Helping patients find the right care at the right place and at the right time is vital to improving health inequalities across Salford.
Embracing change and seeking different ways of working will help our 10-member GP practices manage the increasing demands placed on our time and services. But, more importantly, expanding our roles will help us provide improved health and wellbeing support to over 83,500 patients in the Salford South East locality.
What does this mean for you?
Use the links below to learn more about the additional services and roles we use to improve and grow your health and well-being services in Salford South East PCN.
Improved accessibility and hours
- Overflow Hub
- Additional appointments outside of their regular opening hours (Starting October 2022)
Access to an expanding workforce of health & wellbeing professionals
- Social Prescribing
- Mental Health Practitioners
- First Contact Practitioners (Physiotherapy)
- Clinical Pharmacists
- Care Co-ordinators
In addition, our help and support section also offers a comprehensive directory of local and national health and well-being services.