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Patients in Silsden and Steeton to benefit from new GP super-partnership

In an exciting new development, from 1 April 2019 Steeton and Silsden are joining Modality Partnership.  Modality Partnership is a GP super-partnership who already run seven practices in the Keighley, Skipton and Haworth area, known locally as Modality Airedale, Craven and Wharfedale (AWC)

The group of GP practices include:

  • Silsden & Steeton Medical Practice 
  • Cross Hills Surgery in Keighley
  • Farfield Group Practice in Keighley
  • Fisher Medical Centre in Skipton
  • Haworth Medical Practice in Haworth
  • Holycroft Surgery in Keighley
  • Kilmeny Group Medical Practice in Keighley
  • Long Lee Surgery in Keighley

All practices are fully committed to NHS values and the provision of excellent care to their registered patients.

Dr Andy Parsons, Executive Partner and GP at AWC Modality Partnership said: “We are delighted to be welcoming more GP practices in the AWC area to our growing Modality Partnership family. We are fully committed to providing excellent, high-quality care to meet our patient’s needs and serving our local communities with healthcare services that meet their expectations.”

Dr Matthew Milbourn, Senior GP Partner at Silsden & Steeton Medical Practice, Modality Partnership said; “This is a fantastic opportunity for us to make a real difference, leading the way in transforming care for our patients and providing more innovative approaches to the way we offer healthcare services.

“By being a part of a larger group of GP practices, we can make exciting changes and improve our healthcare services. In the near future, our patients can expect to see improvements to access and the way our medical practices work.

“We have chosen to work with Modality Partnership as they share our same ethos and vision for the future of patient care and GP led services.”

We are working with our staff to develop future plans and we are keen to hear from our patients and stakeholders. We are hugely excited to have joined Modality Partnership and look forward to being a key player in shaping the future of healthcare in Airedale, Craven and Wharfedale.

EXTENDED HOURS 

Please click the below for more information on our new extended hours service.

Extended Hours

Improving access to general practice: evening appointments now available

 Patients who are registered at this practice can now book an appointment to see a GP or nurse on weekday evenings (after 6.30pm). Appointments will take place at this practice. Talk to the practice receptionist to find out more or book an appointment.

Care Navigation

We are launching a new process here at Silsden Medical Practice called Care Navigation. It goes live within our region on 3rd December 2018.

All patients will be asked by reception staff if they are happy to provide further information on
their reason for calling so that reception teams can help them get the right care from the right
person, first time.

Click the link for further information about Care Navigation:

Information for Patients

Play the following video from You Tube for more information - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3Yqgo7HC_A&feature=youtu.be

Reducing prescribing of over-the-counter medicines

NHS Bradford District and Craven CCGs have agreed to adopt NHS England’s guidance on reducing prescribing of over the counter medicines.

This means that if you have a minor condition that can be easily treated with medicines that are available to buy, your GP may ask you to buy the medicine rather than issue a prescription. 

For more information please click the link below to show a short video with further information.

Paraffin-based skin products - some more resources for you

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