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Feb 2020 - we are experiencing extremely high demand during the winter period.   We apologise for delays with routine appointments. 

**FLU VACCINES ARE STILL AVAILABLE - FREE FOR PATIENTS 65 AND OVER OR IN A CLINICAL 'AT RISK' GROUP OR AGED 2 OR 3.**

 

WE HAVE A MENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER, MUSCULOSKELETAL PRACTITIONER AND A PHARMACIST WORKING AT THE PRACTICE.  THESE SPECIALIST PRACTITIONERS ARE AVAILABLE TO BOOK APPOINTMENTS WITH.  THE RECEPTIONIST WILL ASK BRIEF QUESTIONS IN ORDER TO DIRECT YOU TO THE APPROPRIATE CLINICIAN - THIS INFORMATION REMAINS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL TELEPHONE CALLS ARE RECORDED FOR TRAINING, MONITORING AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION PURPOSES. 

 

 

 

Victims of Abuse

Victims of abuse often find it difficult to tell someone that they are being abused.  Confidential help is available.  You may find it useful to seek help from one of the following organisations:

Sexual Abuse:
Beacon - 01204 546100 (general counselling)
Simeon Centre - 01204 387363 (general counselling)
Sexual Assault Reference Centre - 0161 276 6515
 
Samaritans - 01204 521200
 
Child Abuse:
NSPCC - 0808 800 5000
Childline - 0800 1111
Bully Free Zone (for bullying) - 01204 454948

Female Genital Mutilation

24 hour anonymous free helpline: 0800 028 3550

 
FGM

Domestic Abuse:
Fort Alice - 01204 525648
National Domestic Violence Helpline - 0808 2000 247

Bolton`s psychological health and well being alliance provide counselling for stress/abuse/family relationships/anxiety/bereavement/anger and depression. Patients can self refer - 01204 867000.
 
For help and support local contacts include:
 www.bolton.gov.uk & search for domestic violence
www.boltondomesticviolence.co.uk

 

 



 
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