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Due to a telephone system upgrade, our practice phone number has changed.

Our new phone number, effective from 8.00am on Friday 6th December 2019 is 0161 983 0600

This number is for appointments and general patient enquiries. Please update your records accordingly.

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Please note that our practices will be closed for staff training between 1.00pm and 4.00pm on Wednesday 18th December 2019.  We will be open as normal before and after these times.



We have upgraded our telephone system. As a result the practice telephone number has now changed.

Our new number for appointments, enquiries etc. is 0161 983 0600.

Please update your records accordingly.



PATIENT NOTICE 20 NOVEMBER 2019: Update to SPCT Home Visit Policy

We have recently updated our practice home visits system.  Please go to Appointments and then Home Visits from the menu at the top of this website to view the new process.



August 2018: Be Clear on Cancer: Blood In Pee Campaign

Blood in your pee is a key symptom of bladder and kidney cancer 

Other bladder cancer symptoms can include:

  • Cystitis (a urinary tract infection) that is difficult to treat or comes back quickly after treatment
  • Pain when peeing

Other kidney cancer symptoms include:

  • A pain that doesn’t go away, either in the tummy or in the side below the ribs
  • Weight loss

If you have any of the above symptoms, please book in to see us.


We're recruiting!....

We have a variety of clinical roles available across out expanding services, check out our Vacancies page and find out if we have what you are looking for.


Jun 2018: Cervical Cancer Awareness

1 in 4 women don't attend their Smear test! We want to help change this! Make sure you book your appointment for this life saving test. Ring us after 10:00am to book an appointment with the Practice Nurse. For more information check out the excellent work are doing and how you can help.


Health and Social Care is Changing in Salford…..Tell us what you think!

Salford Together is a partnership between the NHS and City Council in Salford. This partnership is transforming the health and social care system in Salford by bringing the services of GPs, nursing, social care, mental health, community services and voluntary organisations into a more joined up system that focuses on a person’s individual needs and provides them with the support to manage their own care.

But we can’t do this without your help. We want to know what you think about our plans and what’s important to you so we can focus on what works best for our communities.

Please take a few minutes to tell us what you think about our plans by completing a questionnaire... and you could be in with a chance to attend a VIP event, hosted by Key 103 radio with special guests. You can find out more about our plans by watching our animated video

If you want to continue to find out what is happening in health and social care in Salford, keep an eye on the Salford Together website – follow us on Twitter @SalfordTogether or on Facebook - Salford Together


Join Our Patient Participation Group

Each of our sites has a Patient Participation Group that meet regularly to discuss local, practice and company related news. We would love for you to attend and to give us feedback. Please speak to a receptionist for more details.


GMGPN Awards

Congratulations to all our staff for winning 2 prestigious awards at the 2018 GMGPN awards.

We won the Innovative Training Practice of the year award and Primary Care Transforming Services award for which we were nominated by Salford CCG.

Well done to everyone for all their input and contributing to our fantastic services. This demonstrates SHM's commitment to innovation and to improving services across Salford.


Nursing Awards 2  Nursing Award 1

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