Please be patient, our services are still under extreme pressure and it will be necessary for us to prioritise our response. Please consider visiting your local pharmacy for minor ailments, or call 111 to access a Minor Injuries Unit.
Clinton Road and Manor Surgery merged in July 2021 to form Leatside Health Centre. Prior to this, Manor Surgery had been established for over 100 years. Formerly sited in Green Lane, moving in 1984 to Manor Surgery which was purpose-built to meet the needs of modern General Practice.
If you need to contact the surgery to request an appointment, or have a general enquiry, please use the START HERE button above.
If you phone the surgery one of our team will complete the online request for you. Save yourself time from waiting in a telephone queue, and please keep our phones free for those patients who do not have online access.
PLEASE NOTE – this service is only available Mondays 8:00am – 3:00pm, and Tuesdays – Fridays 8:00am – 5:00pm. Outside of these hours, if you require urgent medical attention that cannot wait until the following day, please telephone the surgery. Mondays are extremely busy and if you can wait to contact us until later in the week, this would be much appreciated.
We are currently working to prioritise urgent cases to alleviate the strain on Emergency Services and Secondary Care, meaning the current waiting list for a routine GP appointment is approximately 4 weeks. Therefore it is important to consider the following before contacting the surgery:
Are your symptoms something you could manage through self-care?
Could this be treated through a community pharmacy?
Do you need to visit minor injuries to get adequate treatment?
General Practice Data for Planning and Research (GPDPR)
NHS Digital is introducing changes to the way it collects and uses information from your GP medical record. Click here to learn more about the General Practice Data for Planning and Research (GPDPR) project and for instructions on how to opt-out. Choose if data from your health records is shared for research and planning (National opt-out).
Summary Care Records
Every NHS patient has a Summary Care Record (SCR) which contains your contact details and information about your medicines and allergies. With your permission, it can be accessed by NHS staff in A&E departments, GP surgeries, hospital wards and other NHS organisations to improve the quality and safety of your care.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic, NHS Digital is also sharing Additional Information in your SCR, which includes:
· significant medical history (past and present)
· reason for medication
· anticipatory care information (such as information about the management of long term conditions)
· end of life care information
· immunisations More information about the Summary Care Record is available on the NHS Digital website
From April 2022 the practice will begin a Month of Birth Recall System, and will be contacting patients for their annual Long-term Condition monitoring during their month of birth. Please note that you may therefore be contacted a second time this year to ensure that your annual reviews will take place during your month of birth moving forward.
Pharmacists are experts in medicines who can help you and your family with minor health concerns. As qualified healthcare professionals, they can offer clinical advice and over-the-counter medicines for a range of minor illnesses, such as coughs, colds, sore throats, tummy trouble and aches and pains.