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Latest News

  • We will be closed for staff training from 1pm on the following Thursdays: 28th February, 20th June, 19th September, 21st November.

  • A new Patient Access website has been launched.  It has its own support centre with helpful videos and frequently asked questions and you can report any problems yourself to a special help team who will liaise direct with you.    

  • The online consultation option has been replaced with the "Consult our Doctors from home" on the homepage.

  • 03/04/19 - Our new F2 Dr Zara Zeb started today - she is here for 4 months.

  • 07/02/2019 - A second Registrar Dr Lucy-Jane Davis started today.

  • Sepsis - Find out the signs, symptoms and treatments here.

  • CQC Result: Leatside Surgery has been rated "Outstanding" following our recent inspection by the Care Quality Commission. The full report can be found here

  • Leatside Surgery Pod. To give you more quality face-to-face time with your doctor we have invested in innovative technology called the Surgery Pod. This newly installed equipment is designed to give you greater control and flexibility over your health as well as allowing our nurses and doctors to utilise their expertise more efficiently. More information can be found here.

  • Click here to find the latest news from our Patient Participation Group

  • Men ACWY vaccine news - all 17 and 18 year olds in school year 13 and first time university students up to the age of 25 are eligible for the Men ACWY vaccine as part of the NHS Vaccination Programme.  Read more here.

  • The Friends and Family Survey is now live here.  Please complete this to let us know your thoughts on the service provided at Leatside.

  • Measles - Advice for parents and carers following the recent case in Devon - please see this booklet for information and advice. 


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