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Heatwave Plan for England 2018

The Heatwave Plan for England 2018 went live on 1 June, and will remain in place until 15 September 2018. Its aim is to prevent avoidable harm to health by alerting people to the negative health effects of hot weather and enabling them to prepare and respond appropriately.

The plan recommends a series of actions to be taken by commissioners, providers of healthcare and individuals to reduce the risks to health from hot weather. In support of this plan, the Met Office issue Hot Weather Alerts during this period, which can be found on the Met Office website.

The Met Office has already issued a number of Level 2 Hot Weather Alerts, and with the warmer weather here to stay, we can expect Level 3 alerts in due course. These Level 3 alerts will indicate a 90% probability of severe hot weather at the time of release and the 48 hours which follow, and an impact on health services will be expected.

As we can anticipate an increased demand for healthcare during this summer period, I would like to take this opportunity to ensure that all organisations are taking appropriate actions, as described in the plan, to mitigate and to take steps to prepare for a potential increase in admissions due to the effects of the hot weather.

Weather-related deaths triggered by the increase in temperatures increase almost immediately with the onset of hot weather, reaching their highest levels after two days.

Further details on preparations for health can be found in the Heatwave Plan for England.

Along with other practices in Bradford district and Craven, this practice is currently experiencing IT (computer) issues.  This does not affect our ability to see and update your patient record, but it does impact on – for example – making non-urgent electronic referrals to hospital, printing out prescriptions and communicating with the hospital laboratory about pathology results.  In the interim, we have made some alternative arrangements for these, for example by making urgent patient referrals by other means. 


Our IT provider, eMBED Health Consortium is working closely with independent experts and the Bradford district and Craven CCGs to resolve the situation as soon as possible.  In the meantime, please be patient with our staff whilst they deal with these ongoing issues and start to tackle the backlog of work that will result from it.

Welcome to Picton Medical Centre

The Doctors and staff at Picton Medical Centre are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centered healthcare to the patient population of Manningham irrespective of race, class, disability or cost.

We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as Asthma, Diabetes, COPD, Heart Disease, Women's and Men's Health and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood and travel vaccination clinics.

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.


Privacy Notice






We hold sensitive and confidential data about you in our computer system.


We have a duty of care to ensure we protect this information for you.


We share this information with some other NHS services such as hospitals, in order to improve the care that you receive.


Other NHS services also share their information about you with us.


These organisations are listed in our Privacy Notice.



Our practice assumes that you are happy to share your information with these services UNLESS YOU TELL US OTHERWISE.



For some services we have an extra level of security. We ask them to verify your consent to share your information, by providing a unique code that is sent to you by text, email or SystmOnline.


You have the right to have your say about which services you do, or do not, want to have access to your details.

You can change your mind about this at any time.



If you have any questions about this please speak to reception.

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 SystmOnline & MJOG

You can now download the SystmOnline app for your smartphone. This will enable you to order your repeat prescriptions through your phone. For further details about registering for SystmOnline please speak to one of our members of staff at the reception.

MJog is a fully automated text and email messaging service designed to reduce no shows and uptake of clinics such as ‘flu vaccinations by allowing a fast and easy stream of communication between us and our patients.

PATIENTS- To feel the full benefit of MJOG then please ensure that you update your mobile number at the reception desk and allow to text message consent. Reception can sort this out for you in a matter of seconds. This will then enable you to cancel appointments without having to phone up the surgery and waiting in a long queue of calls.

Originally developed in 2002 in response to the huge problem of ‘no shows’ within the Health Sector, MJog is the most recent development in a long line of other successful software solutions developed and marketed by the company now called MJog Limited (previously known as Soft Option Technologies Limited).

MJog customers include GP Surgeries, NHS and Private Hospitals, Clinics and even Hair & Beauty Salons. All are benefiting from the many unique features which MJog has to offer including automated appointment reminders, two-way text messaging, health campaign messages to groups of patients or clients, instant messaging and an unrivalled support service that includes telephone, email and regular communications with the people using MJog.


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To improve the health, well-being and lives of those we care for, to provide the highest quality healthcare under the NHS to all our patients by a well trained and motivated primary health care team. We are committed to providing you with the best possible service.

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