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We now only open on alternate Saturday mornings!!!

If you need faster easier access to our services register for online access by calling into the surgery for a registration form.

Enjoy gardening? call in and become a member of our new gardening group  - local people who are joining forces to transform the green space outside our practice.

Please only ring in the afternoon between 1pm and 4pm for test results - 0161 881 4545 option 2.

New Patient Registrationregister_now

Persons residing within the practice area are welcome to join the practice. We welcome patients of all ages and backgrounds and aim to provide excellent care without discrimination.

New patients living in the catchment area can register after completing the necessary registration form (GMS1), bringing any requested proof of residency and entitlement to NHS care and attending the registration clinic with the health care assistant. You will be provided with a New Patient Information Booklet upon registering.

New Patient Registration Form

Practice Boundaries

Western boundary Norwood Rd,Stretford, moving north to Kings Rd and Seymour Grove, east to Upper Chorlton Rd, College Rd in Whalley Range to eastern border Withington Rd. Then south to Mauldeth Rd West and Hardy Lane in Chorlton. The southwest boundary is Chorlton Meadows.

Out of Area Registrations

We may consider your request to register even if you live outside our Practice boundaries. This is because it may be more convienient for you to register with a Practice near to your place of work for example. We will do this on the basis that you will be unable to recieve home visits from our Practice, and these will be provided where necessary, by a surgery close to your home.

It is important to remember that if you are likely to require more than 2 home visits per year, or you have complex health needs that require intensive support, that your out of are registration will be refused.

Out of Area Information to Patients

Changes to Personal Details

Please let us know as soon as possible if your name, address or telephone number changes.

If you move out of our practice area, you may need to register with a more local GP practice.

A Guide to Patient Services

The publication is part of a push by the NHS as a whole to encourage you to understand how you can get the most out of primary care – which also includes how you can become more involved in monitoring your own health.

pdf Download A Patient Guide to GP Services

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