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Latest News

25th September 2019 - A number of 

patients have called to say that they have

received a suspicious email notification

from the practice email: 

We have reported this to NHS Mail who

have advised that this email

should be deleted without opening it.

We apologise for any inconvenience. 

If you are eligible for a Seasonal 

Flu Vaccination please contact reception

to make an appointment 

Please read our Newsletter

for information about our new GP

and changes to the repeat prescription service

New service for young people in Trafford

Welcome to Youthwatch Trafford

If you are aged under 21 and you live in Trafford, this is your

trusted guide to local health and care services 

brought to you by Healthwatch Trafford's

Media Squad, at team of local volunteers aged 13-18.

If you have any problems or questions about

your physical , mental or sexual health or your

(or your family's) care , then please follow the link

New Self Check In Machine for Patients

Please try our Self Check In Machine
the next time you attend the surgery
for an appointment

Reminder: Travel is a private service so appointments are limited.

Therefore, travel questionnaires must be completed

and submitted to the practice at least 6 weeks before travel.

The practice nurses will not give out travel advice

or carry out travel risk assessements over the  telephone.

If you have any queries regarding the travel

service please contact the Practice Manager.

New Online Services

To register:

Please click on the link to Appointments

or  Prescriptions at the top of the home page

Online Services have been further

extended from April 2016

to include access to summary information

(Allergies, Medications & Adverse Reactions) and coded information

contained in your medical record

please ask at reception for details.




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