Invitations for Covid-19 boosters will be sent to patients by national text message or letter from 20 September. You will be able to book a local appointment to attend the Life Centre for your Covid-19 booster dose as soon as our booking system is set up, which should be within the next week. We will send you a direct booking link or letter when the appointments are live.
We hope to be able to book your flu vaccination appointments soon.
At the moment, due to nationwide delays in flu vaccine deliveries, we’re unable to confirm clinic dates. However, we continue to plan the clinics and once delivery is confirmed in the next couple of weeks, we will invite you to book your appointment.
The surgery will be closed from 1pm on Wednesday 22 September (unless you have a pre-booked nurse appointment), for a Trafford-wide training event which all our GPs will be attending.
If you need Urgent Medical attention whilst we are closed that cannot wait until the surgery reopens, you can call MASTERCALL on 0161 476 2299 until 6.30pm. After this time then please call NHS 111 who will be able to direct you to an appropriate service. For all other routine matters, then please contact us again when we next open.
The surgery will re-open as usual at 8am on Thursday 23 September and phone lines at 8.30am. ASK MY GP will be available from 7am.
For information relating to COVID, including support for those recovering from the infection, please visit our COVID-19 page.
For information on services offering support on Mental Health for Adults, Young Adults & Children and Well Being Support for BAME Trafford residents, look here
Washway Road Medical Centre aims to provide its patients with a high standard of medical care in a safe, caring and professional manner.
The ethos of our practice is ‘to treat others how we ourselves would wish to be treated and to educate others to sustain good quality patient care”.