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Doctors

Dr Thomas Lynch (m)
MBChB MRCGP, Registered in Manchester 1980 Special Interest = Dermatology
Dr Timothy Isaac (m)
MBChB MRCGP DRCOG, Registered in Manchester 1980
Special Interest = Joint Injections
Dr Gillian Rink (f)
M.B.,B.Ch MRCGP, Registered in South Africa 1976
Special Interest = Cancer Care.
Dr Rink also works at Bolton Hospice.
Dr Steven Whittaker (m)
MBChB MRCGP, Registered in Manchester 2000 Special Interest = GP Trainer
Dr Maeve Hague (f)

MBChB, MRCGP, DCH. Registered in Manchester in July 2002

Special Interest = Women's Health and Paediatrics

Dr Jacqueline Thomas (f)

Mb ChB, MRCGP, DRCOG, BSc (Hons) MBBS Registered in London 2007

Special Interest - Women's Health

Dr Tara Breslin (f)

Mb ChB, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH.  Registered in Manchester 2007.

Special Interest = Women's Health and Palliative Care

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Book Your Next Appointment Online With Patient Access

Manage your appointments online, at home or at work.

Manage your appointments on the move with the free Patient Access App.

Ask at reception for details or visit www.patient.co.uk/access

Once you register for an account, you will need to complete your registration process by coming in to the surgery, with ID (preferably photographic) and see one of our reception team.

Order Repeat Prescriptions with Patient Access

Minimise your trips to the practice by requesting your prescriptions online.  You can view your repeat prescription list, request your prescription and then check the progress of your prescription.

Manage your prescriptions on the move with the free Patient Access App.

Ask at reception for details or visit www.patient.co.uk/access

Once you register for an account, you will need to complete your registration process by coming in to the surgery, with ID (preferably photographic) and see one of our reception team.

Patient Questionnaire Results

The results from our recent survey in February 2014 have now been published.  To view the results, please click on "Survey Results" below. 

The survey results will be discussed with our Patient Participation Group very soon, following which a Newsletter will be published.

 
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