If you are eligible, please call in or phone the surgery and arrange for a flu vaccine
Who should have a flu vaccination?
- Over 65 years of age
- Weakened immune system
- Liver disease
- History of stroke
- Kidney disease
- Respiratory disease
- Heart disease
Surgery times and opening hours are listed below, but please take a couple of minutes to read what to do when the surgery is closed:
- Contact BARDOC for the out-of-hours GP service on 0161 763 4242. (As soon as the surgery closes, BARDOC doctors are on cover – all night and until the following morning when the surgery opens again.)
- Attend the Walk-In Centre (NHS Walk-In Centres offer open access 7.00 a.m. – 10.00 p.m.) Your nearest Walk in Centre is at 22 Derby Way, Bury BL9 0NJ. (No telephone service.)
- NHS 111 – You can call NHS Direct on 0845 4647 to speak to a triage nurse. Your needs will be assessed and advice offered or arrangements made for you to see a doctor.
- Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains, shortness of breath or a stroke are all emergencies.
For suspected stroke remember the word FAST. F= face, A= arm, S=speech, T=time to phone 999. Any dropping of the face, loss of arm movement or speech are all signs of a stroke. Phone 999.
Comments, compliments, complaints
To comment or to give us compliments you can send us an email email@example.com or, telephone the surgery and ask for the practice manager or speak to a receptionist. We value your feedback as this helps us to improve the services we offer you.
Please take 2 minutes to fill the Friends and Family Test to rate our service.
If you would like to make a complaint, please contact the surgery and ask for the Practice Manager. The surgery operates a complaints procedure. Please click on the following link to see the national procedure that we follow.
Patient Reference Group (PRG)
Family Doctor Association (FDA)
This practice is a founder member of The Family Doctor Association. This is an association for patients who want to see a doctor they know and who knows them. We are interested in patients and their families as people rather than “cases”.
Local children’s services
Rochdale Childrens Centres