Opening Hours

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday
08:00am – 6:30pm

Saturday & Sunday

Please note prescriptions can only be collected between 8am and 6.30pm during weekdays as per our normal opening times

Extended Hours of Service

This is available for appointments from 8am and 6pm Saturday, Sunday and bank holidays for on the day GP appointments. 

Contact the usual practice number and you will be diverted directly.

Pre-bookable GP and Nursing appointments are also available – these can be arranged when speaking to the practice team to arrange a weekend appointment. 

The extended hours service is located at 2nd floor, Star Suite, Radcliffe Primary Care Centre, Radcliffe.

111 Service
Outside of GP Practice hours and the extended hours service, patients can dial 111 which is a free non emergency helpline with trained clinicians to help with symptoms and to give advice at any time.  If you need to be seen, your details are sent to BARDOC who will contact you direct.

Please do not ask to see a doctor out of hours unless you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.


Call 999 in an emergency.

Chest pains and/or shortness of breath is considered to be an emergency.

We are aware of the Government’s impending announcement on Monday 19th July regarding the relaxing of COVID-19 safety restrictions.
However, as a healthcare setting with significant footfall, we must prioritise the safety of our patients, community and staff. By necessity, we will have unwell and vulnerable patients on thepremises, and we must ensure that they are protected as much as possible.Therefore, the NHS and Public Health England have recommended, in line with Government guidance, that existing infection control measures are maintained, and we would ask our patients to please adhere to this guidance.

Therefore, we ask that all patients who attend the Practice for any reason wear a mask or face covering whilst in the building, to maintain a 2-metre social distance where possible, and continue to clean and sanitise your hands thoroughly on a regular basis.

We will continue to see patients face to face wherever clinically necessary, including for routine health checks and screening, as we have throughout the Pandemic.

We would ask all of our patients to continue to show the support and compassion they have demonstrated in spades over the past year and a half for those at greatest risk in our community, and we thank you for working with us to keep everyone as safe as possible.

Click HERE to watch a video about what you should and should not do when visiting the Surgery