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For information about how to stay well if you health is deteriorating please see here - Winter Welfare Booklet

Health Promoters

Every month the practice will be leading on various health promotion campaigns where we will have patient information available for you, health promotion displays in the surgery and we will be encouraging patients to engage with us in helping you to help yourself.

Telephoning the Practice

We are asking all patients who are ringing for results of investigations, queries with prescriptions, general queries to telephone the practice between 11am - 4.00pm - this means the telephones will be available for those patients who need to see a doctor or nurse that day and also for patients ringing in requesting a visit.  Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Advanced Nurse Practitioners

This practice employs ANP's (Advanced Nurse Practitioners) who are highly qualified individuals who work in a similar way to the GP's, seeing, assessing and sometimes referring patients.   

Booking Appointments

Please be aware when booking an appointment the GP's are only given a 10 minute slot for each patient unless it is a non-English speaking patient who has an interpreter or a patient who may require more time because of a disability. 

If you feel you may need more than a 10 minute slot please inform the receptionist of this.  If you do attend an appointment with a number of health problems the GP may ask you to rebook another appointment so that more time can be spent with you. 

If you wish to register for online appointment booking, please speak to the receptionist or contact the practice to be sent your registration details.

Extended Surgery Hours

The practice now offers an extra 6 hours surgery time per week, some weeks this may be a Saturday morning from 9.00am – 12.00pm or a Weekday morning from  7.00am – 8.00am and Wednesday Evening 6.30pm – 7.30pm.

If you work and find it easier to book an appointment out of work times, please feel free to book an appointment in our extended surgery hours.




Health Promotion Campaigns


1.  NHS 111

2.  Flu Vaccination Clinics

3.  Change for Life

4.  Be Clear on Cancer - Respiratory

5.  Stoptober - Stopping Smoking

6.  One You - Keeping Well for Longer

7.  Antibiotic Awareness

8.  Sepsis Awareness

1. NHS 111

Get the right treatment at the right place at the right time!

To get information about urgent and emergency services available to you look here.


2. Flu Vaccination Clinics

Please see our flu vaccination clinics on the main page.  All patients at risk or those over 65 will have received a text message or letter inviting them to attend one of our drop-in clinics.  Please protect yourself and those around you from contracting flu this winter.

3. Change 4 Life

Change for life

These days, 'modern life' can mean that we’re a lot less active. With so many opportunities to watch TV or play computer games, and with so much convenience and fast food available, we don't move about as much, or eat as well as we used to.
Read more here.

4. Be Clear on Cancer - Respiratory

clear on cancer

Look here for more information on this campaign.

5. Stoptober


The most important step you can take for your health is to stop smoking, if you want help to stop smoking please contact the practice on 0161 212 6565 for help and guidance in stopping smoking at our smoking cessation clinic.
For more information about stopping smoking see here.

6. One You
One you
Modern life makes it hard to be healthy. ... One You is here to help you get back to a healthier you, supporting you to make simple changes towards a longer and happier life. One You provides tools, support and encouragement every step of the way, to help improve your health right away.

7. Antibiotic Awareness - What you need to know!



Antibiotics are important medicines for treating bacterial infections in both humans and animals.

Antibiotics are losing their effectiveness at an increasing rate.
Antibiotic resistance is one of the most significant threats to patients' safety in Europe.
It is driven by overusing antibiotics and prescribing them inappropriately.
To slow down the development of antibiotic resistance it is important to use antibiotics in the right way, to use the right drug, at the right dose, at the right time for the right duration.
Antibiotics should be taken as prescribed, never saved for later or shared with others.
Always take your doctors or pharmacists advice regarding antibiotic use.

8. Sepsis Awareness
Sepsis Symptoms for Children
sepsis children
Sepsis Symptoms in Adults
Sepsis in Adults

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