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COVID-19 service update: 

Urgent patient care is currently being offered. Support may be face to face or at home but where possible remote advice will be given.

The structured education programme has been suspended and new patients will be placed on a waiting list until the full service resumes.

We are a short term specialist service for patients who are currently taking the maximum dose of oral medication (maximum oral triple therapy) to control their Type 2 diabetes. Usually this is patients with a HBA1C (the blood marker used for diabetes) of over 75 who require specialist intervention from diabetes specialist nurses, dietitians and GPs with a specialist interest in diabetes. 

Who's it for?

Our service is only for people who have Type 2 diabetes.


Refarrals can be made by:

  • GPs or hospitals
  • Patients themselves 
  • Allied Health Professionals  

The LEEDS Programme

Leeds programmeThe LEEDS Programme is an education programme for people newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. The course covers information about Type 2 diabetes and how a carefully controlled diet, exercise and lifestyle changes can help to prevent longer term complications. Download the LEEDS Programme Leaflet.

Find out more about the LEEDS programme 

Tel: 0113 843 4200

Opening hours

Monday to Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm


  • Armley Moor Health Centre
  • Kippax Health Centre
  • Yeadon Health Centre
  • Woodhouse Health Centre
  • Hunslet Heath Centre
  • Chapeltown Health Centre
  • East Leeds Health Centre

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