We offer a range of appointment times each day when the practice is open between 08:00 and 18:30, although not all clinicians are seeing patients constantly during these hours.
We are always reviewing our appointment system to ensure that we are meeting our patient demand where possible. We are currently operating a telephone triage system and you will be offered a face to face appointment if required after.
For urgent queries please contact the practice on 0161 224 2471 and your query will be assessed, and you will be placed on our emergency triage list. Triage is based on medical need rather than what may be convenient for you. If you are contacting the practice regarding an emergency or anything life threatening please contact 999.
For all non-urgent appointment requests at the practice please place a request by completing our Get Help For Any Health Problem form.
This form is open on the website 07:30 until 15:00 Monday to Friday excluding bank holidays. If you do not have access to the internet or need help completing the form please contact the practice on 0161 224 2471 and a member of our admin team will help you.
The practice clinical team consists of GPs, nurses, pharmacist, physician associates, mental health practitioners, focused care worker and an appointment could be made with any clinician.
To request an appointment with our nursing team please complete our Request an Appointment with a Nurse or Healthcare Assistant form.
If you require a medication review please complete our Medication Review form. Triage is based on medical need rather than what may be convenient for you.
Extended Access Service
We also have access to the extended hours service which provides clinical appointments from 18:00-20:30 Monday to Friday and Saturday and Sunday day time.
This may not be at your usual practice, but the GP or Health Care Professional who sees you will have access to your medical record and can issue prescriptions if required and deal with other matters appropriately should the need arise.
For more information on the Manchester Extended Access Service visit: