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The Garden Surgery

We welcome new and existing patients


The Garden Surgery are providing extended access to clinical appointments with effect from 1 July.  Each week there will be additional appointments to GP's on Mondays and Tuesday evenings (6.30 to 8pm) at Seacroft Hospital.  These appointments will be with a GP, but not necessarily your own GP.

Health Care Assistants will provide Blood screening, blood pressure monitoring and NHS Health Checks on Saturday mornings there as well, between 8am and 2pm.  

Please ask at Reception if you need to access these appointments.

Thank you 

We are now a Park run Practice which means we will be encouraging eligible patients to attend our local park run which is held at Temple Newsam on Saturday mornings at 9am and you may see some of our GP's there too!  If you are interested in the park run please go to:

Or ask at a Receptionist, GP, Nurse or Health Care Assistant at the Surgery

Our Practice is a member of NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group and the South and East Leeds GP Federation as well as the Leeds 8 and 9 Locality, which incorporates Burmantofts,  Harehills and Richmond Hill Localities. 

The Doctors and staff at The Garden Surgery in Leeds are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.  The Practice has been established since 1947. The Doctors aim to provide a range of healthcare services via a co-ordinated team of Professionals.

We are a single site Practice with disabled access throughout the building. Accessible car parking is available and patients are asked to use this facility with consideration for others.

The Surgery has a no smoking policy and there are no dogs, food or drink allowed in the waiting room or the building.

We are a training Practice who support trainee GP's, FY2 Doctors, trainee Advanced Nurse Practitioners and clinical and non clinical Apprentices.

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