Appointments

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At Lambgates Health Centre we provide a range of appointment types. Please see below for information on how to book these:  

Routine GP/ANP appointments

All routine appointment requests are triaged , to request an appointment please complete an online consult

Urgent/Emergency Appointments

Please contact the surgery where your request will be triaged by the ONCALL GP 

Telephone Consultations 

NEW! Video Consultations

Nurse Appointments (Debbie/Diane)

  • Chronic Disease Management (Birthday Checks)
  • Smears            Immunisations          Vaccinations
  • INR                   Spirometry                Contraception

       

Assistant Practitioner Appointments (Clare/Hilary)

  • Blood Tests        Ear Syringes             ECG      Blood Pressure
  • B12                     Primary Prevention               Lipid Monitoring

 

Home Visits  

Home Visits are for housebound patients only. 

Home visits should be requested before 11 am. The doctors can typically see four patients in the practice in the time it takes to do a single home visit, for this reason, we ask that patients come to the practice if at all possible. However, we can visit you at home if your condition means that you cannot attend the practice.


Cancel Your Hospital Appointment Online

If you have a pending hospital appointment at Tameside General Hospital and want to cancel for any reason, rather than waiting in a queue on the telephone to speak to a patient advisor you can cancel it online. It takes less than 2 minutes to complete the cancellation form which will give you the option to either cancel and discharge yourself from the services OR cancel and rearrange your appointment. If you wish to cancel your hospital appointment follow the link below.

Click here to cancel your hospital appointment at Tameside General ONLY: https://www.tamesidehospital.nhs.uk/patients/outpatients/secure-outpatient--2.htm


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