Welcome to Yorkshire Street Surgery
With patients' needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register, you’ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations.
Bank Holiday Closures
The surgery will be closed on the following bank holidays
Friday 1st January 2022
Friday 15th April 2022
Monday 18th April 20212
Monday 2nd May 2022
Thursday 2nd June 2022
Friday 3rd June 2022
Monday 29th August 2022
Monday 26th December 2022
Tuesday 27th December 2022
Men ACWY Vaccine
Teenagers and "fresher" students going to university for the first time are advised to have a vaccination to prevent meningitis and septicaemia, which can be deadly.
What is the Men ACWY vaccine?
The Men ACWY vaccine is given by a single injection into the upper arm and protects against four different strains of the meningococcal bacteria that cause meningitis and blood poisoning (septicaemia): A, C, W and Y.
At what age should teenagers and young people have the vaccine?
The Men ACWY vaccination is being offered to teenagers and also to first-time college and university students who haven't already had the vaccination.
Find out more about the injection here on NHS Choices.
Patient Participation Group
You can get involved in Patient Participation Group / sign up by contacting our Practice Manager, Halima Bari
How to make a complaint
Yorkshire Street Surgery is committed to delivering a professional, courteous and helpful service to our patients. If you are dissatisfied or wish to provide comments on any of our services please contact our Complaint handler: Karen Doolin.
It is not always necessary to see a GP. A nurse practitioner, practice nurse, health care assistant or practice pharmacist, or another service such as an Optician or Community Pharmacy, may be more appropriate and for this reason our receptionists have now been trained to cover a more diverse role and will now be working in the practice as Care Navigators. This is a role that is being introduced in ALL practices across Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale.
The purpose of this role is to advise patients and carers about the sources of help and advice which are most relevant to their reed. Active signposting is NOT a clinical consultation and it is not to make a diagnosis or plan treatment
This new approach is not about denying our patients an appointment but actually using signposting for precisely the opposite motive – to make it easier for patients who need to see a GP to get an appointment, while shortening the time it takes to connect patients with the most appropriate person.
To help you make the appointment, the Care Navigator will need to know a little about why you need an appointment and so will ask you some very brief questions. This is because the Care Navigators have a number of alternative types of appointments available to them, and they need to offer you the most appropriate appointment to deal with your problem. The most appropriate appointment may be with your GP for example, or perhaps with another member of the practice team