Contacting Your GP

If you wish to make contact with your GP may we ask that contact is either made via a pre-booked appointment or via the daily message book (please be aware not every GP is in everyday and messages may need to be forwarded to their next working day).

0161 983 6222

Generic email – [email protected]
Scripts email – [email protected]

At this moment in time we accept email requests for repeat prescriptions but this service CANNOT be used for any other queries relating to patient care.


At Beech House Medical Practice, as well as the reception desk at ground floor there is a first floor office where all the administration work is done. It is here that reception staff, secretaries, the prescription clerk and manager are based working from 8am to 6.45pm (phone lines close at 6pm) fulfilling all the administration responsibilities which are involved in running a large and busy medical practice. This includes answering phones, making appointments for patients when they phone in, telephoning patients with test results, and handling queries.

The staffing for the telephone system works as follows:

There is at least 1 receptionist on duty at the front desk at all times whilst the surgery is open and in addition to this between 2-4 members of staff (exact number depends on the rota) are upstairs throughout the day available to answer the phone.

The priority for the receptionist on the front desk is to deal with patient bookings and queries (please note due to the open plan nature of the reception area patient confidentiality is essential and some enquiries may be more suitable over the phone). The receptionist will also do their best in dealing with any of your prescription queries.

Depending on the nature of an incoming call it can take different amounts of time to complete before the receptionist can then answer the next incoming call.

During busy periods where contact with the surgery is difficult due to large income of calls we hope you understand that we are dealing with getting your call answered as soon as possible.

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