welcome to Bingley Medical Practice

Cough, cold or Coronavirus?

The symptoms are now often indistinguishable. For advice on what to do, go to Symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) - NHS (www.nhs.uk)

Coronavirus vaccinations (including "boosters")

To arrange a Coronavirus vaccination (including "boosters"), please call 119 or book online. You can also find details of the local vaccination clinics here.


"Spring Boosters" are now avaiable for those aged 75 and over, and those vulnerable due to their other health conditions or medicines. "Spring Boosters" can be given from 6 months after the previous vaccination. If you are eligible, you will receive a message from NHS England when it is time for your next vaccination - please wait for this before booking.


For more information, go to How to get a booster dose of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine - NHS (www.nhs.uk)

keeping everybody safe

We continue to ask that all visitors to Canalside to wear a face mask or face covering, as is required in all NHS settings. This remains the case, even after the latest relaxation of other Covid rules.


Covid19 can often cause symptoms similar to the common cold (e.g. runny nose, sore throat). If you have these symptoms, we encourage you to check a Lateral Flow test before coming to see us.


People visiting us are more likely to be vulnerable to Covid19, as we inevtiably see more of people who are elderly or have chronic health problems. So we ask you to help us to protect them. 


Thank you.





Staff at Bingley Medical Practice are getting active to help raise money for our local hospice - Sue Ryder Manorlands.


Please follow the link for more details and our JustGiving page.


Bingley Medical Practice is fundraising for Sue Ryder (justgiving.com)

friends & family

Of our patients surveyed so far, 95% say they would recommnend Bingley Medical Practice to their friends and family.


You can download a graph of the full results here.

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Why not take a few minutes to let us know what you think?

who is eligible for a vaccine at the moment?