We are proud to serve 16,000 patients across Eccles, Little Hulton, Charlestown and Lower Kersal via our three practices of Salford Primary Care Together (Eccles), Salford Primary Care Together (Little Hulton) and Salford Primary Care Together (Willow Tree). We also run the Homeless Service.
Registering with one of our practices
You can come in to one of our practices where our reception team will be able to assist you to register. You will be required to fill out a form, including a patient questionnaire about your medical history. It would be really helpful for reception staff, if you could bring some identification when you come in to register. All our premises are accessible for people who have disabilities.
For any of our practices, you can contact the Central Hub for appointment bookings and enquiries on 0161 212 5815. Telephone lines are open between 08:00 and 18:30 Monday – Friday. We offer on the day and pre-bookable appointments. To book a routine appointment, patients can use our online appointment booking services. To register, click here.
You can also use online services to order repeat prescriptions and access your medical records. For more information about online services, speak to a member of the practice reception team.
When you ring our practices to book an appointment, a member of the reception team may ask you a couple of questions about your needs to ensure you can get an appointment with the health professional most suited to your needs. This is called Care Navigation and you can find out more about this here.
Evening and Weekend appointments
Salford Primary Care Together runs the Salford Wide Extended Access Pilot. This means our GP practices are able to offer patients appointments later into the evening and on a Saturday or Sunday morning. The appointments are held at Pendleton Gateway, Eccles Gateway, Swinton Gateway, Walkden Gateway and Newbury Place Health Centre. Patients book these appointments in the normal way via their practice reception team.
Out of Hours
If you are worried about an urgent medical concern outside of opening hours, you can call 111, to speak to a fully trained adviser.
What services do we offer?
At our practices we provide a range of primary health care services, including:
- GP, Advanced Practitioner, Nurse & HCA appointments
- Telephone consultations
- Annual health checks
- Monitoring long-term conditions
- Medication reviews with our Practice Pharmacists
- Blood pressure checks
- Cervical screening
- Post-natal Mother and Baby checks (at 8 weeks)
- Antenatal clinics
- Baby clinics for immunisations
- Travel advice and immunisations
- Annual Flu / Pneumonia vaccinations for eligible patients
- Home visits (for housebound patients only)
- Private medical services, including HGV, PSV, taxi medicals and foster carer examinations
- SMS service for appointment and vaccination reminders
- Access to social prescribing
You can gain advice on other services in Salford, including advice on Self-Care by clicking here
Get involved with your practice
Each of our practices has a Patient Participation Group that meet regularly to discuss local, practice and company related news. We would love for you to attend and to give us feedback. Please speak to a receptionist for more details about joining the group and future meetings.
For more information on the opening times of our practices, please follow one of the links below.
Salford Primary Care Together (Eccles Gateway)
From April 1, 2019, Salford Primary Care Together is responsible for the Eccles Gateway Medical Centre. This practice will now be called Salford Primary Care Together (Eccles Gateway). The practice can be contacted on 0161 211 7039 and is open Monday to Friday 8am until 6.30pm. The Practice Manager is Lorna Griffo. Clinical Leads are Dr Clare Gibbons and Dr Chris Northcliffe.