NHS England has notified us of a short delay in the delivery date for our Pfizer covid vaccines which will now arrive on Friday 8 January. This means our clinic dates have had to change, as set out below. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused: please understand this is entirely outside our control. NHS England is working at an unprecedented rate to supply vaccines, along with all the necessary support equipment.
The Pfizer vaccine requires two doses. Today we were informed that we should book the 2nd dose appointment around 12 weeks after the 1st dose appointment. This is a change: previously we were booking the 2nd dose just 3 weeks after the 1st dose appointment. This is why the 2nd dose appointments set out below have been moved on by more than just a few days.
If you have any queries about your appointment date or time, please call us and press 0 when you hear the recorded message to be transferred to the booking office.
All appointment times stay the same, unless you are contacted directly by phone. It is only the date that has changed, as set out below. There is no change to the venue which remains as Woodhouse Medical Practice, Cambridge Rd, Leeds LS6 2SF.
|Old date – 1st dose appointment||New date – 1st dose appointment|
|Mon 4th Jan 2021||Fri 8th Jan 2021|
|Tue 5th Jan 2021||Sat 9th Jan 2021|
|Wed 6th Jan 2021||Sun 10th Jan 2021|
|Thur 7th Jan 2021||Mon 11th Jan 2021|
|Old date – 2nd dose appointment||New date – 2nd dose appointment|
|Tue 26th Jan 2021||Sat 27th Mar 2021|
|Wed 27th Jan 2021||Sun 28th Mar 2021|
|Thur 28th Jan 2021||Mon 29th Mar 2021|
Please take a look around our website to find information about the surgeries and the health services we can provide for you and your family.
August 2020: We are open for appointments but all patients asking to see a doctor will have a phone call with a doctor first, to determine if they need to be seen in the practice. You can also complete an e-consult and will be contacted within two working days. Please avoid coming in to the surgeries without a booked appointment. If you come to the surgery, please wear a face mask.
If you need urgent medical advice between the hours of 6.30 pm – 8 am weekdays, during weekends or on Bank Holidays – please telephone 111.
NHS 111 can help if you have an urgent medical problem and you’re not sure what to do. For children under 5 call 111