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Living well resources such as Smoking cessation, exercise and lifestyle https://www.livingwellrochdale.com/

National Domestic Violence Helpline: 0808 2000 247 https://www.nationaldahelpline.org.uk/

ICON: Babies cry: You can cope. http://iconcope.org/

Save Lives: Resources for domestic abuse and COVID. http://safelives.org.uk/ 

MEDICATION - Please do not order medication early, this will be rejected.   If you order an inhaler but have not had one in the last 12 months, you will be required a review by the Practice Nurse for a face to face appointment.

Please click the link for information regarding Breast Screening Here

Share for You supports organisations involved in your care in the Bury, Oldham, Heywood Middleton and Rochdale areas by giving professionals involved in your care access to the information they need to provide you with the best care possible.

Only professionals directly involved in your care will be able to see your personal information through Share for You. We will only access your Share for You record so that we can provide health and social care services to you.

You can opt out at any time if you prefer that we don’t share your care record to other health and social care services.

What is the Share for You Programme and what are the benefits?
The Share for You programme is now in its second phase and aims to help join up Health and Social Care Services we provide to you.

We aim to do this by securely sharing some of your personal data so that we can at an earlier stage plan more effectively a coordinated package of Health and Social Care services which meets your needs.


Next PPG meeting: details will be shared soon as we have now re-commenced the PPG meetings at the Village Medical Centre


RUclear is run by the NHS, FREE and offers confidential postal tests for people aged 16 to 24 years, for chlamydia and gonorrhea. Find out more on our Sexual Health Service page



You can now book GP appointments online ask at reception for more details

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