We are a large training General Practice with three surgeries, providing a range of primary healthcare services to over 19,000 patients living in Otley, Bramhope, Pool and surrounding areas.

This website provides useful information about us and how to access our services in the most appropriate way for your needs.

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Focus of the Month - Ovarian Cancer awareness 

Each year 7,400 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer in the UK. The risk of developing ovarian cancer for the general population of women is two per cent in the course of their lifetime. But some have a higher risk of developing ovarian cancer. It’s important for everyone to be aware of the risk factors and the symptoms of ovarian cancer. 





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Changes to Charles Street car park from mid-February. 


The car parking charges will come into effect from Monday 6th March, patients will be able to park free of charge for 90 minutes then after that charges will apply, these will be displayed clearly on boards on site and payable by phone.

Increasingly we are experiencing misuse of our patient car park in the form of people using the patient car parking spaces to visit Otley town centre or as a place to park whilst at work, this is resulting in patients being unable to park for their appointmentsb  as well as inconsiderate parking creating safety issues. The car park is also used as a gathering place on a night  for criminal activity. The continued use on weekends by shoppers is taking a heavy toll on the carpark surface and for various reasons we can only use a top surface of gravel to maintain it.

In line with many other private car parks experiencing similar issues, we have  engaged a parking management company who are  installing cameras  (which automatically register number plates)  and introducing  parking charges  for non-patient use to help with the considerable maintenance and resurfacing costs. If you are attending an appointment at the surgery these restrictions should not affect you  and  a full explanation of the restrictions will be displayed on signs in the car park. There will be leaflets with further information available in reception.

Those who continue to use the car park for non-surgery use will then be contributing fairly to the upkeep of the carpark and we anticipate this will see a reduction in that use and therefore a safer more convenient and continued free service for our patients.

Please be aware that the surgeries will close at 6pm on Thursday 6th April and will not re-open until 8am on Tuesday 11th April.

Should you require any medical assistance, please contact 111 or in cases of emergency please dial 999.

Thank you

Please be aware we are experiencing a very high volume of calls. Where possible please avoid calling at peak times which are normally between at 8:00am and 10:00am every morning. 

If you are calling regarding a routine matter that doesn't require medical attention on the day (blood tests results, booking routine appointments like GP follow up appointments or annual reviews), please call us after 2pm. If you require medical attention on that day, please wait to speak to Reception.

This way you can help us to direct you to the right person and get medical attention when you need it. Thank you for your understanding during these unprecedented times.

Due to excessive demands for normal health appointments with our Nursing Team, we can no longer provide travel advice.  You can obtain this from a private travel clinic (www.masta-travel-health.com). 

If you are planning a trip abroad and think you require any vaccinations relating to foreign travel, please use the website Travel Health Pro (www.travelhealthpro.org.uk) to determine what vaccinations you are required / advised to have and Fit for Travel (www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk) for up-to-date travel advice for your destination.  This will include which countries and areas within countries you are visiting.

If you need your vaccination records, patients registered at Chevin Medical Practice can access these through online patient access or call into the Practice to request a printed copy. 

The only free travel vaccinations included by the NHS (i.e. the only vaccines we administer) are below (dependent on both appointment and vaccine availability – please allow at least 6 weeks before your intended trip):

  • Polio, Diphtheria and Tetanus booster (3 in 1 vaccine) – 10 years protection
  • Hepatitis A – 25 years protection after 2 doses
  • Typhoid fever – 3 years protection
  • Cholera (only if considered high risk)

These vaccines are free because they protect against diseases thought to represent the greatest risk to public health if they were brought into the country.

If you have any further queries, please speak to a member of the Reception Team. 

GP CPCS provides a mechanism for patients to be referred by general practice to community pharmacy for minor illness. Using this new service can help alleviate pressure on GP appointments by harnessing the skills and knowledge of community pharmacists to treat a range of minor illnesses and allowing GPs to focus on more complex patients. The service gives a patient a same-day appointment in a community pharmacy, either face to face or remotely.

Please note our Reception team may triage your call and make a digital referral to a convenient pharmacy where you will receive relevant treatment and advice on the same day.

Please note we are unable to take prescription requests over the phone or via email.  Please order your prescriptions through System Online/NHS App or alternatively your pharmacy may be able to assist you with ordering this.

If you are not registered for System Online speak to reception who will be able to help you to register.


eConsult is a quick, easy and safe way for patients to contact the practice anytime, without having to travel to the practice or wait in a phone queue. 

A demo video is available here

You can use this service https://www.nhs.uk/nhs-services/online-services/find-nhs-number/ to get your NHS number.

Your NHS number is a 10 digit number found on any letter you receive from the NHS.

You do not need to know your NHS number to use NHS services, but it can be useful to have it.

This service is for anyone living in England who has forgotten or does not know their NHS number.

NHS & Private Digital Hearing Aids are now available at Chevin Medical Practice.

  • Latest digital technology
  • 3 year follow-up and servicing
  • Batteries and parts from your local surgery
  • Aim to be given hearing aids at first appointment
  • Hearing test and fitting at our Bramhope Surgery
  • If you've had your NHS hearing aids for more than 3 years, you may be eligible for new ones

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 Ask your GP for a referral or speak to Reception for more information.