Non-urgent advice: Appointments
How to arrange an appointment with a GP or an Advanced Nurse Practitioner
– Same day appointments are available to book by phone Monday – Friday at 8am for morning appointments and at 1pm for afternoon appointments.
– Some appointments are released online at 7pm the evening before. Please speak to reception to obtain your log in details or down the NHS app. Click Here to learn more about our online services.
– Pre-bookable appointments for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday sessions are released 7 days in advance for booking over the telephone. There are released at 8am 7 days prior.
– For non-urgent medical or admin advice, you can complete an E-Consultation online without the need to phone the surgery. Please Click Here to complete an E-Consultation.
*All appointments are booked as telephone consultations in the first instance and face to face appointments are then arranged if the clinician feels it is necessary.
Our practice works with other local GP practices to provide weekend appointments at The Gables Surgery.
Saturday 08:00 – 13:00 & Sunday 08:00 – 12:00
These are available to book by contacting us on our normal practice number (0113 2394416) from 8am on Friday.
The Gables Surgery, Swinnow Green, Leeds, LS28 9AW.
Non-urgent advice: Nurse and Health Care Assistant Appointments
How to arrange an appointment with a Nurse or Health Care Assistant
Our team of Nurses and Health Care Assistants are available 5 days a week for appointments. Appointments can be made by calling the practice on our usual number (0113 2394416).
Nurse appointments can be arranged for the following:
-Immunisations – Child, adult and travel
-Other Chronic Disease reviews
-Dressings and Wound Care
Health Care Assistants appointments can be arranged for the following:
-Routine Health Checks
-Blood Pressure Checks
-Dressings and Wound Care
We ask that patients avoid calling the practice to arrange these appointments between 8am – 9:30 and 12:30 – 14:00. These are our busiest times and you may have a longer wait if calling at these times.
Non-urgent advice: IUCD (Coil) & Implant Service
IUCD/Implant Service information
Chloe, our ANP has a special interest in women’s health and runs a contraceptive coil (IUCD) and implant service on Monday afternoons at Manor Park Surgery. These methods provide long-acting contraception between 3 (implant) and 5-10 years (IUCD). The insertion and removal procedures are straight-forward, and side-effects are usually minimal. For further information on each method please Click Here.
Non-urgent advice: West Leeds Primary Care Network
West Leeds Primary Care Network
A primary care network is a group of GP practices working together to provide additional health services to the local population.
All of these services can be accessed by ringing the surgery (0113 257 6787). The appointments will either be a telephone consultation or face to face depending on the clinic you are booking into.
Additional services we can offer our patients:
Weekend GP Appointments
Please see above “Appointments section for further information”.
Contraception Clinic (Coil & Implant)
Initially held as a telephone consultation with a GP, you will then be booked into an appointment to have your coil or implant fitted in a dedicated clinic.
Weekend Smear Clinics
Appointments available to book on a Saturday morning for those women due or overdue their smear test.
A dedicated team who work with the practice to complete:
– Medication Reviews
– Medication Queries
– Medication dose review and changes
Primary Care Support Workers
Primary Care support workers provide appointments such as:
– Blood Tests
– Blood Pressure
– NHS Health Checks
– Suture removal
First contact physiotherapy means you can see a physio without the need to see a GP first.
They can help patients with musculoskeletal issues such as back, neck and joint pain by:
– Assessing and diagnosing issues
– Giving expert advice on how best to manage your conditions
– Referring you onto specialist services if necessary
Community Wellbeing Advice Team
Available on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays this team can help patients with the following:
– Money Matters
– Housing Issues
– Accessing Social Groups in the local community
– Finding new hobbies and interests
– Linking in with employment / volunteering support
– Linking in with family support services
– Support to access mental wellbeing support
– Referring people to smoking cessation / healthy eating / physical activity support
– Linking patients in with support for sleep management
– Helping carers to access support
– Linking with support for sexual abuse / domestic abuse / childhood abuse
– Signposting patients to access support around drug / alcohol abuse
Our occupational therapists aim to improve a person’s ability to complete everyday tasks.
They can help with a broad range of issues including:
– Memory Problems / Management of memory difficulties
– Fatigue and pain management
-Stress / anxiety advise on reasonable adjustments relating to work
– Mental Health – Mood change is impacting on daily life
– COVID related anxiety management
Linking Leeds’s aim is to connect people to services and activities in their community in order to benefit overall health and wellbeing. They believe that everyone can live a fulfilled life, however, sometimes people need help to achieve this. Feeling linked to your community has lot of health and wellbeing benefits that support resilience, independence and good physical and mental health.
Click Here to visit their website.
Non-urgent advice: Physio First
How to arrange an appointment with a Physiotherapist without seeing a GP first
You can use this service for:
– Soft tissue injuries such as sprains, strains and sports injuries.
– Arthritis – Any Joint
– Problems with muscles, ligaments, tendons or bone, lower back pain, mid-back pain and neck pain.
– Spine related pain affecting arms or legs, including nerve symptoms such as pins and needles and numbness.
Contact us on our practice telephone number (0113 2394416). We ask that patients avoid calling the practice to arrange these appointments between 8am – 9:30am and 12:30 – 14:00. These are our busiest times and you may have a longer wait at these times.
Non-urgent advice: Help us help you
If you are not able to attend your appointment, please let us know in time so that the time can be used for someone else. If you are more than 15 minutes late for an appointment you may be asked to re-book.