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Please note: If a consultant at the hospital asks for tests the results will go back to that consultant at the hospital. 

The Doctors at the surgery do not get the results automatically.

If you are making an appointment to discuss any results please check with the receptionist that they are here to view.

Nurses Appointments


We are now able to offer patients nursing appointments from 7.00am every Wednesday morning and until 7.00pm on Thursday evening.


Nursing appointments are now available online. 


The appointment system will show what is available, for example a routine blood pressure check. If you need something else, or several different things, please contact the Surgery, so we may ask you what you need and make you an appointment of the correct length.

Types available are children's vaccinations, contraceptive injections, HPV vaccination against cervical cancer, BP checks, diabetes reviews (make sure you book your blood test in advance).  

For contraceptive pill checks please ring for an appointment so your prescription can be signed by a Dr before you attend.

By updating your address, telephone and email, we will be able to contact you more quickly with any important information. Please use the link at the bottom of the page


Welcome to Heaton Medical Centre

Heaton Medical Centre is home to an NHS general practice providing a comprehensive range of medical services within friendly, comfortable and modern purpose-built premises.  There is a car park, easy access for the less mobile, with all consulting rooms on the ground floor, and facilities for disabled people and families with toddlers and babies. There is a pharmacy at the practice to dispense your prescriptions.

From July 2014 the Practice will be changing


Wednesday afternoon closing time to


1pm - 2pm






          Asthmatic, COPD, Diabetic, Immunosuppressed,Carer

or Over 65yrs old.

Please contact the surgery to arrange an appointment. 

Appointments are available from 24th September 2014.


For a map of how to find us click here

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We are currently accepting patients in most areas of Heaton, Lostock, Ladybridge and Smithills we extend towards Horwich and Halliwell. If you wish to register as a new patient at this practice you can collect forms from the reception - or click here

The doctors and staff at Heaton Medical Centre are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.

We are keen to hear the opinions of our patient's; we would like your involvement. Help us to provide a good service for our registered patients.

Follow this link to register with our Patient Participation Group .


Online Services - Remember to bookmark this page

We have developed a new range of services for you to use over the internet. You can now update your contact details and personal information with the links below.  Once you have created an account you will be able to book and cancel appointments with your doctor. If you are on regular repeat medication you will be able to request a prescription.  For security reasons we ask patients to request access to our on-line services personally either by coming into the surgery or by telephone.  Our staff will ask you questions to validate your identity, you will then be issued with details of your username and password to enable you to access all our online services.

Travel Clinic and Yellow Fever Centre

We offer a comprehensive Travel Health Service.  We will check your requirements and if you need any vaccinations or malaria prescriptions we can arrange appointments for all your needs, including Yellow Fever.  This service is available to our patients or if you are registered elsewhere.  Click here for more details.
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