Telephone - 0161 237 9490
Fax - 0161 228​ 3164
Address - 55-59 Bloom Street, Manchester, M1 3LY
Email -
1. How can I register with the Practice?  

To find out if you are eligible to register and what information we need please visit the New Patient Information section of 
our website.

You can access this by clicking  here.
2. How can I get a repeat prescription?

The easiest way to request your repeat prescription is by signing up for Patient Online Access (for more 
information click  here).

You can also bring in your repeat prescription slip and leave this with reception or fax it to us.

We do not accept repeat prescription requests by e-mail or by telephone.
3. How do I book an appointment?

There are several ways to book appointments. This can be done by signing up for Patient Online Access (more information available here) or by contacting reception directly, either face to face or over the phone. We are unable to book appointments by email.​

  4. What types of clinics do your nurses offer?  
The nurses offer a variety of different appointments. For more information please visit  the Nurse Led Clinics section of  our  website by clicking  here.
 5. What information can I discuss during the Telephone Consultation time?
During the telephone consultations you can briefly discuss results, some medical complaints and requests for home visits.  
We do not accept calls for repeat prescriptions or administrative problems.

For more information please visit the Appointments section of the website by clicking  here.
 6. Can I get my results online?
You can see blood test and other selected test results by registering for Patient Online Access. You can find out more information by clicking here.
 7. Do you provide travel vaccinations and do I have to be registered to make an appointment?
We do provide travel vaccination dedicated appointments. You will need to be registered with the practice.  For more information please visit the Travel section of the website by clicking here.

 8. How can I make a complaint?
If you want to know how to make a complaint or would like to know how we deal with complaints please visit the Complaints section of the website by clicking here . 
 9. How can I dispose of my old medication?
Please take all your expired or unwanted medication to the pharmacy that dispensed it to you. We cannot dispose of 
medication within the practice.
 10. How can I get a private referral?
If you wish to be referred privately, please let your GP know at your appointment. We ask our patients to arrange these appointments themselves and let us know which Consultant to make the referral to (if appropriate). Once completed, our secretary can arrange for you to collect the referral from our reception area or we can fax this to your Consultant, if you provide us with their fax number.
 11. How can I find out when my hospital appointment is?
If you know which department and location your appointment is booked at then we advise you contact them directly. If you do not know the specifics of your appointment please contact our main contact number and speak to our medical secretary.  
 12. How can I request a sick note from my doctor?
We cannot issues a sick note for the first week of absence. Please contact reception to find out the best way to get a sick note.
13. How can I get my GP to countersign a document?  
If you want your GP to countersign your passport application or other documents, providing they have known you for a minimum of 2 years, please hand your form in at reception (please also see list of fees for non-NHS work on our  downloads page).
14. Can I register as a new patient if I live outside of the catchment area?
Unfortunately we have currently had to suspend our "Out of Area" scheme.

If you want to check if your address falls into our catchment area you can view a map and details here
15. Do you change dressings?
Unfortunately we do not offer dressing changes. 

If you need to have your dressing changed please contact the Dressing Clinic on 0161 236 5031.