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Edgworth SurgeryTel: 01204 856843
The SurgeryTel: 01204 462233
We are providing a new way for our patients to access self-help and advice, 24/7, 365 days a year by introducing online consultations. This allows patients to get information for a wide range of new or long term health conditions, and contact a GP online for non-urgent advice and information about treatment, without requiring an appointment. Once your query has been sent, you will receive a reply back within 48 hours from a Doctor advising of the best course of action for you based on your query. Please click on the link below to view the information available.
We provide Health Promotion services and clinics on the following:
Patients aged 75 years or over who would like an annual health check should make an appointment to see the Practice Nurse.
The Men ACWY Vaccine provides important protection.
Who is eligible for this vaccine:
Shingles vaccine ages:
Additional Services at Edgworth Medical Centre
We have a Musculoskeletal Assessment Clinic on a Wednesday afternoon and Friday morning. Any patients with a musculoskeletal problem e.g. bones, joints or soft tissue injuries. You do not need to see a G.P prior to booking into the musculoskeletal clinic.
The Musculoskeletal Practitioner is able to prescribe medication, perform joint and soft tissue steroid injections, refer for appropriate investigations such as X-rays, MRI scans, Ultrasound scans and blood tests or for consultant opinion.
Private Chiropody - Premier Podiatry
Edgworth residents will be able to utilise Premier Podiatry at Edgworth Medical Centre. This is a private service so it will be open to all Edgworth residents. If you would like more details or an appointment please ask one of our reception team either at Edgworth Medical centre or The Surgery at Egerton & Dunscar H.C. reception
McMillan Support Group
Community Outreach Support Hearing Aid drop In Session
Do you wear hearing aids provided by The Royal Bolton Hospital? I am here to help with:
For a FREE service and help
DROP - In and see me at Edgworth Medical Centre
3rd Tuesday of every month
Provide nursing advice and treatment for patients recently discharged from hospital and also care for the housebound
The practice has an attached Health visitor and is available to discuss health problems and runs the baby clinic.
Is responsible for providing your ante-natal care, delivering your baby and caring for you post-natally.
NHS Health Trainers have been specifically trained to motivate, support and advise people on how to get healthy, stay healthy and get the most out of life. They encourage people to change lifestyle behaviours which are known to cause ill health.
Our Health Trainers are based within GP Surgeries across the Borough. They specifically work with patients who are 45 years and over, who do not have any existing cardiovascular conditions such diabetes and heart disease.
Although you may be well at the moment, there are likely to be aspects of your lifestyle that could prevent you from staying well. If you smoke, do little or no physical activity, drink more than the recommended limits of alcohol or eat unhealthily then you could be putting yourself at risk of becoming ill in the future.
Small changes can make a big difference to people’s health and that is what Health Trainers are about. They will offer motivation and encouragement, and will help people to find and access the support and services they need.
Bolton’s Health Trainers are passionate about making a difference to people’s health and wellbeing.
Our practice has recently been working with the LGBT Foundation as part of the Pride in Practice training, for any of our patients who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. The LGBT Foundation, which is based in Manchester, can provide a wide range of help and services for people who feel they might need some additional support. Some of the services they offer include:
We have information in the waiting room about the LGBT Foundation, or you can reach them via telephone on 0345 3 30 30 30 or their website, www.lgbt.foundation.
We provide a number of private services such as:
Please note these are non NHS and a fee may be payable.
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