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Patient Online Services

Did you know you can now book appointments online? You can also request repeat prescriptions, cancel appointments and update some of your details online. 

To register for this service, just give us your email address and we will send you a link. You only have to register once and you can start using the online services!

National Patient Survey Results 2019

We are very pleased to announce that Cherry Medical Practice was voted the 6th BEST PRACTICE in SALFORD in this year's patient survey. We were among the top scoring practices in the whole of England. These results can be seen on the MEN News Website. 

https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/gp-surgery-patient-experience-rankings-16853473

Cherry Medical Practice - MEN Results

PATIENT PARTICIPATION GROUP

Would you like to be part of our patient group? Would you like to let us know your views on our services? This is open to all patients registered at the surgery, of all ages. We would particularly welcome patients from ethnic minorities and the LGBT community. Please let reception know if you are interested in giving us feedback. For more information please look at the 'SERVICES' tab of the website. 

 

Cancelling your appointment

Please note that if appointments are cancelled with less than an hours' notice, this will be marked as a missed appointment as we do not have enough time to offer this appointment to another patient and thus the slot has been wasted. You can cancel appointments on the website or by ringing the reception desk.

EXTENDED HOURS APPOINTMENTS

From the 1st July 2019, the practice is now offering early morning and late evening appointments. The appointments at these times can be with the GPs, a telephone consultation or for the Healthcare Assistant clinic (blood tests am only, blood pressure checks, healthchecks).

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