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Feeling under the weather? Your GP is providing extra hours during the winter period

Our Practice is a member of NHS Leeds Confederation and the South and East Leeds GP Federation (SELGP) to support our patients over the winter period, we are working with other GP practices in the area to provide extra opening hours. During these additional hours you would be able to have a face to face appointment outside our normal working hours, but it might be at another local Practice in your area. Any local GP you see will have access to your medical records.

This is a voluntary scheme and all Surgeries have chosen to extend their hours at different times to best meet the needs of their Patients.

Our Practice is working with SELGP and are offering extended hours appointments at Seacroft Hospital each week day evening, and also at Conway Medical Centre on Monday evenings and Bellbrooke Surgery on Wednesday evenings and again at Seacroft Hospital on Saturdays and  Sundays.

We also offer Physio appointments without seeing a GP first if you fit the criteria.  Ask at Reception.  The Reception staff are asking about your symptoms so that can signpost you to the most appropriate service to meet your needs sooner.  The service is called Care Navigation and is aimed at directing you to the right service.  You will notice that one of our Doctors is promoting this service when you ring us up!

Patients can make appointments and making repeat prescription requests online via our computer system.  For information see 'Online access for patients' on the menu opposite.  

 We are always looking for Patients who want to join our Participation Group. We value our Patients opinions and welcome the opportunity to discuss any aspect of the service that we provide.

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