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Dear Patient, We are aware that currently everyone is going through a difficult time with many people being directly affected with Covid-19 either with lock-down, shielding or self-isolating.  We would like to reassure you that we are providing telephone assessments both for acute illness and chronic conditions.  The hospital is continuing to provide suspected cancer assessments for people that have symptoms that may indicate underlying/sinister cause or malignancy.  Although this list is not all encompassing we would ask that you contact us as you normal would if you develop or are concerned about anything including:

- Unexplained weight loss,

- Concerns over altered bowel habit, especially if associated with blood,

- New lumps in the abdomen and abdominal pain,

- Coughs for more than 4 weeks,

- Coughing up blood,

- Swallowing problems especially if progressive,

- Blood in urine,

- Breast lumps,

- Post-menopausal bleeding,

- Any changes to moles that you are concerned about,

- Progressive headache especially if associated with other signs and symptoms,

- Jaundice (yellowing of skin),

- Unexplained bruising,

- Testicular lumps. 


If you haven't yet received your FIRST covid vaccination, jump aboard the Covid Bus at Bolton Medical Centre on Rupert Street on 14th April between 10am - 4pm and Olive Tree Primary School on 17th April between 10am - 4pm. You must be either 50 year or over, clinically extremely vulnerable,  living with a long term health condition or a carer to be eligible for the vaccination.



For further information and guidance please click on the following link. 

If you need an isolation notice for your employer please follow the following link.

Isolation Note

Patient Participation Group

The surgery is currently looking for new members to join.  Contact the surgery to express an interest in joining.  We hold between 2-4 meetings per year.


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