A Bramley GP surgery has officially reopened, creating a new health hub for Bramley residents.
A ceremony to mark the new-look Manor Park Surgery was officially carried out by Leeds West MP Rachel Reeves.
Expansions at Manor Park Surgery include
- An additional ten GP consultation rooms
- Improved access for disabled patients
- Space for an independent onsite opticians and pharmacy
The doctors’ surgery now employs 48 staff, has recently become a GP training practice and is also being used by the hospital trust as a secondment location, enabling trainee nurses gain vital experience.
Dr Russell Gillmore, senior partner and GP at Manor Park Surgery, added:
“The improvements made to the surgery will benefit our current patients and generations of Bramley families to come.
“We consulted with local councilors and residents to ensure we were giving them a surgery that offers the very best in patient care and also with a desire to create somewhere that would improve overall lifestyle and reduce social isolation. It’s big undertaking but definitely something that we feel that we’ve achieved.”
MP Rachel Reeves said:
“It’s most rewarding to open such a medical centre here in Leeds, offering both mental and physical health services, including minor surgery, under one roof. I’m honoured to play a small part in such an integral element of the community.”
Simon Jackson, head of Shulmans’ commercial property development team, played an integral role in helping Manor Park practice expand with its newly-developed NHS surgery.