Clinics and Services

Clinics and Services

We provide a range of services and clinics.

All Services

7 Day Access Service

The 7 Day Access Service will now be holding clinics at Royton Medical Centre every Monday and Wednesday from 6:30pm to


The practice asthma Leads are: Dr M Stewart (GP) and Shahin Zulfiqar (Practice Nurse). The practice offers patients with asthma:

Baby Clinic And Child Immunisations

The surgery runs a baby clinic every Thursday. The nurse at the practice carries out all vaccinations; you will need

Beacon Ultrasound Clinics

A referral from the GP must be obtained in order for an appointment to be arranged. The Beacon Ultrasound clinics

Comfort Calling Clinics

Our health care assistant currently has a comfort calling clinic for patients who are housebound, are vulnerable, have dementia patients,

District Nurses

You can call the district nurses on 0300 323 0464, who are based at Royton Health & Well-being Centre; there

Domestic Abuse Support

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and domestic abuse Please take note of the guidance – particularly of the advice for victims when ringing

Focus Care Support

Focused care comes to Greater Manchester and throughout the past ten years Hope Citadel has been working to improve the

Health Care Assistant

The health care assistants are fully trained in phlebotomy and various fields. You can see the health care assistants for

Homeless Friendly

If you are homeless or threatened with homelessness please telephone your local authority homeless service for support and advice. Please note

LGBT Support

We have achieved the GOLD Award for Pride in the Practice! Well done to all the team! Useful Links, Information

MIND (Active Monitoring Clinics)

Feeling stressed Anxious or fed up with life. An opportunity to talk to someone who’s there to listen. Active monitoring

Minor Surgery Clinic

Every 2 weeks on a Tuesday afternoon – by appointment only.

Musculoskeletal Clinic

We now offer a new in-house service with our MSK Practitioner on Wednesdays Mornings, 8am to 12pm. You will first

NHS Health Checks

This health check is to assess people aged between 40-74 to see if you are at risk of developing heart

Practice Nurse

The practice nurse can be seen for various health problems and advice, COPD reviews, smears, contraception, travel vaccinations, immunisations (flu, pneumonia,

Smear Tests

If you are aged 25 years you are now due your first smear test. If ages 28 – 65 years

Telephone Consultation

Please fill in the form below to request a telephone consultation. Please note that this is a request for a

Welfare Rights Clinics

Confidential support for patients who are having difficulties with benefit claims, appeals and much more.