Moor Park Medical Practice
PLEASE NOTE THE PRACTICE WILL BE CLOSED ON MONDAY 19TH SEPTEMBER IN RESPECT OF THE QUEENS FUNERAL. PLEASE ORDER ANY MEDICATION NEEDED IN PLENTY OF TIME SO YOU DO NOT RUN OUT
With patients' needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register, you’ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations. The named accountable GP for all patients registered at Moor Park Medical Practice is Dr I Malik
PRIMARY CARE NETWORKS - PCN5
PCNs have been introduced to build on existing Primary Care services and enable greater provision of proactive, personalised, coordinated and more integrated health and social care for all patients
The Practice is now working collaboratively with 10 other Practices in the area to delivery improved and specific services to our patients. Moor Park Medical Practice is part of PCN5 and has helped delivery the Services at the COVID VACCINATION HUB here at Barkerend Health Centre. The HUB was set up in 2020 to deliver the vaccination service and has been very successful.
COVID VACCINATIONS 2021/22
The Practice invites patients to come to Barkerend Health Centre HUB for covid vaccinations. The Practice is part of PCN5 which consists of 10 Practices working collaboratively together to bring better services to the area. First, Second and Boosters vaccinations are being administered at the HUB. Patients can book appointments by ringing the surgery or coming into the surgery to book in a clinic. Patients who have mobile telephones will be sent a link to book directly into a clinic of their choice at a time that suits them and staff will book patients in opportunistically when they are seen at the Practice.
FLU VACCINATIONS 2021/22
The Practice has now taken delivery of Flu vaccinations and patients can book in now. The Practice is running pre bookable clinics, drop in clinics and direct booking clinics where the patient will be sent a sms and link and they can book into a clinic on a date and time suitable to them. Reception staff will also book patients in opportunistically when they contact or are seen at the Practice. Flu vaccines will be administered to the end of March 2022 as per government guidance. Flu vaccines for the coming year 2022/23 have been ordered by the Practice
Central Locality Integrated Care Service
Patients referred to the CLICS service will be reviewed by a Community Connector and an Advanced Nurse Practitioner so covering social and medical problems. The Community connector has resources to voluntary groups and services and can gain other information for patients whatever that may be. The ANP works together with the Community Connector resolving medical issues. All these people come together with the GP's in a Multidisciplinary Team Meeting regularly
Clics is a relatively new service for patients which started in October 2020 . All staff at the Practice can refer patients into this service so if patients don't want to book a GP/Clinician appointment they can ask to be referred by the Nurse or Secretaries
Reducing Inequalities in City
Bradord Clinical Commissioning Group have commissioned another project called RICS which runs alongside the CLICS programme for reducing health inequalities for people in Bradford. This service is working well and having a positive impact on communities and services offered to patients.
EXTENDED ACCESS & HOURS SERVICE
Moor Park Medical Practice is part of the extended access and hours service which provides GP, Physiotherapy, nurse and health care Assistant appointments. Please see the attached notice for all the details
Extended Access Information 2022
Throughout Bradford all Practices are taking part in Care Navigation which is helping patients to be directed in the right direction to the service they need to use. All the reception Staff and Practice Manager at Moor Park Medical Practice have had training for Care Navigation and will all ask the same questions when patients ring the Practice for an appointment. We would ask that patients help by answering the questions so they can be directed quickly and easily to the right service needed.
Self Care and Help - Keep Well
Of course we’re not just here for when you are unwell. Our team of healthcare professionals and back-up staff offer a number of clinics and services to promote good health and wellbeing whatever your medical condition. The practice promotes self care/help and is here to help guide patients to the appropriate service and organisations.
The first point of call with an ailment for patients should be the local pharmacy where they can assess you and provide you with information and medication if needed. Pharmacist are able to do a consultation for minor medical conditions. The Practice is working with local pharmacies to bring a better service for 2022
A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.
Accessible Information Standard
The practice has implemented accessible information for patients and aims to make sure that disabled patients have access to information that they can understand and any communication support they may need. this includes making sure that patients can get information in different formats according to their needs.
General Data Protection Regulation- Introduced 25th MAY 2018
The new General Data Protection Regulation has been implemented at the Practice and is there to protect patients and staff. New guidelines state that all information is confidential and in order for staff to make appointments, order prescriptions or discuss any other things relating to a patient record then they have to be speaking to the Patient or have written permission from the patient to speak to a specific person. All staff are unable to discuss anything with any other members of the family or friends. This information will be updated regularly to ensure proper implementation at the practice.
National Opt Out Policy 2022
Privacy Notice Working with Primary Care 2022
Privacy Notice general Practice 2022
Practice Notice DPIA Use During Covid 2021 2022
Fair Processing Policy Staff 2022
Supplementary Privacy Notice 2022
Fair Processing Notice Policy Adult 2022
Fair Processing Notice Children 2022
National Opt Out Policy 2022
Privacy Notice policy Coronavirus COVID 2022
Privacy Notice Policy Moor Park Medical Practice 2022
Privacy Notice Policy Primary Care Network 2022
These Notices are provided in paper format in a folder named Privacy Notice Folder which can be found in the Reception Area at
Moor Park Medical Practice
More information is contained in the Practice policies section and leaflets are available at reception the government website is
National Opt out Policy Information for Patients
Please use the following link to get the most up to date information regarding Patient National Opt Out Policy
Opt Out Forms can be downloaded from here
Thank you Moor Park Medical Practice
Data Protection Officer for the Practice is
You can now register for Online Services at the practice and download the System Online app for your smartphone. This enables you to order your repeat prescriptions online and make and cancel appointments. Patients can also request coded access to medical records through this service. All patients will be registered for this service by 31st March 2022
From 1st April 2019 the Practice offers 25% of appointments through online services, patients can book with a GP, ANP, Nurse and HCA. This has continued through Covid 19 giving patients choice on how to book.
Patients are also able to Download the NHS APP this includes information regarding COVID19 vaccinations. If you require a paper copy of your covid vaccinations then please ring NHS 119
We hope you enjoy having a look around the site and familiarising
yourself with some of the online features such as ordering a repeat prescriptions. Whatever your thoughts, be sure to let us know via our feedback function. Comments and suggestions are always a great way of helping us continue to enhance the way we look after you
Patient Engagment Lead
The Practice Patient Engagement Lead is Razia Bibi and she is here to help with any queries the patients may have. The patient engagement lead liaises with patients, outside organisations and voluntary services to guide patients in the right direction for help outside of the practice. Razia Bibi is happy to chat to patients at any time and can be contacted on the surgery number or you can all in to see her on Mondays and Wednesdays
Patient Participation Group
The Practice has an established Patient Participation Group but are always looking for new members to join and give their views and input, if you are interested in becoming a member please ask the reception staff and look at our patient group information on this website.
Our surgery is easily accessible to patients using a wheelchair. We also have allocated car parking for registered disabled patients, providing they have their permit on display.
Our Mission Statement
To improve the health, well-being and lives of those we care for, to provide the highest quality healthcare under the NHS to all our patients by a well trained and motivated primary health care team. We are committed to providing you with the best possible service.
Statement of Purpose 2021 2022
Statement of Intent 2021 2022
(Site updated 12/09/2022)