We have launched a great new way to get in touch with us – AccuRx. AccuRx is a quick and easy way to contact our medical and reception teams. Here are some of the things you can do, all without phoning us or coming into the clinic: Get help with new medical symptoms Ask a question … Read more
Urgent Dental Care & How it works
We are aware that there is on-going discussion regarding the new building and concern regarding it following recent events. We are not in a position to comment further. We are thankful for the support of all our patients and we are working hard to find a way forward. If you would like to show your … Read more
Hospitals in Greater Manchester are starting to resume non-urgent surgery and appointments. If your appointment or surgery was recently postponed, please wait to hear from the hospital when they are able to reschedule you. There is no need to contact the hospital or your GP practice for this information. At the beginning of January, the … Read more
From 19th July 2021, with the end of national restrictions, the government have asked GP practices to take more responsibility for keeping our patients and staff safe. Here’s how we intend to do this. PHE guidance put in place for the pandemic sets out the need for all patients, staff, and visitors to wear face … Read more
The Village Medical Practice will be closed for half day training on Thursday 14th July 2022 , all calls after 1pm will be re-directed to the out of hours service. We will re-open as normal on Friday 15th July 2022 at 8.00am.
Due to the pandemic, the Walk-in Centre (WiC) based at the Integrated Care Centre (ICC) on New Radcliffe Street remains closed until further notice to protect patients, staff and public. The ICC now houses a COVID Assessment Centre which is open 8am until 8pm 7 days a week and cares for patients with potential COVID-19 symptoms. It also houses a … Read more
The Gastroenterology team in Manchester have asked us to update patients on the importance of attending your appointment at hospital. Patients have been asking us whether they should be concerned about the risk of infection when going to hospital. Our advice is that the risks of missing important diagnosis and treatment appointments are often higher … Read more