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Valentine Medical Centre, 2 Smethurst Street, Blackley, Manchester, M9 8PPTel: 0161 241 5480
We have recently increased the number of pre-bookable GP appointments. It should now be easier to book face-to-face and telephone appointments to see a GP up to a month in advance.
If you cannot attend your appointment please inform us in advance so we can allocate the appointment to somebody else.
OUT OF HOURS
If you telephone the surgery out of office hours your call will be directed to the Out of Hours Primary Care Centre (run by Go To Doc), alternatively you may contact them directly on 0161 336 3252.
This easy to use patient questionnaire has been validated for use in Primary Care.
It is used by your doctor to assess your level of physical activity.