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.

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. Mondays are particularly busy, please avoid calling the practice for routine matters whenever possible.

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.

After many years of dedicated service as a family GP, Dr Emily Hide retired at the end of April this year.

Dr Hide will be very much missed and leaves behind a modern multi-role team as part of her legacy to continue caring for our patients.

All the staff and patients – past and present – wish Dr Hide every happiness in her retirement. 


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.

We currently do not have any covid vaccines in stock at the surgery for any age group. If you would like to book a vaccination please use the national online booking service or call 119 who will be able to advise you of a local site.

 We kindly ask you to avoid calling the practice for further information as we are currently experiencing a high volume of calls  which may prevent someone who requires urgent medical help from getting through to us.

Thank you for your support, we shall continue to support you all.

Further to NHS guidance updates, staff and patients are now able to use personal choice whether to wear a facemask.

Any patient / visitor with respiratory concerns or suspected Covid-19 should continue to wear a facemask (some will be available at the Reception desk if required) to keep everyone safe.

This policy will be reviewed in the event of any local outbreaks of Covid-19.

Thank you for your support. 

As a practice, we have decided not to give out cards to prove the Covid vaccination.

The NHS App is now providing patients who have had a Covid vaccination with proof, a so-called “vaccine passport”. Patients can either check their COVID-19 vaccine record or share their Covid-19 vaccine status.

Booster vaccinations are now available on the NHS App as well. Vaccination details like batch numbers and expiry dates are available in your medical record. We are working extremely hard to make access as quick and easy as possible and many of you will already have access to the NHS App.

You can also call 119 to get written evidence if you require it from that point. Please See here for the App https://www.nhs.uk/nhs-services/online-services/nhs-app/

Please note it may take up to ten days to update your COVID-19 vaccine status on our medical record. Please bear with us, with tens of thousands of patients to provide care for, vaccinate and all the other activities we do currently it may take a short time to give you full access.

Please do not contact the surgery demanding immediate access to this info as doing so can disrupt the care we need to give to patients - which is currently at a very high demand level.

We will work with our partners to get this sorted as fast as we can, just as we have done in delivering you both vaccinations in the first place.

For any queries around eligibility or suitability for the vaccination programme please ring the National helpline - 119. Please do ensure your contact details, including your mobile number are correct by logging in to your NHS App or SystmOnline portal to update them. Please register for Online Services and you can book the appointment for a COVID vaccine yourself.

If you would like to register for online services, click here for further information

To access online services click here

Please see here for the NHS App https://www.nhs.uk/nhs-services/online-services/nhs-app/

The national data opt-out was introduced on 25 May 2018, enabling patients to opt out from the use of their data for research or planning purposes, in line with the recommendations of the National Data Guardian in her Review of Data Security, Consent and Opt-Outs

Patients can view or change their national data opt-out choice at any time by using the online service at www.nhs.uk/your-nhs-data-matters or by calling 0300 3035678.

By 31 March 2022 all health and care organisations are required to be compliant with the national data opt-out policy.

More information can also be found on the NHS Digital website by clicking on the following link 


As you would expect given the COVID-19 pandemic Chevin Medical Practice has been extremely busy throughout the past year and we continue to be as busy as ever. Locally, as well as nationally, we are seeing the highest number of GP appointments being booked on a daily basis since records began. 

Following recent media coverage regarding face to face GP appointments we want to reassure you that here at Chevin Medical Practice we are still seeing patients face to face.

In fact throughout the COVID-19 pandemic we never stopped seeing patients face to face where it was clinically appropriate to do so. 

Saying this, many problems can be managed over the phone, via a video call and even by text messaging.

Before you are seen, your GP may want you to have investigations, ask you to send in pictures or need more information. A telephone call is often more appropriate in the first instance.

In addition, you now have direct access to a growing group of Specialists including Pharmacists, Musculoskeletal Practitioners and Mental Health experts. If appropriate for you our Reception Team can book you an appointment directly with one of these Specialists, saving you time and getting you the most appropriate care as soon as possible. 


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.