- Please do not attend the surgery unless you have an appointment or have been asked to.
- Same day appointments can not be booked at reception. Please book online or call us.
- Please do not phone us between 8am - 10am unless for an appointment so patients needing appointments can get through quicker.
Booking an appointment for the same day should be reserved for patients needing more urgent on the day appointments. If your need is not urgent, please book a routine appointment to allow those acutely unwell to get more immediate help or support. Thank you.
Avoid the busy phone lines and book with ease from home. Book routine and same day appointments (same day slots visible from 8am on the day).
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GPs are often the default for every problem, but Pharmacists are also trained in lots of minor ailments from sore throats to constipation. Learn more about when you should see your pharmacist instead of your GP.
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There are lots of services available without needing to see a GP. These are wide ranging and include;
How does Focused Care work?
Patients are referred by practice staff, local community workers or even the police, when the usual care plan does not appear to be working. The Focused Care Practitioner then works with the patient’s household to begin to unpick situations, assessing need and using local health and community contacts in order to begin to bring stability to an often chaotic situation. They bring together agencies and patients, and also establish accountability for the patient and for the agencies involved, meaning that appointments are attended, practical support is provided and a glimmer of hope and change comes to that household.
See this brilliant video which explains the service more and see how they can help you.
Eventhough we try our best, we cannot always see everyone. In these instances, the NHS always has numerous options available to you. Local examples are:
The ‘Walk in’ service: Lindley House Medical Practice for routine walk-in patients 8am – 8pm located at Oldham ICC, New Radcliffe Street, Oldham, OL1 1NL.
The 7 Day access service: 6.30pm – 8pm daily (Monday –Friday) offers routine bookable appointments and will operate as usual during the Bank Holiday weekend. The number to call in advance and book an appointment is: 0161 934 2827.