FROM 31ST MARCH 2017 THE WALK IN SERVICE AT MIDDLETON HEALTH CENTRE WILL CLOSE PERMANENTLY.
FROM 1ST APRIL 2017 THE CORE OPENING HOURS FOR THE GP PRACTICE (REGISTERED PATIENTS) WILL CHANGE TO: 8AM TO 6.30PM MONDAY TO FRIDAY
IF YOU ARE REGISTERED WITH A GP IN HEYWOOD, MIDDLETON AND ROCHDALE YOU WILL BE ABLE TO BOOK EVENING AND WEEKEND GP APPOINTMENTS AT ONE OF THE EXTENDED “HUBS”
PLEASE CALL 0161 763 8292
|Day||Opens - Closes|
|REGISTERED PATIENTS SURGERY||Monday to Friday 8AM - 6.30PM|
|WALK IN SERVICE||CLOSED|
Our reception team is available to book appointments, deal with prescription requests and answer general questions whenever the practice is open.
Outside of opening hours please contact NHS 111 by calling 111 from any phone for non-emergency medical advice.
In an emergency please call 999.
ACCESS & PARKING
There is always access to the health centre during our opening hours, even when the shops are normally closed. After 5:00pm access into the Shopping Centre is via the entrance opposite the bus station, or via the roof top car park. If you have any concerns about access just give us a call.
There is no specific parking allocated for the Health Centre, patients can use the shopping Centre car park, or one of the local municipal car parks.
Middleton Shopping Centre is serviced by all major bus companies with direct links to Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale and Bury. To plan your journey by bus click here
Please be aware that charges may be applicable for your parking.
Middleton Health Centre operates out of a modern purpose built unit which is located within Middleton Shopping Centre. The unit has facilities for those who may need assistance. There are disabled toilets, accessible seating, hearing aid loops and the health centre is all on one level. Within the shopping centre there is disabled parking available and lifts to each floor.
We have a dedicated children’s waiting area to keep them entertained whilst waiting. We ask that parents supervise their children in the area whilst they are waiting. Within the children’s area there is also a section for women who may want to breast feed.