Welcome To Great Lever One
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Welcome to our practice website
Welcome to Great Lever One, providing primary care for Great Lever and surrounding areas. We hope you take your time to browse our website where you will find lots of useful information about the surgery and the services we offer.
We now offer an extended surgery on Monday evening form 6.30pm - 7.30pm. These appointments are primarily for patients who work and cannot attend during normal surgery hours. Please note the surgery telephone line on a Monday will close at 6.30pm.
You are now able to book a appointments at surgery to see a Mental Health Practitioner and MSK (Musculo-Skeletal) Practitioner. These practitioners are trained specifically in either mental health or joint and muscle problems. The appointment will last for 20 minute and be at Great Lever Health Centre.
Weekend and Evening Appointments
We now have routine GP and Nurse appointments available 7 days a week 6.30pm-9.30pm weekdays and at 9am-1pm Saturdays; Sundays and Bank Holidays. The appointment will be at either Royal Bolton Hospital Urgent Treatment Centre, Winifred Kettle Centre (Westhoughton) or Waters Meeting Health Centre. The appointment must be booked through the practice and you will be asked whether you consent for a Health Care professional to access your medical records. If this is not agreed you will be unable to use this service.
University Teaching Site
The staff here teach medical students to become doctors, so we would be very grateful if you could allow them to be present in your consultation.
- You are the most important part of their training
- Everything they see or discuss with you remains confidential, in the same way as with your GP.
If you prefer not to have a student present, or would like to give us feedback then please contact reception.
NHS Friends and Family