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Our Proposed Merger

Westfield Medical Centre and Allerton Medical Centre announced today that they hope to merge their Practices next Spring.

Letters are in the post to households where patients are registered - but you can find an electronic version of the letter here too. Letter to Households

More information can also be found in our Frequently Asked Questions sheet. Frequently Asked Questions about our merger

We would love to hear your feedback regarding our plans.

You can complete our online survey here:

or collect a paper copy in the practice.

Or feel free to come along to one of our drop-in events:

Sat 23rd Nov      11.00-13.00     First Floor, Reginald Centre, 263 Chapeltown Rd, LS7 3EX

Sun 24th Nov      14.00-15.30       Meeting Rm, St. Matthew's Church, Wood Lane, LS7 3QF

Mon 25th Nov     18.00-19.00       First Floor, Reginald Centre, 263 Chapeltown Rd, LS7 3EX

(A copy of the information sent to our stakeholders can be found here.  Merger Stakeholder brief)

(And also a copy of our Engagement Plan and Engagement Methodology for interested parties. Merger Engagement Plan. Merger Engagement Methodology)

Would you like to get involved in your practice?

We have a Patient Reference Group and are looking for patients from all age groups, social and cultural backgrounds to join us.

Please speak to Patient Support for the date of the next meeting.

Opening Hours - find out how and when to see a GP

Find out when our practice is open and what to do if you need help when the practice is closed. Find out more

Repeat Prescriptions - order your medication online

Do you need to re-order your medication? Visit our prescriptions page and complete the online eReception form. Find out more

Like To Register?  We welcome new patients to our practice area

New to the area and would like to join our practice? We would be happy to help you. Find out more


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