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Latest News

Thursday closures

From April 2019 the practice will close at 1pm on the first Thursday of each month, future dates are listed under our opening times

NHS 111

With effect from 10th November 2015, NHS 111 will be the free to call out of hours service for urgent but not life threatening 999 health issues.  Patients will need to dial them directly on 111 and will no longer be able to ring the surgery number to be diverted directly to Go to Doc. This is a freephone number.

Named GP

The Practice is required by the Government to allocate all patients a named accountable GP. Patients will be notified of their named GP at the first appropriate interaction with the practice.  This does not prevent you from seeing any doctor in the practice.  Your named GP WILL NOT be available at all times and you may need to see an alternative doctor.

7 Day Opening


The practice has signed up to the 7 Day Access Services, which is provided by Oldham GP Federation.  This allows patients to book an appointment out of surgery hours, evenings and weekends.  Appointments are available:

ICC Hub, Intergrated Care Centre

Royton Hub, Royton & Crompton Family Practice, Royton Health & wellbeing Centre

Failsworth Hub, Medlock Medical, Failsworth Health Centre

Please contact 0161 934 2827 to arrange an appointment with this service.

Important Information about Pregabalin & Gabapentin

Are you taking gabapentin or pregabalin?
(Lyrica, Alzain, Neurontin)
The law is changing from 1 April 2019. Pregabalin and gabapentin are being reclassifed as controlled drugs.

Please click the link below for full information

Important changes to be aware of

Easter Closures

We will be closed on Good Friday - the 19th of April and  Easter Monday - the 22nd of April

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