HELP US HELP YOU
This December, NHS England and NHS Improvement has launched the next phase of the latest ‘Help Us, Help You’ campaign which focuses on the NHS 111 service as a new way to access A&E.
If you have an urgent but not life-threatening medical need, make sure you contact NHS 111 first rather than going straight to A&E. If you do need urgent care, then NHS 111 can now book you in to be seen quickly and safely in A&E. As well as this, NHS 111 is also able to direct to or book an appointment at Urgent Treatment Centres, GP surgeries, pharmacies, emergency dental services and walk-in clinics.
Contacting 111 first will also help the NHS to keep you safe by maintaining social distancing and ensure that you receive the right care in the right place, in a more timely and safe way.
If you or your loved one have a life-threatening illness or injury then you should always use 999 and if you do arrive at A&E without contacting NHS 111 you will still receive medical care, with emergency treatments prioritised.
Just think 111 first. When you think you need A&E, contact NHS 111 by phone or online
Sorrel Bank Medical Practice in Salford provides the highest quality healthcare to patients in the area. Our doctors, nurses and all our other staff are dedicated to offering a professional service and this surgery website will help us to keep all our patients up to date with news and information about our Practice.
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.
Please be informed that your Named Allocated GP is the doctor you are registered with here at Sorrel Bank Medical Practice. Please ask reception staff if you would like to know which doctor this is.
Bolton Road Surgery
There is a substantial car park and also road parking available.
The practice accepts no liability for patients parking cars on the car park surrounding the surgery premises.
Cars are parked at the owners risk.
The car park is free and there is no time limit.
Victoria Road Surgery
There is no car park at the Victoria Road Surgery. Parking is very limited. Patients may park on Victoria Road for a maximum of 30 minutes without a permit, but the Traffic Wardens are very keen. If you think you may be more than 30 minutes in the surgery, a parking permit may be obtained from reception but you will have to leave your keys to ensure return of the permit when leaving.
There is one disabled parking bay in front of the building which does not need a permit, but may only be used by disabled patients.