Updated: 24/09/2020

Flu jabs will be by appointment only this year.We are prioritising high risk groups, shielding patients and care homes. 

We will contact you and invite you to book an appointment if you are eligible.

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Seasonal Influenza Update:

Updated: 24/09/2020

Flu jabs will be by appointment only this year.We are prioritising high risk groups, shielding patients and care homes. 

We will contact you and invite you to book an appointment if you are eligible.

Please note that people in the 50-64-year old age group will not be vaccinated until November and December, providing there is sufficient vaccine, and no appointments will be offered for this age group until then. This is to ensure that those who are most at risk are vaccinated first.  If you are 50-64 and you are in one of the other groups which is eligible for the flu vaccination, for example you have a health condition which puts you at risk from the flu, you will be invited earlier.


In line with government guidance, our appointment system has changed. Anyone who needs advice or treatment from a GP will be offered an online eConsult or telephone consultation in the first instance. The GP will be able to assess, diagnose, manage, advise, prescribe and refer as normal. Following assessment if the GP feels a face to face review is needed then this will be arranged too.


If you have an appointment pre-booked with the surgery within the next 4 weeks, we will contact you 24 hours before your appointment to confirm if you are well to attend

You will now be asked to wear a face covering if you are coming to our GP practice for an appointment. This will help protect you, other patients in the waiting area, and staff.

Face coverings should not be used by children under the age of 3 or those who may find it difficult to manage them correctly. For example, primary age children unassisted, or those with respiratory conditions.

Face coverings can help stop the spread of coronavirus by preventing you from inadvertently passing on the disease to others if you have it but are not showing symptoms. By wearing a face covering, you’ll be helping us to make sure our GP practices remain safe places for people to receive care.

It’s important to remember that, it’s still so important to wash your hands for at least 20 seconds on a regular basis.

If you are unable to provide your own face covering, we can provide you with one of our face masks. However, please be considerate as these masks are the supply which is used by our staff. 

Information about wearing face coverings and how to make your own is available on the website:

Face Covering

The full practice statement is available here:

Practice Statement - 9th March 2020

Please use the following service if you have to stay at home because of coronavirus and you need a note for your employer.

If you have to stay at home but feel well enough to work, ask your employer if you can work from home. If you can work from home, you will not need an isolation note.

Please note, medication can still be ordered using the usual methods; Online, via the NHS App and Via E-Consult

if at all possible, please do not come to the surgery in person to request medication.

Extended Access Appointments

From the 3rd April 2018 this practice is taking part in the GP extended access service which is provided from three sites in Bradford.

This means you will offered the opportunity to attend an evening appointment (after 6.30pm) or a weekend appointment at one of the three sites to see a healthcare professional or to take part in other activities that will improve your health and wellbeing.

Click HERE to find out more


Welcome to Leylands Medical Centre. Our aim is to provide high quality care for all our patients. As well as excellence in general primary care, we have expertise in a number of specialist clinical areas including musculoskeletal and sports medicine, rheumatology, sexual health, contraception & gynaecology, diabetes, minor surgery, cardiology, and ophthalmology. We provide this full range of services to over 19000 patients from three sites - Leylands Lane in Heaton, Heaton Medical Practice on Haworth Road and Wrose Health Centre in Wrose – you are welcome to use any site.

We are also proud to be a teaching practice helping to train the GP’s and nurses of tomorrow.

A good place to start would be to take a look at our clinics and services. This has detailed information on how to see a GP or a nurse, and also tells you about the various walk in clinics we run where no appointment is needed.

PPG Survey 2020

The Patient Participation Group (PPG) for Leylands Medical Centre (covering Leylands, Wrose and Heaton Surgeries) is asking for your help in carrying out the annual survey of the Practice's services. This survey can be completed  online by following: or alternatively can be completed in surgery.

This information is collected anonymously. For more information please read 

Register for our Online Services

Our online services (SystmOnline) can make it easier to interact with the surgery in a number of ways, all from the comfort of your desktop computer or smartphone. 
Through SystmOnline you can:
Book, view or amend appointments
Request medication
Complete questionnaires (e.g for travel vaccinations)
Send a secure message to the practice for a quick query or question
To make it easier we've even created a video guide to talk you through the whole process

Need a gentle reminder?

Life is busy. Why not register for our SMS text message reminder service. We can remind you of your appointments and let you know when test results are back!

To register, fill in the online form, or download the form here, fill it in and drop it into reception.

Just one thing: PLEASE let us know if your mobile number ever changes 

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Beware of Dr 'Google'

There are a lot of weird and wonderful websites out there when it comes to health. Many of them are plain rubbish so don't trust everything you read! The links below will guide you to trusted websites written by health professionals in the UK. Remember, don't just 'google' it! and if you're really worried about something (preferably health related!), come and speak to us.

You can also check out our information on minor illness, looking after yourself, and long term conditions  



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