Holes Lane Surgery Tel: 01925 599855
Manchester Rd SurgeryTel: 01925 599855
The emergency GP is available from 8am until 6.30pm, although the doors of the surgery are opened at 8.30am and closed at 6pm.
The surgery closes for protected learning time (PLT) on the last Thursday of each month from 1pm excluding December.
08:30 - 12:15
Pre bookable, evening and weekend GP appointments to suit you
There are a wide range of GP appointments available to fit into your lifestyle.
Pre-bookable evening and weekend appointments with a local GP are available from 6pm-8pm Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm Saturdays and Sundays 10-2pm at Bath Street Health and Wellbeing Centre.
Easily accessible, the Health and Wellbeing Centre is in the town centre and accessible by public transport on the town’s main bus routes.
To access an extended access appointment, please call us and we will arrange the appointment for you.
Please be aware that you will need to consent to share your medical record with the GP who is on call in the Extended Access Service.
If need to see a GP when we are closed, please call NHS 111 for our out of hours service.
Please ring 111 for urgent (but not emergency) medical attention.
You will then be triaged to the appropriate service.
Make the right choice!
The NHS needs to make savings because of growing demand, with factors such as an ageing population putting the NHS under increasing pressure, making it almost impossible to go on as before.
Each attendance at A&E is individually charged to the PCT and ultimately to the patient's practice. Each attendance is charged at £55 - £101 (dependant upon the complexity of the case). Admissions and out-patient follow-ups are added to these costs.
Please avoid unnecessary use of A&E - When to see a GP
Such conditions can generally be safely managed by a GP, Practice Nurse and in some cases self management.
SMS Text Messaging Alerts
We have the facility to send reminders to patients who have given us their mobile telphone number and their consent.
You need to complete a consent form in order for this to happen. These are available from reception or you can print one out here and drop off at the surgery (a signature is required)
SMS Messaging Consent Form.
Please ask one of the receptionists for a form next time you are in surgery if you wish to use this facility - give it a try!
It is your responsibility to inform us if your mobile number changes. We are not liable if you have given us your consent to send sms text messages and the number we have is out of date.
The Merseyside & Cheshire Cancer Network was formed in 2000 and links together the organisations that provide care for people with cancer across Merseyside and Cheshire. The network covers a population of 2.3 million people.
We work closely with patients, carers, health professionals and managers to improve cancer services and to implement national and local NHS strategies.
The network harnesses the input of over 600 clinicians of all disciplines in all organisations (primary, secondary, public health and independent sector), 200 patient and carer representatives and a similar number of managers and related professionals (e.g. information analysts and health promotion specialists) in both commissioning and provider roles who collaborate to:
From April 2011, all of the clinical networks in Merseyside and Cheshire (cancer, cardiac, stroke, kidney, major trauma, neurosciences, critical care, neonatal care and end of life care) have been brought together under the same management structure to improve efficiency, make better use of resources and most importantly work together on cross cutting areas across the whole of the patients’ pathways.
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Please click on the link/s below to see flier/information:
Mens Cancer Support Group - The John Holt Cancer Foundation: mensgroup_Latest.pdf
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