The Boulevard Medical Practice
"The purpose of The Boulevard Medical Practice is to offer care, support and advice to all patients to enable them to maximise their quality of life."
The doctors and staff at The Boulevard Medical practice Halifax are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred 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. New patients who live in our catchment area are more than welcome to join us!
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.
Please see our patient information booklet
The practice has access for the disabled with all consulting and treatment rooms on two floors along with a patient lift and disabled toilets. We also have wheelchairs in the surgery for patients to borrow whilst attending to help them get to / from the car park and around the building. Please ask at reception if you would like to use one.
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Use this form to tell us about an experience of care at the surgery- it can be good or bad or a concern about the service. CQC uses this feedback to understand the quality of care they get from services at the Surgery. It helps make care better for everybody.
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For all non-emergency medical problems, sick note requests or for administrative queries we encourage you to use our Online Consultation Service, Engage Consult.
You can contact us using the online consultation page or alternatively please email your enquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org
Both options can also be used to order your repeat prescriptions.
This service must not be used for medical emergencies such as chest pain or severe bleeding.
Please dial 999.
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If you require a doctor after 6.30pm during the week, on Saturdays and Sundays or Bank Holidays please ring 111.
Your call will be answered by a trained call handler who will discuss your problem and direct you to the most suitable service. All NHS 111 call handlers are supported by trained nurses.
Please do not ask to see a doctor out of hours unless you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.
Call 999 in an emergency. Please note chest pains and/or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.
You can also access health care advice through NHS Choices at WWW.NHS.UK
111 is the NHS non-emergency number. It’s fast, easy and free. Call 111 and speak to a highly trained adviser, supported by healthcare professionals. They will ask you a series of questions to assess your symptoms and immediately direct you to the best medical care for you.
NHS 111 is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Calls are free from landlines and mobile phones.
In case of a life threatening emergency, please dial 999.
During the year we have staff training afternoons and the surgery will be closed from 12.30pm on Wednesday 15th June and will reopen on Thursday 16th June from 8am. If you require medical assistance during this time you must call 111 or 999 if it is a medical emergency. Otherwise please contact us from 8am the following day. If your enquiry can wait until the following day why not email us on email@example.com or alternatively please submit an e-consultation via the blue banner on our home page.
For more information about the date and times of closure, click here.
Why Are GP Practices Still Working Differently?
The pandemic is not over.
All appointments are being triaged.
This helps keep you safe and makes sure the people with the greatest need are seen first.
We will see everyone in person who needs to be seen that way.
I wanted to see my GP, so why am I seeing someone else?
Many GP practices now include nurses, advanced nurse practitioners (who can diagnose and treat health conditions), occupational therapists, pharmacists, physiotherapists and link workers.
This ensures that you see the right person at the right time more quickly.
GP reception staff are a vital part of the health care team and ask questions to direct you to the best support.
They are skilled in assisting with triage and treat all information confidentially.
Non-urgent advice: Where else can I get help?
Visit nhs.uk for advice on common symptoms and a list of local services or speak to your pharmacist first for advice on minor illnesses.
- to schedule a minor injuries appointment • for urgent mental health advice and guidance • if you’re too ill to wait for your GP or dentist to open
Urgent advice: What about emergencies?
Always dial 999 in a life-threatening emergency.
If you need help with minor injuries at any time or urgent care when your GP practice is closed dial 111.
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