermarket tours for diabetics.  We also have the usual tours running at other supermarkets through the day. 

Please telephone 01274 365925 for more information or click on the link below


Diabetes Supermarket Tour


Choose Well

If you become unwell or are injured make sure you choose the right NHS service to make sure you get the best treatment.


University of Leeds Teaching practice 

The practice is linked with Leeds University School of Medicine and the staff here are helping to train our next generation of doctors.As part of this training there may be a student present with the doctor or nurse in your consultation.

Seeing patients is a vital part of their training.Medical Students follow the same standards in behaviour and confidentiality as your own GP.

However if you feel you would not be happy to have a student present please tell our reception staff and this can be arranged.

Students are present usually on a Tuesday and Thursday there will always be a message on our call board in the surgery to let pt be aware they are here.  

Thank you for your help,without your co-operation we would not be able to produce the doctors of the future. 

Dr R Cairns is our Medical Student Trainer.


Shared care record

The General practice or Clinical Service you are attending uses a secure computerised records system,which allows clinical staff to share information in your record to ensure the best care can be provided to you.

A facility is now available in this new system which allows you to have control over how your record is shared between the different teams of clinical staff treating you both in the future.

You will be asked at each location where you are treated to agree to make your clinical record shareable with other NHS staff that you are under the care of.

At any time in the future you can request that this is changed.  

Your record from your treatment by this practice or department will be available to other clinical services who need to treat you or are treating you and who use a compatible system.

  •  Your consent to view (share in) can be specified at each service.
  •  But only staff with a legitimate clinical reason to access your record may do so.
  • All access to patient’s computerised records are automatically recorded with the date, time and person who accessed the record.
  • Staff are restricted to certain functions and views depending on their professional role.
  • It is also possible for you to request at any time that a particular part of your record (e.g. a particular consultation with your GP) is marked as private (non shareable).
  •  It is also possible for you to ask that your record is not shared between different NHS organisations (i.e. GP, Care Trust, Hospitals etc) but allow it to be shared between departments in those organisations.
  • Again the same rules of confidentiality and access described above apply.
  • If you do not consent to share your information

    • Your full record of treatment by this practice or department will NOT be available to other clinical services that need to treat you.

    • Having access to all the current information is important in being able to provide you with the best quality of care.
      You would need to take extra care to ensure that if you are treated by other services you are able to provide them with any information about yourself they might need.
    • You can change your mind at any time.

    In the event of an emergency:

    In certain circumstances, such as if you are unconscious or there is a court order, healthcare staff may look at your record without asking you. If they have to do this, a note will be made on your record. If we share information without your permission, we will make sure that we keep to the Data Protection Act 1998, the NHS confidentiality code of practice and other national guidelines on best practice.

    There is more information about existing guidelines at:

    For more information about sharing please ask for a leaflet at reception or visit our website:

    More information is available in the “Patient Care Record Guarantee” (available on request from reception) or at the

    website above.

    Please let us know your sharing preferences


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