alwoodley medical centre

Coronavirus (COVID-19) changes to accessing our practice



Please do not book a GP  appointment or  attend your GP practice  if you have symptoms associated with coronavirus including a new continuous cough or a high temperature. You, and anyone living in the same house, are advised to stay at home for 14 days.

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Keep up to date with the latest news, events and announcements from your local Practice.


Proposed closure of Adel Surgery

IMG 0235We are asking for the views of our patients for our proposals to close our branch surgery at Long Causeway, Adel (Adel Surgery). This survey runs from Monday 24 February 2020 until midnight on Sunday 5 April 2020.

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e-Reception - A new way of contacting us

Instead of telephoning Reception a lot of your queries can be answered via our e-Reception service allowing you to contact us from your computer, tablet or smartphone. Please read the notes below and click on the link above to access, please do not use for URGENT queries and repeat prescription requests

You will be asked for your contact information as we will use it to reply to you, to identify you and to verify that you are our patient. You will then need to complete a short form relating to your query.

We can only reply to your enquiries between 8am and 5pm Monday - Friday (Outside these hours we will respond the next working day)

If your matter is urgent please call 111 outside office hours or 999 if you require immediate medical attention any time of day.

e-Reception is used in conjunction with our online service

PRESCRIPTIONS CANNOT BE ORDERED VIA E-RECEPTION you will still need to use your online access.

If you haven't already applied for online access you can do so by attending the surgery to complete an application form and providing 2 forms of identification (one photo and one with proof of address). Online medication ordering goes direct to the doctor.

Alternatively you can email your prescription request to us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Measles is Circulating

  • Cases of measles are being seen in Leeds. Increased travel and public gatherings could lead to even more cases. Check you and your family have had 2 MMRs in the past and contact your GP for vaccination if you’re not up to date #ValueofVaccines MMR vaccine
  • People in Leeds are being encouraged to check they and their children have had two doses of Measles, Mumps and Rubella MMR vaccine before summer travel #ValueofVaccines MMR vaccine
  • Unimmunised children and young adults in #Leeds are at risk of measles, particularly if travelling to parts of Europe where there are large ongoing outbreaks of the disease, or to measles endemic countries. Check that you and your family have had two doses of MMR and contact your GP for vaccination if you’re not up to date #ValueofVaccines MMR vaccine