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Haughton Thornley Medical Centres Urgent Care Information for Patients

Telephone Contacts
Haughton Vale Surgery

0161 3363005

Weekdays 8.00am 6.00pm Extended hours: 7am-8:30am on Thursdays for booked appointments only for people that work.Outside working hours the phone will automatically transfer to the Out-of-Hours Service.

Thornley House Medical Centre

0161 3677910

Weekdays 8.00am 6.00pm Extended hours: Wednesday morning 7:00am-7:50am, for booked appointments only for people that work.Outside working hours the phone will automatically transfer to the Out-of-Hours Service.

Out-of-Hours Service

0161 336 3252

Weekdays 6.00pm 8.00am; Weekends & Bank Holidays 24 hours

111

111

24 hours a day for non-Emergency calls

Emergency Service

999 or 112 from mobile

24 hours a day - Emergencies only

Other places for advice

NHS Walk-in Centre

0161 342 7000

Ashton Primary Care Centre, 193 Old Street, Ashton-under-Lyne OL6 7SR; 24 hours a day

Pharmacy Hyde Pharmacy

0161 351 1386

Thornley House Medical Centre, Thornley St, Hyde SK14 1JY

Pharmacy Lloyds Pharmacy

0161 368 5748

27 Market St, Hyde, SK14 2AD

Pharmacy Boots Pharmacy

0161 368 3205

1a Market Place, Hyde, SK14 2LX

Pharmacy The Co-Operative

0161 368 4195

1 The Square, Hyde, SK14 2QR

Pharmacy Boots Pharmacy

0161 368 4195

1a Market Place, Hyde, SK14 2LX

Pharmacy Asda Pharmacy

0161 882 5700

Water St, Hyde, SK14 1BD

Pharmacy Wain Sf and Sons

0161 336 1536

4 Tatton Rd, Haughton Green, Denton, M34 7PL

Local Treatment Centres
If in doubt as to where to go, Thornley House Medical Centre, Haughton Vale Surgery, 111, your local pharmacy or the Out-of-Hours Service can advise.

Surgery

Haughton Vale Surgery; Thornley House Medical Centre

Weekdays 8.00am - 6.00pm

Extended Access Clinics Thornley House Medical Centre
Ashton Primary Care centre
Glossop Primary Care Centre 
Monday till Friday 6:15am till 7:45pm
Saturday & Sunday 9:00am til 11:45pm

NHS Walk-in Centre

Ashton Primary Care Centre, 193 Old Street, Ashton-under-Lyne OL6 7SR

24 hours a day

Accident & Emergency Department

Tameside Hospital Foundation Trust

24 hours a day

Appropriate Conditions for Treatment
Pharmacy / Chemist Common minor ailments and advice on how to self care more for common conditions such as common cold, viruses, coughs, tonsillitis, flu, diarrhoea, vomiting, headaches, thrush, nappy rash, colic and medication reviews. You can get free advice quickly and if the pharmacist thinks you need to see a doctor or nurse, they will tell you so.

Haughton Vale Surgery; Thornley House Medical Centre

If possible, please book routine appointments on-line and only call the surgery after 8.00am for urgent appointments.

Extended Access Clinic:
Thornley House Medical Centre
Ashton Primary Care Centre
Glossop Primary Care Centre
Routine appointments available for patients who work and cannot get an appointment during the day time. Please note - you have to ring your own surgery during the day to book a routine appointment in the evening or at the weekends. This is not a drop in / walk-in surgery. Currently the clinic is only for GP appointments although there are plans to expand it to cover other GP services too including cervical smears

Walk-in Centre

For general advice and minor injuries and illnesses such as coughs and flu, strains and sprains.

GoToDoc Out of Hours For all urgent problems that are not life-threatening when the surgery is shut or closed for training purposes AND when you feel you cannot wait until the surgery opens again

Accident & Emergency

Please use A&E only for serious injuries and illnesses e.g. chest pains and suspected heart attacks, major trauma, breathing problems, abdominal pain and serious burns.

Other information

Dental Emergencies

Phone 0844 811 1020 to arrange an appointment for urgent or routine care in a practice as close to where you live as possible

Emergency Contraception

Please contact the surgery or your local pharmacy

Family and Children

Help families with behaviour problems, parenting support and promote healthy life styles, using a solution focused approach. Families can self refer by phoning 0161 342 5434



How to use your Doctor. You are free to see any Doctors at the surgery and are not restricted to your registered Doctor named on your NHS card. We find it helps with continuity if you see the same Doctor for each episode of illness.

At the surgery, consultations are mainly by appointment via the telephone. The doctor may ask you to come down to see them face to face at a mutually convenient time for up to 15 minutes. Patients should arrive in good time; the Doctor reserves the right to cancel any appointment that is 10 minutes overdue. We make every effort to deal with urgent problems on the same day.

Do You Know?

More and more people are going on to the internet as each day goes by. But do you know how many and at what rate and what impact that is having on the way we inform people? Here is a You Tube video made by some Sony researchers in 2008 which gives us some idea of what is really happening out there and why it is essential that we embrace this technology but also start to help patients and the public to understand information and services better so that you can look after yourself and your loved ones better!

Enjoy (and turn up the volume !).


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