Where are we?
The Queens Road Medical Centre
220, Queens Road
Leicester. LE2 3FT
telephone: 0116 2702233
Lots of information about the practice can be found in our PRACTICE LEAFLET, which is available here:
SHARING YOUR DATA
Except in specific circumstances, required by law, explicit Consent is needed from you before we divulge information to anyone else. You may chose to share your records with other health professionals to help them provide you with better healthcare. This is a complex area and the following guides will help you decide what you want to do.
Care Quality Commission
The CQC has a statutory right to inspect medical records, although it has said it will only obtain personal confidential information when necessary and will try to involve patients. As part of the Inspection process, the CQC may request we provide them with details relating to our patients so that they can undertake their inspections.
If you have any questions, please let us know and our business co-ordinator, Sam, will contact you.
Reception Opening Times:
Monday 08:30-12:00 15:30-18:30
Tuesday 08:30-12:00 15:30-18:30
Wednesday 08:30-12:00 15:30-18:30
Thursday 08:30-12:00 Closed
Friday 08:30-12:00 15:30-18:30
We run a modified Advance Access Appointment System
Not all medical problems require a face to face consultation. Telephone consultations may be a time-effective alternative.
Patients can request a telephone consultation by ringing the surgery and Dr Lenten will ring them back. This is not designed as a general advice line, but as an alternative to a surgery appointment or a home visit.
Please use this facility responsibly and ensure the telephone number left is accessible.
YOU ARE ABLE TO BOOK APPOINTMENTS AND ORDER REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS ON LINE:
FOR URGENT MEDICAL ADVICE
if it is life-threatening call 999
If the surgery is closed:
8.00am - 6.30pm Monday - Friday ring: 0845 6031761
6.30pm - 8.00am Monday - Friday, at weekends and bank holidays ring : 111
when you ring NHS111 a trained adviser will ask you questions to find out what is wrong, give you medical advice and direct you to an Out of Hours Doctor if this is necessary.
If you are suffering from fever or vomiting and diarrhoea and have recently visited Sierra Leone, Liberia or Guinea, please RING us and inform the receptionist; Please do not come to the surgery due to the Ebola virus being highly contagious. Please ask for the GP to ring you back to discuss treatment.
Please click onto our patient survey: Survey 0103