Ashfield Medical Centre and The Grange Medical Centre
New NHS Patients Welcome
We are aware of the difficulties some patients are experiencing with our phone lines especially around people being cut off while on hold. We realise this is very frustrating and unfair. We have our telephone service providers tryingto identify the fault and are also undertaking a full review of our telephone services provision to enable it to better meet the needs of our patients, and staff. Thankyou for your patience as we complete this.
Since April the 8th 2013 our opening hours have changed to offer extra early morning appointments as our research has shown these appointments were more useful to working people and our patient survey backed this up. We have increased the number of appointments offered on our busiest days (Monday and Tuesday).
We are very pleased to announce we are now a training practice for GP trainees (fully qualified doctors who are undergoing further training to become independent GPs). Dr Walling is the GP trainer and oversees their training and time at the practice. Their presence means an increase in appointments for our patients and an enhanced learning environment in the practice. We get a new trainee approximately every six months.
We are taking part in the early role out of the Leeds Care Record this is an innovative local system deisgned to help share appropriate medical records with local hospitals and community services. For more information please see the page in clinics and services.
An established practice since the 1930’s covering areas of Leeds LS14 and LS15. We have a friendly professional team led by our four GP Partners (two male, two female) and provide a wide range of general practice services. These include contraception and sexual health (including contraceptive implants), joint injections including carpal tunnel injections, routine immunisations, travel advice and immunisations, baby clinic, wart clinic, cervical smears, cardiovascular risk health screening, private, work and insurance medical examinations and reports, extended hours.
We welcome new patients and are able to provide specialised services for patients not registered with us. We are able to take foreign visitors not covered by the NHS on a private basis. The surgeries are open five days a week and patients can be seen at either site. For flexibility we offer early morning surgeries from 7am on a Tuesday at Ashfield Medical Centre and Thursday at the Grange Medical Centre.
We pride ourselves on our level of patient care and service and over recent years we have been one of the highest achieving practices in the area for chronic disease management– asthma, copd, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, high blood pressure and many more.
Both surgeries have car parking and facilities for the disabled and parents with young children. Both surgeries have very good bus links with The Grange being located next to Seacroft centre bus station adjacent to Tesco. The practice provides the full range of general medical services and has a special interest in a variety of medicine and health management spheres.
(Site updated 13/03/2014)