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7 Day Access

Please see our new page on the right with all the information relating to access to GP services 7 days a week

Height Weight and Blood Pressure Machine

We now have a new machine in the surgery that will measure your height, weight, BMI, blood pressure and pulse.  Please call in the surgery to use the machine any time we are open, it only takes a couple of minutes to get the results.  The machine will give you a print out of your results.

Named Accountable GP

As of 1st April 2015 all our registered patients have an allocated named GP to oversee their care.  Dr M A Ehsan is your named GP who has the overall responsibility for the care that the surgery provides to you.  You can still see any GP working at the Practice and please continue to book appointments as you do with any of our available GPs or nurse.

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Rochdale Health Alliance

 

In a time of change Health and Social Care across Greater Manchester is coming together to provide more efficient, cost effective healthcare and to encourage and engage the public in managing their own care where possible. GP practices across the borough who have historically worked independently have come together to work in a federated model to improve healthcare across the borough. Retaining their own identity and autonomy GP practices will work together and support community and hospital services including the public and voluntary sector to ensure healthcare is coordinated for the residents of the borough.

Rochdale Health Alliance was established in 2016 by GP practices from across the Rochdale Borough to streamline the way in which services are delivered. Each of the 3 area’s of the borough elected GP’s to represent their locality and become directors on the board. The board is supported by a management team who ensure the day to day functioning of the organisation.

 

http://rha.direct/



 
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