Church View Surgery, Leeds, West Yorkshire


Church View Surgery is one of the leading GP practice in Leeds and it is located at Crossgates Medical Centre, Church View Surgery, Station Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS15 8BZ. Patients can contact Church View Surgery at 01132 600021 for appointments. Services offered by Church View Surgery are Learning disability health check and others. It offers Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) which allows you to get your medicines with out the need of paper prescription. Church View Surgery has medical staff of 12 to cater to your healthcare needs. NHS Leeds South And East CCG is responsible for effective clinical commissioning of Church View Surgery.

Contact Information

Crossgates Medical Centre, Church View Surgery, Station Road
Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS15 8BZ
01132 600021

GP Profile

Church View Surgery address, phone number, fax number, website, email etc. details are mentioned as below. Patients can call on the below given phone number for appointments.
NameChurch View Surgery
Organization codeB86016001
AddressCrossgates Medical Centre, Church View Surgery, Station Road
Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS15 8BZ
Phone number01132 600021
Fax number0113 204 4519
Websitehttp://doctors-leeds.com/
Email-
CommissionerNHS Leeds South And East CCG
Electronic Prescription ServiceAvailable

Opening times

Church View Surgery opening timing for reception and surgery are as mentioned below for complete week. Patients can book their appointments accordingly.
Monday08:15-18:00
Tuesday08:15-18:00
Wednesday08:15-18:00
Thursday08:15-18:00
Friday08:15-18:00
Saturday08:30-10:30
Monday08:15-18:00
Tuesday08:15-18:00
Wednesday08:15-18:00
Thursday08:15-18:00
Friday08:15-18:00
Saturday08:30-10:30

Services & Clinics

Church View Surgery have following clinics at their center and they provide below mentioned services to the patients.
Learning disability health check

Facilities

Church View Surgery has following Accessibility and Parking facilities available which can be availed by incoming patients.
Accessibility
Disabled parking Yes
Disabled WC Yes
Step free access Yes
Wheelchair access Yes
Parking
Car Parking Yes
Cycle parking Yes
Disabled parking Yes

Staff

There are 12 medical staff working at Church View Surgery. Following are the staff details who work at Church View Surgery with their name, job tittle and GMC Number.
NameJob titleGMC Number
Dr Lydia Jane Marie TaylorGeneral Practitioner4118930
Dr Nicholas KoslowskyGeneral Practitioner2572967
Dr Andrew Michael HarrisGeneral Practitioner2832724
Dr Sally Elizabeth FranksGeneral Practitioner4516466
Dr Thomas George Richard GibbsGeneral Practitioner6053619
Dr Joanna Angela VilaGeneral Practitioner6052504
Dr Victor Selvaranjan Bab NicholasGeneral Practitioner4445016
Dr Helen McwilliamsGeneral Practitioner6049877
Dr Emma HaighGeneral Practitioner6166858
Dr Sarah HiltonGeneral Practitioner7039560
Dr Sharon LewisGeneral Practitioner7015346
Dr Tanya StemmetGeneral Practitioner6065874

Performance

Some measuring parameters of Church View Surgery are taken and their fetched values are as mentioned below.
MeasureValue
Antibiotic Prescribingitems per standardised prescribing unit (see definition)
Cancer Detection Rate40.8% detected by practice, out of 76 new diagnoses.
Care Quality Commission Inspection RatingsGood
Cervical Cancer Screening79.21% screened, of 3809 eligible women.
Childhood Vaccinations up to Age 2 (score out of 10)score out of 10. Achieved over 90% coverage for 4/4 vaccinations.
Dementia - Face to Face Reviews87.07% reviewed by GP, out of 116 patients diagnosed.
Diabetes - Managing Blood Glucose Level (HbA1c)73.52% within a recommended level, out of 627 patients.
Flu vaccinations - Aged 65 and over group77.5% vaccinated, of 2551 eligible people.
Flu vaccinations - Under 65 At Risk Groups53.7% vaccinated, of 2033 eligible people.
High Blood Pressure Management82.13% with recommended measurement, out of 2277 patients.
Mental Health Comprehensive Care Planning91.96% with a plan, out of 112 patients.
Patient Experience - Confidence and Trust in GP88.1% had confidence, of 237 respondents.
Patient Satisfaction with GP Practice Opening Times71.7% were satisfied, of 238 respondents.
Proportion of children aged 1 with full course of recommended vaccines96.15% vaccinated.
Proportion of children aged 2 with Haemophilus influenzae type b and Meningitis C booster vaccine94.94% vaccinated.
Proportion of children aged 2 with Measles, Mumps and Rubella vaccine94.30% vaccinated.
Proportion of children aged 2 with pneumococcal conjugate booster vaccine93.67% vaccinated.
Stroke prevention: medication for patients with atrial fibrillation89.39% treated, out of 198 patients.

National Patient Survey

Church View Surgery GP survey as compared to national survey is as mentioned below. Green means it is better than national average of gp's and red means it is worse than the national average. NA stands for information not available.

Better than National average Worst than National average

MeasureProviderNational Avg.
The proportion of patients who would recommend their GP surgeryNA77.4 %
Percentage of patients rating their experience of making an appointment as good or very goodNA72.7 %
The proportion of respondents to the GP patient survey who gave a positive answer to 'Generally, how easy is it to get through to someone at your GP surgery on the phone'. Higher values are betterNA68 %
The proportion of respondents to the GP patient survey who described the overall experience of their GP surgery as good or very good.. Higher values are betterNA84.8 %
The proportion of patients rated as Very Good for involving patients in decisions about their careNA74.3 %
The proportion of patients satisfied very much with opening hoursNA76.2 %
The proportion of patients describe their overall experience of out_of hours as GoodNA66.2 %
The proportion of patients having confidence and trust in this GPNA91.9 %
The proportion of patients having confidence and trust in nurseNA84.5 %
The proportion of patients reported they see or speak to a GP they preferNA55.6 %
The proportion of patients reported that the receptionist is very helpfulNA86.7 %
The proportion of patients rated the GP as Very Good for treating with care and concernNA82.8 %
The proportion of patients rated the nurse as Very Good for treating with care and concernNA77.5 %
The proportion of patients reported as Yes, that they are able to get an appointment to see or speak to someoneNA84.3 %
The proportion of patients they have a long standing health conditionNA53.5 %
The proportion of patients responding to the questionnaire say that they have a written care planNA3.2 %
The proportion of patients reported their GP is Good at explaining test and treatmentNA81.4 %
The proportion of patients reported the nurse is Good at explaining test and treatmentNA76.1 %
*NA : Not Available

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