When We Are Closed
Please see opening times for when the surgery closes for half day for training. Any calls during this time will be automatically redirected to the Go To Doc out of hours service
We are also closed for all UK Bank holidays, more details are available at the surgery
If you have an emergency when the surgery is closed (between 18:30 - 08:00 Monday-Friday or at weekend) you can use one of the following services:
If your emergency cannot wait until surgery opening, please ring the practice number where you will be advised that the surgery is now closed and if you require urgent medical assisstance and cannot wait until the surgery re-opens please hang up and call 111. Calls to 111 are free for both land lines and mobiles. If you have a life threatening medical emergency please dial 999.
The surgery will be open again from 8.00am the next normal working day
Did you know you can now book to see a GP in Oldham in the evening or at weekends.
6:30pm - 8pm Monday to Friday
10am-2pm Saturday and Sunday.
anyone registered with a Oldham GP will be able to choose from the appointments available across the borough.
This is not a walk in service. These are non-urgent and routine appointments must be booked in advance and may not be with your own GP.
Call 0161 934 2827 to book an appointment.
Oldham Urgent Care Centre - The NHS Oldham Urgent Care Centre is now part of the Oldham Integrated Care Centre on New Radcliffe Street right next to the bus station in Oldham town centre and it is open 7 days a week from 07:00 to 23:00 each day.
Telephone number is 0161 621 3737.
The centre is available for problems and services such as:
- Muscle and joint injuries - strains and sprains
- Superficial cuts and bruises
- Stomach upsets, constipation, vomiting and diarrhoea
- Minor rashes, sunburn, headlice and minor infections
- Coughs, colds and flu like symptoms
- Emergency contraception
- Superficial burns
- Respiratory problems
- Advice on how to stay healthy
Out-of-hours services are generally busy so please think carefully before asking to see a doctor and only do so if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.
In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.