GM Residents advised to only call 999 or attend Accident and Emergency Departments if a condition is a life-threatening emergency | Greater Manchester Integrated Care Partnership
Health advice by Professor Jane Eddleston, Greater Manchester Medical Executive lead for acute care: “The first day back after the Christmas break is always busy for NHS services but today has been beyond anything we have experienced before. We are making an urgent plea to the public in Greater Manchester to only call 999 or...
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In partnership with Doctors of the World UK, we will ensure that our practice offers a welcoming space for everyone who seeks to use our services.
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General practice is here for you for longer as routine appointments become available on evenings and weekends
Our practice is working together with Salford Primary Care together to offer patients evening and weekend appointments. Our current extended hours provision after 6:30pm will end and Blackfriars Medical Practice will close after this time Monday-Thursday.
From the 1st October Broughton Primary Care Network, groups of General Practices working together to deliver key health and care services, will be increasing access to pre-bookable, routine appointments at evenings and weekends across 3 sites.
Enhanced access appointments may include services like cervical screening, childhood vaccination clinics and health checks. People will be able to see a member of the general practice team, a GP, nurse or other health professional.
The appointments offered via enhanced access will be held at Blackfriars Medical Practice (Every Friday), Lower Broughton Health Centre and Newbury Green health Centre and may be with a different clinician than usual. This clinician will have access to your health records and will be able to treat you in the same way as we would.
You can access these appointments via our reception team.
We appreciate your support during this transition which is a national requirement for General Practice. We also welcome any feedback being emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have your Say on Practice Opening Times
From 1st October 2022, all GP practices are required on a local network basis to provide Enhanced Access times for patients
If you would like to comment, please scan the code below which will take you to a very short survey about this or you can use the link:
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Please note: The Building in which the practice is based, is undergoing essential work to remove the cladding from the apartments above. There will be scaffolding at the front of the building, this will not affect access to the practice, and we are open as normal
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