A WALK-IN health centre is to be opened at Leeds railway station.
It will offer health care and advice to commuters.
The Health Service centre is part of a project unveiled by Health Minister John Hutton, who gave the locations of seven surgeries opening at busy railway stations in the spring.
The centres will offer commuters the chance to see a doctor on their way to or from work.
They will be at four London stations - Liverpool Street, Canary Wharf, King's Cross and Victoria - Leeds, Manchester Piccadilly and Newcastle Central.
If the centres are a success several more could be opened in other major cities across the country.