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Changes to New Cross Surgery, Middleton Park Surgery & Swillington Health Practice
Grange Medicare Limited is currently contracted to provide GP services from New Cross Surgery, Middleton Park Surgery and Swillington Health Practice and have held this contract since 1 November 2008.
The CCG is now required to start a process to procure (pay for) a provider of GP services for the registered populations of New Cross, Middleton Park and Swillington. The contract with Grange Medicare Limited ends on 31 October 2018 meaning that NHS Leeds South and East Clinical
Group (CCG) needs to look at future plans for the practices. Grange Medicare have indicated that they don’t wish to be part of this procurement process.
In October 2017 we met with members of the Patient Participation Groups (PPG) at all three GP practices. We outlined the process and talked about how we could get feedback from people registered at the practices.
We want to work with you to understand what is most important to you about your current GP practice and future service arrangements. Your feedback will help us decide what the future service looks like. The CCG is seeking your views on what the future service might look like. Your views and those of other patients will be used to inform the decision by the CCG about the future service for the three registered populations.
You do not need to take any action regarding your current GP service however we want to make sure that you have an opportunity to provide your views on what is most important to you about GP services. To do this we ask that you complete the survey by following the below link provided. If members of your household are registered with the practice, they can either obtain a survey from the practice or use the online link here.
We are also planning to hold a number of local events to give you the opportunity to present your views. Once these are known we will update this page with the dates.
To complete the survey use this link:
If you would prefer to complete a paper copy of the survey you can request one by contacting Anna Walters on
or 0113 843 5457.
If you have any questions about this engagement please contact:
Chris Bridle (Engagement Lead)
or 0113 8435473
Victoria Annakin (Primary Care Programme Manager)
or 0113 8432114.
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New Cross Surgery
- Rothwell Health Centre, Stone Brig Lane, Rothwell, LS26 0UE
Telephone 0113 467 7511
Middleton Park Surgery
- Middleton Community Health Centre, Middleton Park Avenue, Middleton, Leeds, LS10 4HT
Telephone 0113 467 7522
Swillington Health Practice
- Swillington Clinic, Hill Crest Close, Swillington, Leeds, LS26 8DZ
Telephone 0113 287 1444
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