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Measles outbreak

Measles is highly contagious. Please see NHS Choices for advice if you are concerned that you or your child may have measles.

Clinical pharmacist

We now have a clinical pharmacist working at the practice.  As a specialist in medicine, you can see her if you have medication related problems to discuss rather than seeing a GP.  As at reception.  

Read our latest patient newsletter

June 2017 - patient newsletter

Pharmacists

We have clinical pharmacists working as part of our team who can review your medication and deal with queries.  They have specialist knowledge of medicine and so you may be asked to book an appointment with one of our pharmacists from time to time to discuss your medication. 

Employing pharmacists means that the doctors can focus their skills where they are most needed and should improve access to doctors appointments. 

Community Midwives

We have three midwives working at the Practice providing antenatal and postnatal care at both surgeries:

  • Tracey Campey
  • Stacey Dalby
  • Deborah Kavanagh

Community Nurses

The primary role of the district nurse is to provide continuity of nursing care in the community. They can be contacted during normal hours on 295 2654.

Health Visitors

Health Visitors provide preventative child health care services to children from birth to five years old. Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust provides health visiting services at Seacroft Clinic (behind the Grange Medical Centre). The health visiting team can be contacted during normal working hours on 0113 295 1060.

Counsellors

A number of health services  offer appointments at the Practice:

Health Trainers

Social Prescribing - Connect for Health

Women's Counselling Services

 
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