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This contains details of staff changes, IT developments, local NHS changes affecting our services and how to make the best use of our appointment system.

Please reply to our Military Veteran Survey

Rochdale Health Alliance have asked us to identify all Military Veterans registered with us, as they may qualify for priority treatment in certain cases. If you receive a text message from us please respond accordingly, or let us know your service details.

Dr Alam Takes on Mountain Bike Challenge for Cancer Research

On 22nd July, Dr Alam completed a sponsored cycle ride to the top of Mount Snowdon, supported by a walking party led by Dr Rhodes, Denise Taylor and Anita Hamer. Together they have raised around £10000 for Cancer Research UK We congratulate them on a fantastic achevement -read more

Cancer advice sessions at the practice Mondays in August

Local cancer clinic nurses will be holding advice and awareness raising sessions in our waiting room on Mondays throughout August: 6th August - Presentation and Q&A session by Cancer Research UK at 1.30pm, 13th August - lung cancer, 20th August - breast cancer. Please come along, the sessions are free for all patients to attend.

Medicines prescribed by the hospital - A polite request

If you receive a prescription after a hospital appointment, please take it to the hospital pharmacy. We are funded for medication prescribed by them, and it wastes our doctors time to rewrite the prescriptions at the surgery.

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