Working with GP practicesGeoff2021-06-10T11:45:59+01:00
Working with GP practices
We are proud of the links we have established with GP practices across Leeds. Our work detailed below helps carers access the right support in a location that suits them. Take a look at this video to see our work in action.
GP Referrals – Our ‘Yellow Card’ scheme
All Leeds GP practices can refer carers to Carers Leeds by completing a ‘Yellow Card Referral’. If you are a carer ask your GP practice for a Yellow Card and when you have completed the short form hand it back to the practice and they will send the referral to Carers Leeds. As part of the process GP practices are encouraged to use the Yellow Card as a prompt to record a patient as a carer on their practice database thereby ensuring that carers can be identified when contacting their practice and offered appointment times and services that fit with their caring role, for example carer health checks and access to flu vaccinations.
GP practices who would like more information about the Yellow Card Referral Scheme can contact our Health Development Manager:
Carer Awareness Training for staff in Primary Care
We have 2 Carer Awareness Trainers funded to work in Leeds West and Leeds North CCG areas to deliver brief carer awareness sessions to any staff based in GP practices or community based health staff. These sessions are designed to help staff understand the vital role that carers play in healthcare, how to identify and support carers and an overview of the services that Carers Leeds can offer.
For more information about Carer Awareness Training contact:
For Carer Awareness Training in Leeds South and East CCG areas please contact Siân Cartwright, Health Development Manager – 0113 380 4305
GP based carer clinics
Carers Leeds facilitates several carer clinics in GP surgeries across the city for carers who could not get to our city centre offices. If you would like to be referred to a clinic, speak to a member of staff in your GP practice or call us on 0113 380 4300.
Regular carer clinics in GP surgeries
We hold regular carers clinics at a number of GP practices in Leeds. If you are a carer and registered as a patient at one of the following GP practices you can book an appointment with a Carer Support Worker by asking at your GP reception desk.
Adwalton House Surgery
Armley Medical Practice
Crossley Street Surgery
Fountain Medical Centre
Ireland Wood Surgery
Lingwell Croft Surgery
Morley Health Centre
Priory View Medical Centre
Pudsey Health Centre
Shenstone House Surgery
St Martin’s Practice
Sunfield Medical Centre
The Gables Surgery
The New Croft Surgery
Thornton Medical Practice
West Lodge Surgery
Windsor House Surgery
For more information about our carer clinics contact:
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