Please note that receptionists are available during the opening hours mentioned above. The surgery opens Monday to Friday at 08:00 is closed from 18:30 each night. Surgery/clinic times do not follow the opening times and vary through the week.
We offer a variety of morning, afternoon and evening appointments throughout the week. The surgery times may differ from day to day. Please call the surgery on 0161 426 5198 to see the next available appointment. Or alternatively you can request online access to our clinical system appointment book to arrange your own appointments. Please speak to a receptionist for further information.
Extended Hours Surgeries
We offer a late evening clinic on a Monday and Thursday evening. The clinic slots are pre-bookable only via the receptionist team.
All patients registered with a GP Practice in Stockport can now book a routine appointment, up to two weeks in advance, in the evenings and Saturday & Sundays.
You may not be able to see your own GP but you will be seen by a suitably qualified health professional such as another GP, Healthcare Assistant (HCA), or practice nurse.
You can book an appointment up to two weeks in advance by calling the main number of your own GP practice.
- Monday to Friday: 18.30-20:00 (Kingsgate Hub, Wellington Road, Stockport SK4 1LW)
- Saturdays & Sundays: 09:00-16:30 (Kingsgate Hub)
For more information visit: www.viaductcare.org.uk/our-services/7-day-access/
Out of Hours Service
Mastercall Healthcare provides Out of Hours care to our patients.
The service is available between the hours of 1830-0800 hours Monday to Friday and 24/7 Saturday/Sunday and Bank Holidays.
To access the service you should either:
- Phone your own GP and you will then be directed to the NHS111 advice line service.
- Phone 111 directly. You can NHS111 if you are not sure which NHS service you need. Calls to the NHS111 service are free of charge from landlines and mobiles (pay as you go phone must have at least 1p of credit although no charge will be made).
If you have an emergency, life threatening illness then you should phone 999.