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The Group

Windsor House

43263403windsor.jpgWindsor House is situated near the centre of Morley. It stands opposite the Fire Station and the Police Station on the corner of Corporation Street and Albion Street, adjacent to Morrison's car park.  It was purpose-built in 1988 and offers a high standard of medical primary care facilities. The surgery covers two floors. As well as reception and a large waiting area, the ground floor incorporates doctors consulting rooms, toilets with disabled facilities (access via main entrance) and a baby change room. The first floor has two fully equipped treatment rooms for use by our practice nurses together with accommodation for administration and a Staff rest room. 

Wherever possible all clinical personnel attend at each surgery location on a regular basis so that all patients have an opportunity to see the doctor or nurse of their choice. The receptionists will be able to confirm when a clinician is scheduled to be at a particular surgery.  As a group practice our Staff work at the three different surgeries from time to time, but for continuity they each have a base.  Windsor House Surgery is managed by Ms Elizabeth Field, assisted by Mrs Lynn Smith, Senior receptionist, and receptionists Mrs Luisa Cavallaro, Mrs Susan Ward, Mrs Deborah Foster, Mrs Valerie Chadwick, and Mrs Deirdre Taylor. 

Our two Secretaries, Miss Jenny Field and Mrs Amanda Preston, work from Windsor House Surgery and handle all correspondence for our doctors.  Together they run the department processing all hospital referrals, as well as the completion of reports requested by insurance companies and outside agencies with regard to mortgage applications, life assurance and pensions, disabled parking badges and other social services enquiries.  They also have responsibility for the organisation of outreach clinics provided at Adwalton House Surgery and make arrangements for medical examinations needed for pre-employment, physical sports and heavy goods vehicle licences. All non-NHS forms and letters are chargeable as detailed on the price list available at each reception. 

Mrs Debbie Dobson handles all repeat prescriptions. She is happy to liaise between clinicians and patients where there is a problem or a query in relation to repeat medications.  Mrs Tracy Smith has specific responsibilities for patient registrations and general administration along with audit to deliver Department of Health requirements.

Please note that all telephone calls are recorded for training and security purposes. 

Attached Personnel  To complete the team working from Windsor House Surgery we have the services of District nurses, Health Visitors, Community Midwives and Counsellors who will provide you with a comprehensive service. 

Clinics  Baby 6 week checks and vaccinations are available on a Wednesday morning at Windsor House Surgery. 

Baby Clinic is now available at local community based facilities where you can attend and see a Health Visitor and have your baby weighed. This is available at: Morley Health Centre - Wednesday's between 2pm - 4.30pm  Gildersome Health Centre - Thursday's 9.30am - 11am  Baby self weigh only, is at Morley Health Centre the first Friday in the month between 1pm - 2pm. 

Diabetic Clinic is currently held on a Tuesday evening and one other morning session.  COPD Clinic is held on a Wednesday afternoon.

Shenstone House

43263390shenstone.jpgShenstone House is situated on Elland Road in Churwell adjacent to the Co-op Pharmacy.  It was converted in 1991 from an existing detached house with the addition of a single storey extension. It offers four consulting rooms, spacious treatment/minor surgery room, a large comfortable waiting room, toilets with disabled facilities and administrative offices, all of which are furnished to the same high specification as the main surgery in Morley and in keeping with our corporate policy on standards of patient care.  Appointments can be made by calling in at the Surgery or by telephone. Please note that all telephone calls are recorded for training and security purposes.

Wherever possible all clinical personnel attend at each surgery location on a regular basis so that all patients have an opportunity to see the doctor or nurse of their choice. The receptionists will be able to confirm when a clinician is scheduled to be at a particular surgery.  As a group practice our Staff work at the three different surgeries from time to time, but for continuity they each have a base.  The Surgery is managed by Ms Elizabeth Field, assisted by receptionists, Mrs Diane Furness and Mrs Ann Kinsey, who deal with general enquiries, patient requests for appointments at all three surgeries, repeat prescription.

The well-equipped treatment room with fully qualified Nursing Staff in attendance provides a wide range of health promotion clinics and family planning etc.

Please telephone any of the surgeries to arrange appointments.

Ante-natal clinic is held on Friday from 9am - 3pm.

To complete the team working from Shenstone House Surgery we have the services of District nurses, Health Visitors, Community Midwives and Counsellors who will provide you with a comprehensive service.

Adwalton House

43263371adwalton.jpgAdwalton House is situated on Wakefield Road in the village of Drighlington, which lies between Leeds and Bradford.  The Surgery was built in 2004 and offers superior primary care consulting suites for all areas of the NHS and alternative medicine therapies. A particular feature of the building is the provision of a dedicated medical library and two large training rooms equipped with state-of-the-art electronic audio-visual aids.

The practice was honoured to welcome HRH The Duke of York to perform the opening ceremony for Adwalton House Surgery in July 2004.

Wherever possible all clinical personnel attend at each surgery location on a regular basis so that all patients have an opportunity to see the doctor or nurse of their choice. The receptionists will be able to confirm when a clinician is scheduled to be at a particular surgery.  Appointments can be made by calling in at the Surgery or by telephone. Please note that all telephone calls are recorded for training and security purposes. 

As a group practice our Staff work at the three different surgeries from time to time, but for continuity they each have a base.  The Surgery is managed by Ms Elizabeth Field assisted by receptionists Mrs Liz Pearce, Mrs Deborah Barker and Mrs Michelle Collins.

Mrs Jackie Morrow is our Finance manager dealing with all operational accounting matters ensuring prudent management of the practice's finances. She is based at Adwalton House Surgery where she works closely with Mrs Wright.

To complete the team working from Adwalton House Surgery we have the services of District nurses, Community Midwives and Counsellors who will provide you with a comprehensive service.

A children's asthma clinic is usually held on Wednesdays. Nurse Wendy Hargreaves is normally happy to accommodate all asthma patients in her general clinics. Please inform the receptionist that the appointment is regarding asthma so that sufficient time can be allocated.

Orthopaedic referrals are seen by Mr Richard Grogan in his orthopaedic clinic at this Surgery.

Additional Facilities: As well as the first floor, which has rooms which are suitable for seminars, conferences and meetings, there are three further suites available for private hire on the top floor of the building.  For further information regarding any of these facilities, please contact Mrs J Wright or Mrs J Peel at Windsor House Surgery on 0113 252 5223.



 
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