Dukinfield Medical Practice

20-22 Concord Way, Dukinfield, SK16 4DB | Tel: 0161 343 6382 | tgccg.dukinfieldmedicalpractice@nhs.net | Current time is 19:21 - Sorry we're closed. For assistance please ring 111.

83 Birch Lane , Dukinfield, SK16 4AJ | Tel: 0161 330 2039 | tgccg.dukinfieldmedicalpractice@nhs.net | Current time is 19:21 - Sorry, we're closed to patients during the pandemic.

Arrangements for flu jabs——-Please click on the coloured tile. (Updated 10th September)

General Information

At Dukinfield Medical Practice we offer a range of appointment types. Please see below for information on how to book these:

Telephone Consultations

NEW! Video Consultations

Routine GP/ANP appointments        (ANP = Advanced Nurse Practitioner)

All routine appointment requests are triaged. 

To request an appointment please complete an online consult.

Ignore the search box.  Instead, select one of the categories below it or “General Health Query” 

Why are we making these changes, see here

Urgent/Emergency Appointments
Please contact the surgery on 0161 343 6382 where your request will be triaged by one of our clinicians.

Nurse Appointments (Elizabeth/Chris/Claire)
If we have sent you a text/letter to book in for a review, please contact the surgery on 0161 343 6382
These appointments may include:
• Long term Disease Management
• Smears
• Immunisations
• Vaccinations
• Anticoag
• Spirometry (currently unavailable due to Covid-19)
• Contraception

Assistant Practitioner/ Health Care Assistant/Phlebotomist Appointments (Yvonne/Gill/Marie)
• Blood Tests
• ECG
• Blood Pressure
• B12
• New Patient Health Checks
• Lipid Monitoring

Home Visits
Home Visits are for housebound patients only.
Home visits should be requested before 11am.  The doctors can typically triage four patients in the practice in the time it takes to do a single home visit.  For this reason, we may offer a telephone or video consultation first.

How to help us help you…
In order for you to get the most from your appointment and to ensure you’re getting the best care, please:
Tell us what the problem is so we can book you with the most suitable clinician.
Complete the online consult form with as much detail as possible.
Tell us if there is more than ONE problem, as you may need more time for your appointment.
If you are offered a face-to-face appointment, please be on time for your appointment.
Ring us if you would like to cancel your appointment OR if you have registered for “Patient Access” you can cancel online. If you have received an appointment text reminder you can also cancel your appointment by text.

We are a training practice
At Dukinfield Medical Practice we pride ourselves on being involved in the teaching of medical students.
We undertake the teaching of GP registrars, undergraduate medical students and student nurses who may be present during your consultation. Please help us to train the health professionals of the future. With your consent, some consultations will be videoed.
If you do not want a student present please let us know.

(A GP registrar is a qualified doctor undergoing GP training.  They are known as ST1, ST2 or ST3 depending on which year of their three-year training they are in)

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 and Glossop Integrated Care Foundation Trust

Evening & Weekend Appointments

To improve access to general practice, evening and weekend appointments are now available.

Patients who are registered at this practice can now book an appointment to see a GP or nurse on weekday evenings (after 6.30pm) or at the weekends (on Saturday and Sunday).  These appointments will take place at another NHS site nearby. 

 This is part of a national drive to help improve access to general practice and get the best possible outcomes for patients. Further information is available at www.england.nhs.uk/gpaccess