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Grange Park Surgery

We are a GP surgery of 6’700 patients. We have 6 part-time G.P’s and 2 full time G.P’s. We currently have one GP that will visit our care home, Burley Hall on a weekly basis to review our patients. We have under half of our Dementia patients living in sheltered accommodation and care homes. Which means we have managed to continue to care and help keep over half of our patients in their own homes living independently.

26 September 2017
Health, Medical
Local Alliances:
Leeds Dementia Action Alliance

1. Action Plan

To continue to support our patients, families & carers as well as continuing to work closely with our care homes to help them live well with Dementia.  To continue to  work closely with our PPG group and to continue to attend meetings with in the community with Burley-In-Wharfedale Dementia Action Group. We will continue to educate and identify where training is required to continue being a Dementia Friendly with in our community. More collaborative working within the community.

Member contacts

Mrs Donna Tollemache – Practice Managerext.
Grange Park Surgery
Grange Road
LS29 7HGto enter text.
01943862108Click here to ente0r text.

Member website


2. Actions

  • Improve our knowledge and understanding of Dementia

    Dementia friendly training has been delivered recently to most employees.  Further ongoing training and updates to continue.  We are also liaising with the Burley Dementia Group in how we can bring awareness of Dementia to the community.

  • Improve our understanding of dementia

    Our core team have already taken part in DF awareness sessions. Our Manager and Volunteer Coordinator will arrange for dementia awareness to be built into the event staff and volunteer training.   

  • More dementia friendly signage also a dementia friendly notice board to be put together.

    Improved signage and information available in the practice.

  • Staff to be made aware of patients that currently have a diagnosis of Dementia

    Protocols to be added to patient records in systemone to flag up when the patient record has been retrieved to make the clinician/admin staff aware that patient has dementia.