FAQs

Here are some Questions and Answers to common questions you may have you can always contact us for further questions or clarification on anything The Leeds Clinic can provide for your health

Q: I have health insurance – does this cover the cost of my appointment?

A: Health insurance policies vary widely – please consult your insurance provider for any query regarding your cover. 

Please note you will have to pay for your appointment at the time of the appointment, but we are very happy to provide receipts so you can claim back the cost of your appointment if it is covered by your insurer. Corporate clients may have provisions in place. Please discuss with your employer.

Q: Will I have a dedicated GP?

A: We endeavor to ensure you see the same GP whenever you visit The Leeds Clinic. Continuity in the Doctor and Patient relationship is crucial for the best ongoing care. If on occasion your doctor is unavailable, another of our experienced clinicians will be able to help. 

Q: Can I choose a male or female doctor?

A:We have both male and female doctors available for you. Please check their availability for an appointment by calling us on 0113 240 1234 to enquire. Alternately all our GP’s availability can be seen online.

Q: What about my registration with my regular GP?

A:Registering at The Leeds Clinic and seeing one of our doctors does NOT affect your registration at your NHS practice. We recommend that patients maintain their registration with NHS services. We are happy to share your records with you and your NHS GP as appropriate. 

Q: Can I consult your GPs about a long term or chronic health condition?

A: Yes, our experienced GPs are skilled in managing both acute and chronic health conditions. As part of the consultation about your chronic health condition our Doctor will discuss with you the options and agree a plan for the onward care and management of the condition – this may be ongoing care of the condition at The Leeds Clinic, or with your NHS GP, or as is commonly the case, in a shared management pathway. 

Q: What if I need tests or investigations?

Q: Do you provide prescriptions

A: We provide private prescriptions, rather than an NHS prescription. This is unlikely to cost significantly more than an NHS prescription cost, and in some cases, is less. Please be aware that prescriptions cannot be issued to new patients without a GP consultation.

Q: I can’t find the answer to my question

A: We are happy to answer any queries you may have so please call us on 0113 240 1234 or email at reception@leeds-clinic.co.uk