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    Information on the Coronavirus

    New guidance for booster vaccinations In response to concerns about the new Omicron variant, the JCVI has recommended that booster vaccinations should be offered to all adults and that the gap between the second dose and booster is reduced to a minimum of 3 months.
    People who are severely immunosuppressed and have had their 3rd dose will also be offered a booster, a minimum of 3 months after their third dose.
    These recommendations will come into effect from 13 December. As before, people will be prioritised according to age and risk, and the NHS will contact you when it is your turn for your booster.
    Unfortunately we are not able to offer boosters to people under 40 due to the need to maintain other vital primary care services.
    However, there are a number of local vaccination services available which you will be able to choose from using the NHS National Booking Service.
    If you are aged 40 or over or in an at risk group and had your second dose 6 months ago, you can book your booster now at
    www.nhs.uk/covidvaccine or by calling 119.
    Otherwise, please wait to be contacted

    Accessibility Statement

How Do I?

Book An Appointment

Due to Coronavirus all appointments with the Doctor or Advanced Nurse Practitioner will be telephone appointments initially. If the Doctor or Advance Nurse Practitioner needs to see the patient they will make the face to face appointment themselves.

Although a patient has the right to express a preference for which doctor or nurse they would like to see, we cannot guarantee that your telephone appointment will be with the practitioner of your choice, or that we will have appointments available with your preferred doctor at any given time. Telephone appointments can be booked up to two weeks in advance.

Most routine nurse appointments and annual reviews will be face to face appointments.

Request a Home Visit?

If you need a home visit please telephone before 10:30am if possible. This helps the doctors to plan their visits and avoid delays to the patient. Visits should only be requested from the housebound and those too ill to attend the surgery. The service is not to be used simply as a convenience.

Seek Out of Hours Cover?

If you need a doctor in an emergency, telephone NHS111. You may be asked to attend the out-of-hours centre, at the discretion of the doctor on call. The Out of Hours service is from 6.30pm to 8.30am and will be provided by NHS111, commissioned by NHS Leeds.

Request a Prescription

Repeat prescriptions may only be given by prior arrangement with the doctor. Please allow 48 hours (i.e. 2 full working days) for the prescription to be prepared. A post-box for repeat prescription requests is available at reception. Collections are available Monday to Friday 9:30am – 6:00pm. Requests for repeat prescriptions are not taken over the telephone, but can be faxed or sent by secure e-mail using SystmOne Online.

Fax: (0113) 272 0030

Compliment / Complaints

If you have a compliment or complaint /concern about the service you have received from the doctors or any of the personnel working in this practice, please let us know.

We welcome feedback from good experiences as well as bad, although we realise that people generally only make comments about bad experiences. We operate a practice complaints procedure as part of an NHS complaints system, which meets national criteria. Please Click Here to download the compliment / complaints form.

Dissent From Secondary Care

If you would like to opt out of the new care data service, please can you print off and complete this Opt out letter and hand it in to reception.

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