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Prescription Services / Pharmacy Team 
Dr Fox & Partners Prescription Journey 19

Dr Fox and Partners has a team of Practice Pharmacists and Prescription Clerks. The team is available for prescription queries, reviews and consultations. There are pre-bookable, face to face and telephone consultations available with our Practice Pharmacists across both sites. 

You are able to contact our Prescription Clerks directly on:

Prescription Clerk at Colton Mill MC: 0113 295 1965

Prescription Clerk The Grange MC: 0113 295 1882

Our prescription clerks deal with prescription queries only. There may be times when the prescription clerk is dealing with another patient, in these cases please leave a voicemail with the following information: Name, Date of Birth and contact number, and the prescription clerk will call you back once they are available.  

How do I order my repeat prescription?

You can request your repeat prescription, book GP appointments and view your test results using this service. If you aren’t already registered, all you will need to do is visit the practice, report to reception and complete a quick form (please make sure you bring a form of identification). If you have the applicable facilities, you are able to print the form at home by clicking the link below and handing into reception.

SystmOne Online Service registration form: SystmOnline Registration Form

  •     Order your prescription through your pharmacy.
  •     Hand a paper request into our prescription clerk, or post the requesting into the prescription post box located in reception at both sites.
  •     You ARE NOT able to order your prescription over the phone.

Prescribing of over the counter medicines is changing; the GP, nurse or Practice Pharmacist will not generally give you a prescription for over the counter medicines for a range of minor health concerns.

Instead, over the counter medicines are available to buy in a pharmacy or supermarket in your local community. The team of local health professionals at your local pharmacy can also offer help and clinical advice to manage minor health concerns and if your symptoms suggest it’s more serious, they’ll ensure that you get the care you need.

 Please find attachment for more information:
Cover the counter medicines: changes

West Yorkshire pharmacy opening hours 2018/2019

Please click here  for Pharmacy opening hours in West Yorkshire for 2018/2019.


Think Pharmacy First

All pharmacies across Leeds are offering a service called Pharmacy First to patients who are registered with a GP practice in Leeds.  The Pharmacy First service gives you the option of visiting your local pharmacist for  minor ailments, the advice is always free but you will be required to purchase any medication advised. NHS England are asking that GP’s don’t regularly prescribe medication for minor ailments, so it is important to remember no matter what health care professional  you see you may be asked to purchase the recommend  medication.

The service reduces the need for you to make an appointment with your local GP, use an out of hours NHS service or visit A&E. This means when you have a common condition that can be at your local pharmacy.

Many pharmacies across Leeds are open until late and at weekends, which is useful if you start to feel unwell with one of the minor ailments included in Pharmacy First and you don’t need an appointment to access the service..

The following minor ailments are included in Pharmacy First:

  • Cough
  • Cold
  • Earache
  • Sore throat
  • Threadworms
  • Teething
  • Athletes foot
  • Dehydration
  • Thrush
  • Hay fever
  • Fever
  • Blocked nose
  • Sprain or strain
  • Head lice
  • Indigestion

Visit:  to find out what services are available at your local pharmacy.


Mental Health Support Services 

Mental Health Support Services - Time to Talk Flyer 2018

Time to talk is a voluntary listening service organised by churches and community groups in east Leeds and managed by the Catholic Diocese of Leeds. It is not a clinical talking therapy but an opportunity to talk confidentially about things that are troubling you. 

Time to Talk listeners are trained by Samaritans. They will not judge you. They will not advise you. They will respect you confidence. It is not an NHS service but your doctor might recommend you talking to our listeners as you wait for clinical treatment for your mental health condition or to help you emotionally at your time of need.

Bookable appointments will be held at Colton Mill Medical Centre starting Friday 30th November 2018. Please speak to your GP, Pharmacists or Reception to book into one of these Friday morning sessions.

Mental Health Drop in Services in Leeds:  Touchstone Mental Health Drop in Services - Leeds


Extended Services Update


Wednesday and Thursday Evening Clinics

  • Colton Mill MC site ONLY
  • Wednesday 18.00hrs - 20.00hrs (Nurse clinics only)
  • Thursday 18.00hrs - 20.30hrs (GP and Nurse clinics only)  
  • Appointments available by contacting reception or online

Saturday Mornings

  • Please note that the Saturday Service as now ended. See below for details of the new extended hours services delivered.

Monday to Sunday Extended Hours Clinics

  • A new service is now delivered at Seacroft Hospital Outpatients and St Georges Minor Injuries Unit
  • Monday to Friday 18.30hrs - 20.00hrs 
  • Saturdays 08.00hrs to 14.00hrs 
  • Sundays 08.00hrs to Midday 
  • To book appointments for this service, please contact our reception team.
  • To cancel appointments at St Georges during extended hours, contact 07513763846
  • To cancel appointments at Seacroft during extended hours, contact 0113 2062049
  • To make a complaint about the extended hours service at Seacroft or St Georges unit, please see Complaint leaflet
  • To find out where to go at Seacroft Hospital, please see Map


Online Registration / SystmOnline Service

For appointments and prescriptions, please use the online services link located below.

If you are not already registered for the online services then you will need to visit the surgery and ask a member of our reception team for an Online Registration Form.

Alternatively, complete and print the form out at home and bring into the surgery.

Online Registration Form: SystmOnline Registration Form

Please bring one of the following to the surgery when registering to confirm your identity:

- Driving License
- Passport 
- Utility Bill with address
- Buss Pass 
- Student ID


Systm Online for Apple Devices

TPP are pleased to announce that SystmOnline is now available to patients as an app for iPhone, iPad and other Apple devices.

The App is listed on the App store and is free to download. To download the app search for, ‘SystmOnline’ in the app store.

You will be able to pre book appointments and order repeat prescriptions straight from your apple device.


Target Training Dates - 2019 

The surgery will be CLOSED on the following dates from 12 noon due to staff training, if you require a doctor when the surgery if closed please ring the surgery number and you will be redirected to the out of hours team.

  • Tuesday 15th January 2019
  • Tuesday 5th February 2019
  • Tuesday 12th March 2019


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