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Our newsletter contains useful information regarding on-line access, appointments and other services.  Please use the link to access it.

Want to access your medical records on the move?

Military Veterans - Please let us know who you are.  We can then send you useful information on how to access health services and support groups.

 

 

Friday 5th April 2019

The telephones are now back on and normal service has resumed.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Please read our newsletter for the latest information.

 

Staff Training - Our staff undergo mandatory Diversity & Equality Training each year and our policies are updated/reviewed every 12 months.

Out of Hours Access 

Locally we have the following services that patients can use directly for 'out of hours' access:

 

NHS 111 – Patients can speak to trained advisers who will assess their symptoms and direct them to the best, most appropriate service to receive medical care/support.  All calls are free from landlines and mobile phones and available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year

  •  The Walk-in Centre – telephone: 0161 342 7050
  •   Minor Eye Complaints please see our newsletter for opticians 
  •    Minor Aliments - (all local pharmacies except Cohen’s in Glossop)

 Want to access your medical records on the move?

You can access your medical records on your mobile phone, IPad, tablet, laptop or desktop computer.

You can now make appointments, request repeat medication and view your medical record on-line .  If you would like to register for on-line access please contact reception to request further information. You will require ID to register.  For further information please read the practice newsletter.

(Site updated 05/04/2019)
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