Church View Surgery

Telephone: 0113 260 0021
Address: Crossgates Medical Centre, Church View Surgery, Station Road, Leeds, LS15 8BZ
Website: Website address not added

3.5 out of 5 stars

Based on 13 ratings for this GP surgery


  • Flu Clinics 2015
  • NHS Health Checks
  • Health and Social Care Information Centre


Opening times

Reception times

Sunday Closed

Surgery times

Monday 08:15 - 18:00
Tuesday 08:15 - 18:00
Wednesday 08:15 - 18:00
Thursday 08:15 - 18:00
Friday 08:15 - 18:00
Saturday 08:30 - 10:30
Sunday Closed

Out of hours

 If you need urgent medical attention when the surgery is closed please telephone the normal surgery number and your call will be transferred to the out of hours treatment centre.

Last verified on 28/04/2015

Additional information

Tuesday and Wednesday Afternoons - On Wednesday afternoons the surgery is open for patients with pre-booked appointments, to collect prescriptions etc. We do not have a doctor on call and phone calls will transfer to the out of hours treatment centre. The surgery is closed for training purposes in the afternoon of - Tuesday 28th April 2015 Tuesday 12th May 2015 Tuesday 9th June 2015 Tuesday 14th July 2015 Tuesday 8th September 2015 Tuesday 13th October 2015 Tuesday 17th November 2015 Tuesday 12th January 2016 Tuesday 9th February 2016 Tuesday 8th March 2016 If you need urgent medical attention when the surgery is closed please telephone the normal surgery number and your call will be transferred to the out of hours treatment centre.


  • Dr Helen McWilliams
  • Dr Emma Haigh
  • Dr Helen Haywood
  • Dr Victor Selvaranjan Bab Nicholas
  • Dr Joyce Elaine Pieroni
  • Dr Andrew Michael Harris
  • Dr Nicholas Koslowsky
  • Dr Sally Elizabeth Franks
  • Dr Thomas George Richard Gibbs
  • Dr Lydia Jane Marie Taylor
  • Dr Joanna Angela Vila
  • Dr. Naomi Kathryn Penn

To read more about us and to find other staff members please view our staff page.

GPs at this practice

4 male and 8 female GPs

Other branches

This practice is part of a practice group.

Shaftesbury Medical Centre
Dr Penn and Partners
78 Osmondthorpe Lane
Ls9 9EF
Tel no. 0113 2409500

If you are interested in registering with one of our other branches please find their contact information here.

Online facilities

  • Online appointment booking is available Online appointment booking
  • Order or view repeat prescriptions online is available Order or view repeat prescriptions online
  • Online access to view test results is not available Online access to view test results

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Data source: HSCIC

Latest news

Flu Clinics 2015

This year all flu vaccinations will be done at a drop in clinic, no pre-booking required. 

Children born between the 1st Sept 2010 and 31st Aug 2013 and people aged over 65 are entitled to a free flu vaccine. Those in the following groups - currently pregnant, chronic neurological problems including stroke / TIA, heart disease, chronic liver or kidney problems, MS chronic respiratory problems including asthma and those with immunosuppression also qualify for a free flu vaccine.

Please attend one of the following flu drop in sessions –

Church View Surgery

Monday 21st September 1.30 until 5.30pm

Thursday 1st October 1.30 until 5.30 pm

Saturday 17th October 8.30am until 12pm 

Shaftesbury Medical   Centre

Tuesday 22nd September 1.30 until 7.15pm

Tuesday 29th September 1.30 until 5.30pm

Last updated on 03 September 2015.

NHS Health Checks

What is an NHS Health Check?

Even though you might be feeling fine, Leeds is offering a free NHS Health Check which is for everyone between the ages of 40 and 74, who has not already been diagnosed with Cardiovascular Disease. You will be invited (once every five years) to have a check to assess your risk of heart disease, stroke, kidney disease and diabetes and will be given support and advice to help reduce or manage that risk.

Your NHS Health Check can help you to stay well and is free of charge.

What happens at the NHS Health Check

Your NHS Health Check will take less than half an hour and involves some simple questions about your lifestyle and family medical history and measurements will be taken such as age height, weight, blood pressure.  You will also have a blood test to measure your cholesterol level and your results will be given to you. If you're over 65, you will also be informed about the signs and symptoms of dementia.

After we receive your results you’ll be offered personalised advice and support to help stay healthy

As long as you don't have an existing vascular condition we will contact you when your NHS Health Check is due.

Last updated on 15 January 2015.

Health and Social Care Information Centre

Health and Social Care Information Centre


Your Information

In order to support your treatment and care, we already share information about you and the care you receive, with your consent and in a secure system, with other healthcare staff (district nurses, physiotherapists, hospital consultants etc).


Why does the HSCIC need your information

To ensure the NHS is providing the best possible care for everyone a comparison of information from different services such as hospitals, community and GPs is also required.   Information may also be used by researchers to identify patterns of disease.  The Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) is responsible for delivering this new information system which has been set up to analyse, link and monitor data to help plan for future services to effectively prevent, treat and manage existing illnesses within our population. 


What information does the HSCIC need?

Information such as your date of birth, NHS number, postcode, gender or any coded information will be used to link records.  (Coded information usually refers to clinical diagnoses, prescriptions, test results, vaccinations, measurements etc.)  They do NOT need your name or address.


The information obtained will only be used by researchers and those planning health services and is controlled by law and strict rules to protect your privacy.


What should you do next?

If you are happy for your information to be shared you do not need to do anything.


If you have concerns or require further information ask the receptionist for a leaflet or go to for frequently asked questions.


If you do not want to share your information ask the receptionist to make a note of this in your medical record.   This will prevent your confidential information being used other than where necessary by law e.g. if there is a public health emergency.


You can change your mind at any time just let the receptionist know

Last updated on 15 January 2015.

Over 75 Health Check

If you are aged 75 or over you are entitled to a free health check. If you would like a health check please contact reception.

Last updated on 17 February 2015.

Key facts

Registered patients


Friends and Family Test score: General Practice

86%Patients recommend this practice. 109 responses.

More on how we perform

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Latest reviews of this gp practice

time to change doctors

reception giving out results on 2 separate occasions causing elderly woman to worry for a week till doc phoned. never get the same doc...

3 August 2015

Psychological Issues not entirely met

Having psychological issues I find myself in a frustrating situation as my issues and related treatment isn't always resolved in the time...

28 May 2015

Surgery staff

I have been a patient at church view for many years All the staff from receptionists to nursing staff to doctors are always helpful and ...

25 May 2015

My views

I have been with the surgery a long time, seen quite a few changes but always to improve services the best gp's I know

7 February 2015

Emergency hospital appointment and surgery

I had a recurrence of a health problem that has required surgery in the past. I rang the surgery, the receptionist was so kind and said t...

23 October 2014

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Last updated on 03 September 2015.

Information supplied by NHS Leeds South And East CCG