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Bradford Council will be holding catch up vaccination clincs throughout the summer in the community for Year 8 and 9 school children.

We are restarting routine screening and vaccination clinics . We will invite patients in where appropriate - please attend when invited or reschedule.

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Change of Details

It is very important that we have your up-to-date contact details.

There are several ways you can notify us if you have changed your Bradford address, mobile or house telephone number.

Please select your preferred method from those below, but if you have changed address please ensure it remains in our practice area: BD1, BD3, BD5, BD7, BD8, BD9, BD18. If it is outside our area you can find other local GPs on the NHS Choices web site: www.nhs.uk/Pages/homepage.aspx.

Email

Send an e-mail to bradfordstudenthealthservice@bradford.nhs.uk

Include:

  • Your full name and date of birth (must be date of birth not University ID number)
  • Tell us your old BRADFORD address, mobile and home telephone number
  • Tell us your new BRADFORD address, mobile and home telephone number
  • We will email an acknowledgement of receipt

Telephone

Monday to Friday between 10:00 and 17:00 you can telephone 01274 371380 and ask the Receptionist to update your records.

Come In to our reception and ask for a change of address form. Reception is open Monday to Friday, 08:30 to 17:00

If you have changed address and have been referred to a hospital, make sure you inform them too or you will miss your appointment - you can contact our Medical Secretaries for help with this.



 
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