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Need to see a GP or Nurse between 6.30pm & 8.00pm Monday to Friday, between 4.00pm & 6.30pm on Wednesdays or Saturday or Sundays 10.00am to 4.00pm ?

Contact the new 'WIGAN GP EXTENDED HOURS' service on   01942 482848 

Website:   www.wigangpalliance.org

Appointments available every day and weekends

 You can also see a Nurse here for your Long Term Condition review (Asthma, COPD, Diabetes, IHD, Stroke, AF & Heart Failure) or a cervical smear test or contraceptive pill check. 

6.30pm - 8.00pm weekdays or 10.00am - 4.00pm Saturdays

 

 

 

If you would like to join our patient participation group please ask at reception for a registration form or you can complete a form online by clicking on the Sign Up Page Tab above.

Our Patient Participation Group Membership

All registered patients are welcome to join the PPG although, in the interests of effective decision making, membership of the core is limited to twelve. Specialist sub-groups may be formed to deal with specific topics utilising individual skills and interests. 

Our Practice and PPG is one of the local medical practices that comprise the TABA Group of Practices in the Tyldesley, Atherton, Boothstown and Astley Area (TABA)

TABA aims and objectives include:-

  • A consortium based Patient Liaison group in order to engage with its patients to work together on shaping future services in General practice.
  • Communication links with patients about services being delivered and issues relating to the delivery and use of them; this may or may not be directed by local or national policies.
  • The TABA  Patient Participation group ( made up of a patient representative from each of the TABA practices) aim to meet four times a year and during that time develop ways to meet and listen to the views of the patients in TABA practices.
 
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