Your health and local services
We’re committed to helping you access services when you need them and ensuring you understand which service is best suited to your needs. We also want to make sure you can take greater care of your own health so that you can live a longer and healthier life.
Is it an emergency?
Accident & Emergency (A&E) departments and 999 services should only be used in real emergencies. If you’re unsure whether or not it’s an emergency, you can call NHS 111 at any time and speak to a highly trained adviser.
If you are feeling unwell, or you have a minor injury that is not an emergency, there are several ways to obtain expert advice and treatment. You can call 111 (NHS 111), see your local GP, visit a walk-in centre, or go online for more advice. Self care with the help of your local pharmacy could be your best option. Find out more below.
Do you have a minor injury?
There are three minor injuries units and walk-in centres located across Leeds that can treat minor illnesses and injuries and give you health advice. You do not need to book an appointment.
Find a local service
Find your nearest GP, dentist, pharmacy, optician and hospital by using the search boxes below. You can also call NHS 111 24/7 for medical advice and to direct you to the best placed services in your area.
Think Pharmacy First
Local people are being encouraged to go to their local pharmacy (chemist) for self-care advice on a range of minor ailments. 41 pharmacies across the north Leeds area are offering a service called Pharmacy First to patients who are registered with a GP practice in Leeds North.
Self care is about having the knowledge and confidence you need to take better care when you have common ailments such as sore throats, coughs, etc. and also encourage healthy behaviour which will benefit you in the long term.