Out of Hours

The surgery is closed on Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays
When the surgery is closed, out of hours calls are dealt with by NHS111. Telephone 111 and you will be directed to the most appropriate medical service for your health needs. 

Home Visits
Requests for home visits should be made before 10am If you need to speak to a doctor telephone in the morning before 11.00am 

Online Appointments

To access the website to book an appointment online please visit


Online Prescriptions
Order your repeat medication online!  Visit the prescriptions page for more details

important information

Monday morning is now book on the day appointments  Please telephone the surgery at 8.00am or call in to book an appointment for later that morning.

Friday morning is now book on the day appointments 

Please telephone on Friday for an appointment or call into the surgery.  You may be offered an appointment later in the mo

Out of Hours

The Surgery is closed on Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays


When the surgery is closed out of hours calls are dealt with by the NHS 111 service.

Calls to the NHS 111 service are free from both landlines and mobiles. Simply telephone 111 and your call will be dealt with by the NHS111 service.  They will direct you to the most appropriate service for your health needs.

Please remember the NHS111 service is for urgent medical problems which cannot wait until the surgery re-opens. CALLS TO THESE SERVICES ARE RECORDED

If you need general medical advice telephone NHS direct on 0845 4647  

You can also attend the Bury Urgent Care Centre Moorgate Primary Care Centre, Derby Way, Bury. Which is open daily from 7am - 10pm  or Prestwich Walk In Centre, Fairfax Road, Prestwich. which is open daily from  8am-8pm You do not need an appointment.

The Walk in Centre’s are run by a team of nurses trained to deal with minor illness. In the event of a medical emergency please telephone 999 for an ambulance.


Please note that the A&E Department at the hospital is for serious injuries or illnesses.  Generally you should visit an A&E Department for (source NHS Choices)

  • loss of consciousness
  • acute confused state
  • persistent severe chest pain
  • breathing difficulties



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