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Peel GPsTownside Primary Care CentreKnowsley StreetBury, BL9 0SNTel: 0161 762 1515
New Opening times from Monday, 5th December 2016
Monday - Friday 08:00-6:30pm
Early morning appointments from
8:10 am with the Practice Nurses
From Monday, 6th December 2016 - Our telephone lines will be operational
Monday - Friday between the hours of 8:00 am - 6:30 pm.
Every 4th Wednesday of each month we close from 1:00 pm - 3:30pm for group learning and training sessions. Should you have a medical emergency during this time, all telephone calls to 0161 762 1515 are automatically diverted to BARDOC. The GPs are on-call and will promptly respond to your emergency call.
Most of the GPs are full- time. Dr Nawila Aslam is part-time. Sister Rowlands and HCA Barrett are full-time. Sister Iannaccone is part-time. We request that you contact us for up to date information on days and times of surgeries/clinics and to make an appointment.
You are able to pre-book your appointments normally 6-8weeks in advance.
During this time you will be able to contact NHS 111 Service
Dial 111 - A team of trained advisers, supported by experienced nurses and paramedics will ask questions to assess your symptoms, give advice or direct you to a local healthcare service.
If you feel it is a medical emergency, you can attend A&E or telephone 999 for an emergency ambulance. The nearest A&E department is located at Faifield General Hospital, Bury.
NHS Walk-in Centres
From 1st July, the Bury and Prestwich Walk-in Centre services opening times, until the end of March 2018, have been confirmed as follows:
Bury WIC, 1st Floor Moorgate Primary Care Centre, 22 Derby Way, Bury BL9 0NJ
Open from 7a.m. to 3 p.m. seven days a week (last check in is 30 minutes prior to closing to allow staff to effectively and appropriately assess people).
Prestwich WIC, Fairfax Road, Prestwich M25 1BT
Open from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week (last check in is 30 minutes prior to closing to allow staff to effectively and appropriately assess people).
The service runs 7 days and is available to all Patients registered with a GP Practice in Bury. This provides convenient access to Patients who find attending their GP during regular working hours difficult and can be booked through their own Practice. Visit NHS Bury CCG for more information on this service. Click here
The service venues are:
*The new service is a clinic based service only and home visits are not available*
Hours of Opening:
Clinical staff available: