Extended Access Services (Extended Opening Hours)
In order to run evening and weekend GP clinics, the practices in South and East Leeds have joined together to open ‘Hubs’ that make the best use of the limited resources available for these kinds of services. By running clinics from fewer locations we are able to offer more appointments than if each practice opened in the evenings and on weekends.
Hub appointments are available at Seacroft Hospital, Outpatients Department, LS14 6UH
Monday to Friday 6.30pm to 8pm
Saturday 8am to 2pm
Sunday 8am to Midday
To pre book an appointment at the Hub please contact us on 0113 2645455 (Manston) / 0113 2645414 (Scholes)
To access a routine GP appointment during the out of hours period, Monday to Friday 6.30pm to 8pm, Saturdays 8am to 2pm and Sundays 8am to midday, please call 0113 2062049. DO NOT CALL THIS NUMBER OUTSIDE OF THESE HOURS AS YOU WILL BE UNABLE TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT.
Please note the Practice will be closed for mandatory staff training on the afternoons listed below
|Tuesday 10th March 2020|
|Tuesday 21st April 2020|
|Tuesday 19th May 2020|
|Thursday 18th June 2020|
|Tuesday 7th July 2020|
|Tuesday 15th September 2020|
|Tuesday 13th October 2020|
|Tuesday 17th November 2020|
Worried someone close to you is losing their memory?
Many people suffer from memory loss as they get older. But if it starts to happen on a regular basis, it could be the early signs of dementia.
What should I look for?
Dementia is not a single illness but a group of symptoms caused by damage to the brain. The symptoms include:
- memory loss, such as remembering past events much more easily than recent ones
- problems thinking or reasoning, or finding it hard to follow conversations or TV programmes
- feeling anxious, depressed or angry about memory loss, or feeling confused, even when in a familiar environment
What should I do?
If you’re worried about someone who is showing the signs above, encourage them to visit their GP to get a proper diagnosis. Use the link at the top of the page to find your GP.
The Alzheimer’s Society provides tips on how to raise the topic of dementia with a loved one.