We are pleased to advise that we are now starting to contact those patients who are in Group 6 – Adults age 16-65 in an at risk group.
We have started sending invitations via text message to our eligible patients – your text message will come from Flixton Road Medical Centre.
Please note that we do not send email invitations for your Covid vaccination.
The practice will be closed on Wednesday 24th February 2021 to enable us to redirect our team to deliver COVID vaccinations. If you require medical help please contact NHS 111 or our out of hours provider Mastercall on 0161 476 2299.
Sometimes it can be tricky to know if your symptoms are just a typical winter cough or the start of the symptoms of COVID-19. If you have any of the symptoms of coronavirus, you and your family should isolate, and the person with symptoms should apply for a test. If you don’t have symptoms, you should not apply for a test. https://www.itv.com/news/2020-09-17/coronavirus-how-to-spot-the-difference-between-a-cold-and-covid-19-symptoms
Loss of taste and smell, having a fever and a cough are all symptoms of coronavirus. If you have any of these symptoms, you should follow the guidance set out here: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
For all GP contacts, please use AskMyGP which makes it faster, and easier for you to get our help. Simply click the AskMyGP logo on the home screen of our website or follow this link https://my.askmygp.uk/?c=P91029#/intro
The AskMyGp service is available from 7am – 6.30pm Monday to Friday (excluding Bank Holidays). We aim to respond to your request within 24-48 working hours.
With immediate effect, anyone who attends the practice will be asked to wear a face mask or face covering to prevent the spread of Covid-19, unless you meet the exemption criteria set by the government as detailed in the link below:
If you do not have a mask or face covering, you will be supplied one by the surgery.
Please also attend alone where possible in order to maintain social distancing rules and do not arrive more than 5 minutes before your scheduled appointment time.
We are committed to putting patients’ needs at the heart of everything we do and providing friendly, high quality, efficient and effective care.
Our team of healthcare professionals and staff provide a range of services – from antenatal and diabetes clinic to vaccinations – and link to Trafford’s health community to ensure patients are supported with expert teams including health visitors, community midwives, specialist nurses and counsellors.
Additional evening and weekend appointments are available to Trafford patients to see a GP, Nurse or Phlebotomist between 18:30 and 20:00 Monday to Friday and between 09:00 and 13.00 Saturday and Sunday mornings.
Alternatively, patients may attend the Walk-In Centre at Trafford General Hospital which is open daily from 08:00 to 20:00.