Welcome to Low Moor
We strive to provide patients with the highest quality personal health care, meeting medical needs and managing patients’ expectations with compassion and professionalism. We promote inclusive care programmes where appropriate, working in collaboration with supporting medical and voluntary organisations. We strongly advocate employee wellbeing, fostering a resilient culture of work-life balance and effective staff engagement.
NHS services across the North East & Yorkshire region are experiencing extremely high demand at the moment – this includes GP practices which are extremely busy
• If you need advice for a minor/mild illness or injury, in the first instance, please either contact your local pharmacy for help or look at the self-care advice that’s available on-line from the NHS at www.nhs.uk
• If you want to check your symptoms, there is an on-line symptom checker available at 111.nhs.uk, which will re-direct you to a health professional if you need to be consulted by someone
• The 111 online service is effective and efficient and endorsed by your GP. You will be dealt with more quickly using 111 online than calling 111. Go to www.111.nhs.uk
Healthier Together - a West Yorkshire Partnership.
The following website provides advice for parents, young people and pregnant women, and clinical resources to support healthcare professionals - www.wyhealthiertogether.nhs.uk
Patient Access to Medical Records
Even in the best regulated systems errors can occasionally occur. Should you see something in your record that you believe to be such an error please contact the Practice as soon as possible. Please do not tell anyone else about the content of any such error as the data remains confidential.
For those patients who have access to their medical records, you may have sight of test results before the GP/Clinician has had a chance to contact you and discuss them. We will try and keep these instances to a minimum. We apologise in advance for any distress this may cause.
If you are requesting access to another patient's medical record or to speak on their behalf you will be asked to provide written confirmation from that patient that they consent to you having full access to their medical record and they agree to you speaking on their behalf.
Children aged 13 and above are considered competent to deal with their own health issues. To request access to their record and speak on your child's behalf you will need to provide written consent from your child