Or by phone or in person at the reception desk.
Unless you request a specific doctor, you will be offered the next available appointment.
We offer a range of appointment times each day between 08:20 and 18:00, although not all doctors are seeing patients constantly during these hours.
- Dr Dunn: Pain Management and Diabetic Clinical Lead: In session Monday, Wednesday and Thursday
- Dr Webster: In session Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
- Dr Sayed: LARC clinic Monday, in session Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
We are currently reviewing our appointment system to ensure that we are meeting our patient demand where possible.
We currently operate a telephone triage service for minor ailments with our Nurse Practitioner, Sister Beal as well as having an on-call duty doctor session both morning and afternoon.
Triage is based on medical need rather than what may be convenient for you.
Our nursing team are highly skilled and it may be appropriate to see one of them rather than the doctor.
We have a Nurse Practitioner, a Practice Nurse and a Healthcare Assistant. Our Nurse Practitioner is trained to deal with minor illness and can prescribe medication where needed. The list below outlines some of the things that you can see our nursing team about.
- Dietary advice
- Smoking cessation advice
- Blood pressure monitoring
- Blood tests (these must have been recommended by a doctor first)
- Cervical smear tests
- Chronic disease monitoring for diabetes and heart disease
Extended Access Service
We also have access to the extended hours service which provides clinical appointments from 6.00 p.m. – 8.30 p.m. Monday – 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: