Coronavirus Vaccine - Update -The Coronavirus vaccine has now been approved for use and the NHS will be starting to offer this to priority groups. We will share further information with you as it becomes available. In the meantime, we ask that you please do not contact the surgery to seek a vaccine, we will contact you when it’s the right time for you to have yours. Please act on your invite when it comes and make sure you attend your appointments when you arrange them. Please note your vaccination appointment will be at The Ridge Medical Practice, Cousen Road, Bradford, BD7 3JX 


Welcome to Wibsey & Queensbury Medical Practice

UPDATED Friday 19th August 2022
Bank Holiday 
please note the practice will be closed on Bank Holiday Monday 29th August, and will re-open on Tuesday 30th August at 8am. 
Please note the practice will be closed for Staff training from 12:30 on the dates below
Thursday 18th August 2022
Thursday 15th September 2022
Thursday 20th October 2022
Thursday 15th November 2022
Thursday 15th December 2022
 If you require any urgent medical assistance please call NHS 111 or 999. 


We are looking to stream-line the way we manage urine samples. If you feel you may have urine infection then you must discuss this with a receptionist, either at the desk or over the phone. We will not be assessing any urine samples just handed in at the surgery.

Please review the NHS website on ways to manage urine infections – some infections improve without the need for antibiotics.’

Breathing better                      

 At Wibsey & Queensbury Medical Practice we really want to do the best for our patients with COPD and asthma, keeping you as fit and well as possible.  We also want to protect the environment, providing cleaner air for you to breathe and reducing carbon emissions.  To achieve all these goals we are planning to switch some of your inhalers to ones which are better for the environment, but which are still the same medication, doing the same job in your lungs. This is not a cost cutting exercise, as if anything these types of inhalers are slightly more expensive than your old ones.

The best swap is from an MDI (metered dose inhaler) to a DPI (dry powder inhaler).  It is the delivery system in MDI inhalers which is bad for the environment and so, in the long term, bad for your lungs.

We hope you will find these swaps easy to use, but if you are having difficulties, please do get in touch with us. Please see the leaflet 'breathing better' below. 

Wishing you Good Health,


Wibsey & Queensbury Medical Practice

 Breathing Better Leaflet and The Swops. 


Unfortunately, we are seeing an increase in abuse directed towards our staff. The GP's tell our staff to ask for specific information about your health needs where you are comfortable doing this. Please remember that we are here to help you, so please be kind when speaking to us.


 Contacting the practice -

Wibsey & Queensbury Medical Practice is accessible every week day from 8:00am - 6:00pm daily. Please call: 

Wibsey Medical Practice - 01274 677198

Queensbury Medical Practice - 01274 880507

Our Appointments. 

Please be aware all our appointments are initially a telephone consultation with a clinician and then booked appropriately depending on the information you provide our advisors with a clincian should a face to face appointment be required you will be asked to attend the practice. 

If you require an routine appointment why not fill out one of our econsults, please see further details below. 

Please note Econsult will not be avaiable from 12:00 Friday 26th August 2022 until 08:00 Tuesday 30th August 2022 due to practie been closed for the Bank Holiday. Should you require any urgent medical assistance in the meantime when the partice is closed please call 999 or NHS 111 if its not urgent. 

Econsult is Available 24 Hours Per Day, 7 Days per Week!econsult

Econsult is Available 24 Hours Per Day, 7 Days per Week!

You do not need to be registered for our online service to use econsult. The practice does experience large increase in the number of telephone calls that we receive each day. This is resulting in patients having to queue for longer on the phones. To help with this, we are asking as many patients as possible to use our E-Consult service.

To use this service, click on the banner above.

This allows you to send messages to the surgery from your laptop, smartphone, or PC at any time of the day or night, and it can be done 7 days per week. When the practice receives a message, a response will be sent within 2 working day (except when it is a bank holiday or when the practice is closed.)

You can send us prescription queries, requests for sick notes and any routine medical matter, or any admin queries.  A clinician will then look at your request, and respond  normally within 48 hours.

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