Information on Coronavirus
Patients must wear a mask at all times when in the building.
For further details regarding Coronavirus advice please go to www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Boyds Dental Practice
PATTINSON HA MISS
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Boots-Leeds – White Rose Centre
Leeds Care Services Directory 2020 links to services supporting independent living Carers Leeds, Grants to help Carers take a break, Leeds City Council
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When to see a doctor
When unsure about the need to see a doctor or other professional, people can sometimes call their primary care doctor for guidance. Some doctors can be contacted by e-mail for nonemergency questions. Others prefer to be contacted by telephone. Doctors cannot give set guidelines for when to see a doctor and when it is unnecessary because symptoms with the same cause vary too much and symptoms with different causes overlap too much. However, some problems clearly require a call to a health care professional.