Opening Hours

We are currently closed.


Telephone Lines

Our telephone lines are answered from 08:00-18:00, Monday to Friday.

Extended Hours

We now offer a late evening appointment with either a doctor or a nurse.

We hope that these will benefit our patients who find it difficult to visit us during the course of the normal working day.

The late evening session is usually on Wednesday from 18:30-20:00.

Please speak to reception if you would like to take advantage of this service.

Primary Care Manchester Hubs

We also to offer our patient evening and weekends appoints at one of our Primary Care Manchester Hub sites.

Primary Care Manchester is a federation of GPs practice of which West Gorton Medical Centre is a member. A hub is a local practice, chosen to deliver this service.

There are a variety of appointments available at the hub, including GP, nurse and health care assistant appointments.

Each clinician, with your consent has access to your medical records. These means they can provide you a similar service to you regular GP, nurse or health care assistant.

Please ask at reception for further details.

Out of Hours Service

Between 18:30 and 08:00, Monday to Friday, and all day at weekends and on Bank Holidays your call will be redirected to out of hours provider, Go To Doc.

You will still be able to access medical advice even when we are closed.

Here are a list of option and when and how to use them.

  • Call 111. NHS 111 is free to call from either you landline or mobile. NHS 111 will triage your problem and direct your call appropriately.
  • Visit the Choose Well Manchester Website for useful information on how to manage your own health.
  • Visit your local pharmacist. Your pharmacist maybe able to offer you free and confidential advice for minor ailments such as coughs, colds, rashes and tummy upsets, to name just a few.
  • Visit a walk-in centre. For information on local walk-in centres, please visit our Treatment Room.
  • Visit A&E. Please only use A&E if you have a true emergency or have had a severe accident.

A true emergency could be black outs, shortness of breath, chest pains, sever mental health issues etc.

A severe accident could a road traffic incident, a cut that will not stop bleeding, broken bones, a blow to the head etc.

  • Call 999 in an emergency if you feel you are unable to attend A&E on your own, or if you feel you need medical assistance at the scene.

Please call NHS 111 if you are unsure to call 999. NHS 111 will be able to dispatch an ambulance if needed.