Dr Will Kenny-Levick will be leaving us in January 2022. Dr Kenny-Levick has been part of our clinical team for 6 years and will be greatly missed. If you see Dr Kenny-Levick regularly and you wish to see a particular GP going forward, then please let our Reception Team know. We all wish Will all the very best for his future endeavours.
Thank you for your continued patience during these challenging times.
Everyone accessing or visiting the practice must continue to wear a face covering and follow social distancing rules at all times.
If you have not had yet had your Covid vaccination, we would encourage you to book this now, either by visiting grabajab.net or ringing 119.
The practice is open and will continue to offer a range of telephone, video and face to face appointments.
Staff are working extremely hard to ensure we continue to provide the very best care for our patients and everyone who needs us. We remain as busy as ever and ask that you ‘help us to help you’ by using the right service for your needs and -- when contacting or visiting the practice -- treating our colleagues with the kindness and respect that they deserve.
In the last few weeks, we have seen an increase in queries from our patients regarding vaccine passports, which we are unable to help with. Please do not contact us about this.
If you have been vaccinated in England, Wales or Scotland, your vaccine passport is available via the NHS COVID pass. We understand there is a national issue with some vaccinations not showing up in the app. There is a solution being put in place to resolve this - from next week (2 August), please call 119 if you are affected and they will be able to help you.
If you were vaccinated outside of England, Wales or Scotland, there is currently no way to access a vaccine passport via the NHS COVID pass. The government have not yet published any details about when this will be possible. Please do not call us about this as we will be unable to help.
Important changes to routine and non-urgent blood test appointments
Thank you for bearing with us during the national blood bottle shortage.
To not overwhelm our phlebotomy service we will be taking a staggered approach.
For those that have outstanding blood tests, please contact the surgery and we will do our best to accommodate as soon as possible.
BNSSG Musculoskeletal App
The getUBetter app is provided free of charge by BNSSG CCG for patients registered ar Broadmead Medical Centre. It can be accessed on a smartphone or on the Web and guides you day-by-day through a sequence of exercises and tips to help you get better from a range of new or recurrent musculoskeletal conditions:
- Lower back pain
- Back and leg pain
- Neck pain
- Shoulder pain
- Ankle pain
- Soft tissue injury
- Knee pain
You will be referred to the App by one of our GPs or Physio, or you can self registerby clicking on the image here.
About Broadmead Medical Centre
Broadmead Medical Centre is an NHS GP practice, located in the centre of Bristol (within Boots in Broadmead). Our opening hours are extended to give greater flexibility for our patients.
We are working to offer more appointments in the evenings and at weekends. Speak to a member of the practice team to find out more.
If you live within our practice boundary (details available in reception), you may register with us here. We provide all general medical services and operate chronic disease clinics, manage child health and immunisations, family planning and sexual health, also clinics for smoking cessation, alcohol and weight management.
Have you got the NHS App?
24/7, wherever you are, the app lets you conveniently order repeat prescriptions, view your GP medical record, and quickly check symptoms.
You can also book, cancel and track appointments at your GP surgery with ease. And access to NHS 111 online means no more wondering if you need urgent attention.
It’s free and owned by the NHS so you know your personal data is always secure. You can find it in in Google and Apple app stores.
Your NHS, your way. Download the NHS App.
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MiDoS is an application designed to assist patients to be seen by the right clinical expertise at the right time, and to provide up-to-date information about services close to a specified location.
MiDoS achieves this by searching a variety of service directories, including the NHS Directory of Services (DoS), Local Authority, and Voluntary Sector. The application provides buttons to quickly find particular service types or specialties, and these are configured to the User in accordance with local and regional priorities.