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WELCOME TO THE LEEDS ROAD PRACTICE WEBSITE

 

Practice Closures

The practice will be closed on Monday 5th and 26th May for the Bank Holiday.

We will also be closed on Wednesday 14th May from 1230hrs until 1700hrs for staff training

 

Please remember that we unfortunately cannot accept repeat prescription requests over the phone. Please discuss this with your local pharmacy or the dispensary to find alternative solution.

 

NEW PAPERLESS PRESCRIPTION SERVICE
ELECTRONIC PRESCRIBING

If you receive regular repeat prescriptions and collect your medication from the same pharmacy most of the time you may wish to consider this new service which will start on the 5th March 2014. You should continue to order your repeat prescriptions in the usual way but the surgery will send the prescription electronically to the pharmacy you have nominated so there is no need for a paper prescription. 

You can then go straight to the pharmacy to collect your medication saving you a journey to the surgery. The pharmacist will print a copy of your medication and any messages or reminders from your doctor about medication reviews so it is important that you check this and book an appointment if asked to before your next prescription is due.

CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION LEAFLET 
http://systems.hscic.gov.uk/eps/library/summary.pdf



(Site updated 22/04/2014)
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Text Message and Email Reminders

 

The practice is aiming to improve the way it communicates with patients by opening up the opportunity for SMS Text and Email reminders.

You can now register to receive information by text message on your mobile phone or by email regarding appointments, results, health promotions and health care.

If you wish to register for this service, then please complete the consent form available by clicking on "Text message Reminders" to the right of this message. Alternatively speak to a receptionist next time you visit.  

 
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