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We provide the following services:

  1. Antenatal and postnatal care
  2. Contraception/coil fitting
  3. Cervical smears
  4. Children’s immunisations and health assessments
  5. Medical travel services - we are a registered Yellow Fever Centre
  6. Cryotherapy (Warts)
  7. Minor surgery
  8. Private medicals - employment, HGV

Our aim as a practice is to provide excellence in healthcare to all our patients with a personalised service involving respect, confidentiality and compassion.


Antenatal Clinics

These are run by Sarah Powell, our Midwife. Patients are seen by the Midwife at the surgery by appointment only.

Baby Clinics

These are run by our Practice Nurses for childhood immunisations.

At Lofthouse Surgery the clinic is held weekly on a Wednesday afternoon from 12.45- 4.00 pm

At The Manse Surgery, Rothwell, we do not have dedicated clinics. Simply ring reception and make a convenient appointment with the Practice Nurse.

Cryotherapy (Wart Clinics)

These are performed in normal surgery clinics. Please ask our reception team to make you a routine appointment in one of our clinics.

Minor Surgery

Minor surgical procedures are carried out by appointment and the Doctors will be happy to advise you on this.

Travel Immunisation and Vaccination

Our Practice Nurses give advice on travel vaccines and travel health and in order to assist them we ask that you complete our 'Travel Questionnaire' as soon as your holiday is booked. The Practice Nurse will then carry out a risk assessment for the areas to be visited. You will be asked to ring the surgery 3-4 days after completing the questionnaire and advised when to commence any necessary treatment.

In this age of global travel when more and more people have the opportunity to visit far off shores, it is very important to protect yourself against diseases liable to be contracted abroad. As a preventative measure, we can offer our patients all the relevant vaccines. Our practice nurses are very experienced in the field of travel vaccinations and anti-malaria medication. However, for anti-mararials a private prescription will be issued as these are not available on the NHS.

For more information, call 01924 822273.

Flu Vaccination

An annual flu vaccination is particularly recommended for patients with heart, lung or kidney disease, diabetes and residents of nursing homes.

Please contact the reception staff from August onwards for details of the vaccination and to make an appointment.

If you are housebound a home visit can be arranged; please ring reception and they will be happy to help.

Non-NHS Examinations

The Doctors are happy to carry out medicals, eg insurance and driving licence, by appointment. Please telephone the surgery to book an appointment, and ask reception for the charges for these services.


If you look after a relative, friend or child who, because of illness, disability or the effects of old age, is unable to manage without your help, you are a Carer. This surgery is in close contact with Carers Leeds. By completing a yellow card obtained at reception, your status as a Carer will be added to your clinical details and upon request we can refer you to Carers Leeds services.

Health Checks

If you are aged 16 - 75 you may be entitled to a free health check every three years. Patients aged 75+ are entitled to a health check every year. Please make an appropriate appointment with our Health Care Assistant.

You’re NHS Health Check in Leeds

What is an NHS Health Check?

Even though you might be feeling fine, Leeds is offering a free NHS Health Check which is for everyone between the ages of 40 and 74, who has not already been diagnosed with Cardiovascular Disease. You will be invited (once every five years) to have a check to assess your risk of heart disease, stroke, kidney disease and diabetes and will be given support and advice to help reduce or manage that risk.

Your NHS Health Check can help you to stay well and is free of charge.

What happens at the NHS Health Check

Your NHS Health Check will take less than half an hour and involves some simple questions about your lifestyle and family medical history and measurements will be taken such as age, height, weight, blood pressure. You will also have a blood test to measure your cholesterol level and your results will be given to you.

If you're over 65, you will also be informed about the signs and symptoms of dementia, After your results have been explained, you’ll be offered personalised advice and support to help stay healthy

By having a routine NHS Health Check every five years, you can take action early and greatly improve your chance of a longer, healthier and happier life. You may be surprised how some small, long-lasting changes to your lifestyle can make a huge difference.

How to get an NHS Health Check in Leeds

In Leeds, having an NHS Health Check is both quick and straightforward. You'll be invited via your GP for an NHS Health Check every five years if you are between 40 and 74 years old, as long as you don't have an existing vascular condition so please look out for your letter.

However, you can always ask your GP about receiving a Health Check too so please contact your practice for more information.
Even if you don't qualify yet for an NHS Health Check, there are plenty of other ways to help support you to improve your health… for more information please visit or visit

For additional information:

See the NHS UK website for more information on NHS Health Checks.

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