Please Note, We will be closed on a Tuesday from 12pm on the following dates, for mandatory staff training: 7th September 21, 12th October 21, 9th November 21, 11th Jan 2022, 1st Feb 2022 & 8th March 2022.

If you require help or advice when we are closed, please still ring the surgery number (0115 9861128) and you will be transferred to our Out of hours provider who will help you get the correct treatment or advice. alternatively you can also dial 111 or attend the Urgent Care Centre, located on London Road.

REMEMBER A&E is not for minor ailments but for EMERGENCIES ONLY.

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IGPM-Practice Managers standing against abuse towards practice staff.

Zero Tolerance

Please click here and watch this short You Tube clip, to understand the pressure our Practice Staff are under everyday and help stop the abuse.

As a GP practice we have been open throughout the Covid Pandemic, to be here for patients should they need us, like everybody else we have also had to adjust to the pandemic, however we have always remained open.

We have continuously provided GP, ANP(Advanced Nurse Practitioner),Practice Nurse and HCA (Health Care Assistant's)appointments.

To protect Patients and Staff we maintained social distancing in a small waiting area, by the GP's triaging patients and then if required the GP's booking the face to face appointments. 

We can understand it has been a difficult time for everyone, and we have all had to adjust. Please remember that all our staff have been working tirelessly throughout the pandemic and continue to do so, staff have cancelled their time off, worked extra hours to help support the extremely increased workload and help support the vaccination programme. As a practice we ask that you please take a few minutes to watch the You Tube link above and just see what our staff have to endure on a daily basis.  PLEASE BE KIND AND RESPECT OUR STAFF.

We'd like to thank you for your patience & understanding during this difficult time.

 Face Coverings  

Following on from the governments announcement, face coverings will still be a requirement as of 19th July 2021 when entering any healthcare setting. 

This is ensure that we all protect the safety & wellbeing of each other and also the extremely vulnerable. 

If you would like any further information, please click on the following link Face coverings in healthcare settings  .

Should I still wear a face mask in shops and on public transport? Latest  government guidance explained

Demonstrating you COVID-19 vaccination status when travelling abroad.

People in England who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (a full course is two doses of any approved vaccine) can demonstrate their vaccination status for travel abroad. Vaccine status will be available the following ways: 

For up to date information on Covid-19 vaccine, please read the information on the GOV.UK website 

With patients' needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register, you’ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations.


New Patients Welcome

We are currently accepting registrations for new patients.  Please see a member of our reception staff who will be more than happy to help you complete a registration form.  Please bear in mind that we do require 2 forms of current ID, preferably 1 to be a photo ID and the other ID to confirm your current address.  If you have any questions, please feel free to drop by.

Get Well, Keep Well

Of course we’re not just here for when you are unwell. Our team of healthcare professionals and back-up staff offer a number of clinics and services to promote good health and wellbeing whatever your medical condition.

The Herbert Protocol

Herbert Protocol Information Leaflet     The Herbert Protocol Registration Form

The Herbert Protocol was first introduced by West Yorkshire Police and is now a national scheme which encourages carers to compile useful information which could be used in the event of a venerable person going missing.  The idea is to complete a form, recording all vital details and information such as if there is any medication required, mobile numbers, places previously located and a photograph. There is nothing more frightening than when a loved one, friend or neighbour fails to return when they should. For people living with dementia, this could be quite common and The Herbert Protocol could provide you with some peace of mind. Please see the above leaflet for further information and the form to register.

Join In

We hope you enjoy having a look around the site and familiarising yourself with some of the online features such as ordering a repeat prescription. Whatever your thoughts, be sure to let us know via our feedback function. Comments and suggestions are always a great way of helping us continue to enhance the way we look after you.

Log in to online services to book appointments or order repeat prescriptions


We also have an active PPG (Patient Participation Group), which is always looking for new members.  If you are a patient of ours and feel that you would like to have a positive input into your surgery, then please see a member of reception who will be more than happy to take your details and pass over to the Practice Manager.


The Practice has disabled access and facilities for all patients and will always offer assistance where necessary.

Privacy Policy

Privacy policy including Type 1 Opt out details

The medical records of NHS England’s 61 million users are set to be gathered in a new centralised database as part of a new scheme called the General Practice Data for Planning and Research (GPDPR).  NHS Digital all the data will be used to: inform and develop health and social care policy, plan and commission health and care services, take steps to protect public health such as managing the Covid-19 pandemic, enable research, and provide individual care in exceptional cases.

The database will not include names or addresses, or any other data that could directly identify a patient like their NHS number, date of birth, or postcode. NHS Digital will allow the information to remain confidential when it’s accessed by third parties within the healthcare industry.  The data will only be accessible to organisations with a legitimate need for it who match up to stringent criteria, and that the database will never be used for insurance or marketing purposes, promoting or selling products or services, market research or advertising.

The information set to be included in the database includes data about: sex, ethnicity, sexual orientation, diagnoses, symptoms, observations, test results, medications, allergies, immunisations, referrals, recalls and appointments, including information about physical, mental and sexual health.

NHS England Health Information Updates

For any NHS Health Information updates, please click here Corona Virus Updated Information

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