The surgery will be closed on the afternoon of Thursday 23rd March 2023 for Staff training. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Welcome to the website of
The Neville Family Medical Centre
This surgery website is used to present all our patients with up to date news and information about our practice. We will keep it current with any developments or other details that we feel are relevant to you.
As well as a source of information about our practice, the staff and the services we provide, we hope you will use this website as a useful resource for other health-related information. Please have a look around and do send us some feedback if you like. We can use your ideas to improve our online services and further develop the content of this site.
We are now on Social Media!
Many of you may have taken part in our recent Quality Improvement Patient Survey.
We listened to what you said - click on the link to see how we responded to your comments.
YOU SAID - WE DID!
You can see more about the survey results in our "have your say" tab.
First Contact Physio
This is a service that you can contact directly if you are having muscle pain, joint pain, back ache etc. Anything to do with your muscles, joints or bones. Remember, this is not just a physio service but a service which can prescribe medication, refer on for tests etc. This is the service that GPs will refer into so by going direct you can save time by bypassing your GP practice completeley. They can be contacted by phone on 0161 720 2321 or by email on email@example.com.
You can now self refer to Straight2physio, - Click on the link to complete your form Self referral form to Physiotherapy
From 1st October the Enhanced Access Service is available for Evening and Weekend appointments. These are available at Cheetham Hill Medical Centre and North Manchester General Hospital. For further details on the available services/locations and how to book please speak to Reception staff.
Video Consultations - Livi
You can speak to a GP via video consultation throughout the day and into the evening. It may not be a GP who works at your practice but it will be a GP who can access your records and is able to prescribe medication, order tests etc. Again, your GP surgery will be able to book these for you.
Community Pharmacist Consultation Service (CPCS)
You can book a direct consultation with a local qualified clinical pharmacist. They are able to deal with many minor ailments including coughs, colds, ear ache, sore throat, constipation etc. Your GP practice will send a referral directly to the community chemist and they will call you back within 2 hours to arrange a consult.
Have your say at our patient participation group
Would you like to be involved in how we improve our services at The Neville Family Medical Centre? We are recruiting for new members of our Patient Participation Group (PPG).
Find out more by clicking on our "Have your Say" tab
* Covid vaccination information
Please follow the link below to find out official information on the COVID vaccination:
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The Neville Family Medical Centre Statement of Purpose
The purpose of The Neville Family Medical Centre is to provide registered patients with the practice a personal health care of high quality and seek continuous improvement in the health status of the practice population overall.
We aim to achieve this by developing and maintaining a happy, sound practice which is responsive to patient’s needs and expectations and which reflects whenever possible the latest advances in primary health care.
A charter for the care of people nearing the end of their life
We want to offer people who are nearing the end of their life the highest quality care and support. We wish to help them live as well as they can, for as long as they can, therefore, if and when we need to we will…
- Help our patients think ahead to identify the choices they may face, assist them to record their decisions and do our best to ensure that their wishes are fulfilled, wherever possible, by all those who offer them care and support.
- Talk with them and the people who are important to them about their future needs. We will do this as often as they feel the need to, so that they can understand and prepare for everything that is likely to happen.
- Do all we can to help preserve their independence, dignity and sense of personal control throughout the course of their illness.
- Support the people who are important to them, both as they care for someone as they approach the end of life and with ongoing bereavement.
We also invite ideas and suggestions as to how we can improve the care and support that we deliver to our patients, the people who are important to them and others in similar situations.
For more information from your practice team please contact
Name: Jo McElroy Phone number: 0161 721 4865
(Site updated 20/03/2023)