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Wigan GPs Extended Hours -Need to see a GP or a Nurse between 6.30pm and 8.00pm Mon - Fri


or Sat -Sun between 10.0am and 4.00pm -Ring 01942 482848 www.wiganalliance.org




























































WHEN WE ARE CLOSED

The surgery is closed at lunch time between 1pm and 2pm, Monday Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, if you require medical assistance that cannot wait until we re-open please ring 07501 47779

The surgery closes at 1pm on a Wednesday, if you require medical assistance between 1pm and 6.30pm please ring 01942 829911, after 6.30 please ring 1-1-1.

The surgery is closed weekdays between 6.30pm to 8.00am.  If you require medical assistance that cannot wait until the surgery re-opens, please hang up and call 1-1-1.

Calls to the NHS 111 service are free from landlines and mobiles

Information about NHS 111

If your condition is urgent or life threatening then please ring the emergency services.

EXTENDED APPOINTMENT ACCESS PROVIDED BY WIGAN FEDERATIONS WORKING TOGETHER

The Wigan GP Extended Hours now offer appointments with Nurses for a variety of services and reviews between 18.30pm and 20.00pm weekdays and between 10.00am and 4.00pm on Saturdays.  To get an appointment during these times, Wigan Patients can ring 01942 482848.

Appointments with the Nurse are for:- Smears, Contraception pill checks (not depo provera injections), Long term conditions, COPD Reviews, Asthma Reviews, Diabetic Reviews (bloods to be done a few days before the review), Peripheral Arterial Disease REviews, Ischaemic Heart disease Reviews (bloods to be done a few days before), Stroke REviews, Atrial Fibrillation Reviews, Heart Failure Reviews.

 

PATIENT PARTICIPATION GROUP

ANNUAL REPORT 2014 -2015

PPG Annual Report 2014 - 2015

PPG NEWSLETTER JUNE 2015 

PPG NEWSLETTER SPRING 2016

ONLINE ACCESS TO YOUR MEDICAL RECORDS

Patients can now register to use the following online services:-

View a summary of your medical records, book routine appointments or cancel appointments, order repeat prescriptions.  To use this facility please contact the receptionist to register.  You will be given a user name and and password.  

Please note that patients who order repeat medication through this website are advised to register for the Online Service,

EMIS Access. https://patient.access.co.uk

PRACTICE INFORMATION LEAFLET JUNE 2015

FRIENDS AND FAMILY TEST

The NHS Friends and Family test is an important opportunity for you to provide feedback on the care and treatment that you receive and to improve services.  Commencing 24th November you may be asked to complete a questionnaire, this is voluntary, just a couple of questions and space for any comments that you may wish to leave.  Your feedback will provide valuable information for the practice to identify opportunities to improve and hopefully to celebrate good practice.

Please post your questionnaire in the box provided on reception

FRIENDS AND FAMILY RESULTS APRIL 2016

PPG SELF HELP LEAFLET

CHILDHOOD ILLNESSES

NEW MUMS LEAFLET

We are a GP Training practice

As a result of the high standards of clinical care and education we offer, our practice is accredited as a Training practice for the training of new doctors. Training offers significant benefits to the doctors, staff and patients, the presence of additional doctors offers easier access to appointments.

What is a GP Registrar?

GP Registrars are fully qualified doctors who are in the final year of training to be a GP.

Part of the training process requires some of the consultations with the GP Registrar to be recorded. Please be reassured that your consent will be sought before this is done, and if you do not wish your consultation to be recorded on video, we will respect your wishes. Intimate physical examinations will never be recorded.

 

(Site updated 12/07/2016)
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