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We no longer hold a well-baby clinic at the centre.  If you would like to have your baby weighed or discuss their health or development with a Health Visitor please ask at reception for detail of local clinics, or alternatively contact the Health Visiting Team on 0161 225 9274

CHILDHOOD IMMUNISATION CLINIC Wednesday 9.45 - 11.45 am by appointment only

This clinic is run by our Practice Nurses and you can bring your child along for their immunisations.  Appointments will be sent out by the Child Health Department for scheduled immunisation, or alternatively you can make an appointment at the desk.

1ST POINT OF CONTACT CLINIC Monday 9.00 am - 12.30pm 

This clinic is run by the midwife and is by appointment only.  You can now book into this clinic as soon as you know you are pregnant and the midwife will arrange all your ante-natal care.

BOOKING CLINIC Monday 2.00 pm - 3.00 pm

This is run by the midwife. At this clinic the midwife will take a booking history and blood tests. She will also discuss with you your choices for maternity care.  Once you have seen the midwife at the 1st point of contact clinic she will make you an appointment to attend this clinic. 

ANTENATAL CLINIC Monday 9.00 am - 12.30 pm

This is run by the midwife. Regular check-ups will help you to stay healthy during pregnancy. Once you have seen the midwife at the booking clinic she will make you an appointment to attend the ante-natal clinic.


This clinic is held on a Monday morning by appointment only. The clinic offers treatment and support for drug users. The services available are: - inpatient/ outpatient detox; rehabilitation centre referral; management of drug use; HIV/Hep counselling; relapse prevention and employment/education referral. Please see your doctor for referral to this clinic.


Available by appointment with Dr Harris or the practice nurses to help you to stay healthy; cervical smears or breast examinations can be performed if required. You may also get advice if you have a problem. An appointment can be made at the reception desk.


The practice nurse is available to give you advice about a healthier lifestyle e.g. diet, exercise, smoking, alcohol. She will also check your blood pressure and weight and perform further tests if appropriate e.g. blood cholesterol. Please make an appointment at the reception desk.


This clinic aims to improve the care of our diabetic patients and is run by Catherine Whitrow, practice nurse. Patients will be reviewed annually by invitation. If you wish to attend this clinic please see your doctor.


This is run by Mrs Hodges. The aims of this clinic are to help you to gain maximum benefit from your treatment, and to reduce the frequency of attacks. Please make an appointment at the reception desk.


This clinic is for patients with angina or who have had an heart attack. It is designed to help reduce risk factors and optimise medical treatment for your heart condition.


Please make an appointment at least eight weeks in advance of your holiday to ensure adequate cover. Not all immunisations and vaccinations are not covered by the NHS. Please see the page below for more information about which vaccines we can give. 

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