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Welcome to Bolton Community Practice, Community Interest Company.             

                                                                          

        Meet Our Teams

 

Bolton Community Practice Community Interest Company is a Social Enterprise Organisation. This means that staff and patients are actively involved in the development of the practice and its services.

We offer a high quality and flexible service that aims to meet your needs. We will care for patients from all over the Borough of Bolton. We do not have a practice boundary, so if you live in Bolton you can register with us.

We are a Dementia Friendly Organisation.

We have 4 sites and patients who are registered with the practice are welcome to attend any site and may attend different sites at different times.

If you are already a patient, you can still visit your original practice and see your preferred doctor or nurse if this suits you.

All Our branch sites are open from 8 am - 6.30 pm Monday to Friday and our Astley Dale branch have extended opening times 8 am - 8 pm on a Wednesday and 8 am - 12.30 on Saturday morning (This is highly utilised by all our patients).  

All our sites have wheelchair access, but Market Surgery has two upstairs consulting rooms, which are not suitable for all patients. Please be aware of this when making your appointment.

At Bolton Community Practice our mission is:

"To be recognised locally and nationally by our patients, staff and commissioners as a centre of excellence."

Our values are:

"To recognise and respect diversity and difference amongst our patients."

"To deliver the service we would like to receive ourselves."

"To be a professional, respectful and caring team at all times."

"To ensure our patients are always treated with dignity and respect."


Patient Advisory Group   

Email:bolton.communitypractice@nhs.net  

                    

 

 
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