Ashfield Medical Centre and the Grange Medical Centre
OUR PRACTICE VISION
Supporting you to enjoy a healthier life
We will achieve our vision through:
- quality care centred around you, the patient
- being caring and supportive
- our dedicated team of professionals
- our commitment to teaching and training
- being forward thinking, embracing new evidence, guidance, best practice and innovations
About our practice
New NHS patients
Patients not registered with us needing access to specialised services we offer
Foreign visitors not covered by the NHS on a private basis
We are open Monday to Friday and patients can be seen at either of our sites. For flexibility we offer early morning surgeries from 7am on Tuesday at Ashfield Medical Centre and Thursday at the Grange Medical Centre
Both surgeries have car parking and facilities for the disabled and those with young children. There are also excellent public transport links and the Grange is located next to Seacroft bus station adjacent to Tesco
We pride ourselves on our level of care and treatment 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 and the Grange is located next to Seacroft central 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.
We are very pleased that we are a training practice for GP registrars (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 increases the number of appointments for patients and provides and enhanced learning environment in the practice.
Leeds Care Record
In Leeds a virtual system has been developed called the Leeds Care Record. This holds key health and social care information about people living in Leeds. The system is designed to help share appropriate medical records with local hospitals and community services. For information please see the pages in clinics and services or access the Leeds Care Record website at www.leedscarerecord.org