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Living Well with Long-Term Conditions Programme


FREE NHS programme available to patients and carers over the age of 18 diagnosed with a long-term condition(s), re-occurring illness or disability and/or carers whose own health is affected by their caring situation

Course details


Day:                     Tuesday

Dates:                  3 April to 8 May 2018

Time:                   12.30pm until 3.30pm  

Venue:                St Andrews Church, Rochdale

Refreshments:    Available on arrival and during the afternoon break


Day:                     Wednesday

Dates:                  6 June to 11 July 2018

Time:                   9.30am until 12.30pm  

Venue:                Rochdale Fire Station  

Refreshments:    Available on arrival and during the afternoon break


Day:                     Thursday

Dates:                  7 June to 12 July 2018

Time:                   12.30pm until 3.30pm  

Venue:                 St Andrews Church, Rochdale

Refreshments:     Available on arrival and during the afternoon break




To reserve a place please call

Julie on 07867141726 or email @

and take a Leaflet from the Reception Desk

Antibiotic Resistance

News release: Rochdale GPs offer blood test to tell if patients really need antibiotics  This winter a simple blood test is being introduced to GP practices in Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale to help decide if patients really need antibiotics to treat their symptoms.


It enables healthcare professionals to perform a fingerprick blood test on patients who visit the practice with a respiratory infection such as a chesty cough. Test results are available within minutes and these can help GPs determine whether a patient's infection is caused by bacteria and needs to be treated with antibiotics, or if the infection is caused by a virus which will not respond to antibiotics. The blood test assesses levels of C-reactive Protein (CRP) - a biological indicator of bacterial infection.


Prescribing antibiotics when they aren't necessary can lead to antibiotic resistance - a situation when the bugs that cause infections are able to resist the antibiotics used to treat them.


NHS Free Wifi

Important data sharing announcement - Long Term Conditions Test Bed Project

The NHS in Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale is testing a new project to improve care for people who have, or may develop, long term health conditions. This project involves analysis of patient data to find those people most at risk of chronic ill health so they can be treated earlier. This analysis will include your pseudonymised information unless you opt out of this project. For more information or to Opt out of this project please click here.


Patient participation group seeking volunteers

Stonefield Street Surgery's patient participation group (PPG) are looking for more patients to join the group. If you are over the age of 16 and would like to shape the future of the practice's services, why not join us for our next meeting? PPG meetings are held in the practice at 6:30pm on the 3rd Wednesday of every month. Everybody is welcome. There is no need to book your place, you can just turn up on the day.  

 Patient Association News

CQC Rating

Stonefield Street Surgery has recently been inspected by CQC and we are pleased to announce that we have been given the overall rating of 'Outstanding!' Please click the following link to view the full report.


 Your named GP

As part of the GMS GP Contract this year, all GP Practices have to notify, each of its registered patients who their Name General Practitioner is. This does not mean that you have to only see the named Doctor- as a group practice; you can see any GP of your choice. For more information please speak to the receptionist.

New mobile friendly website

We now have a completely refreshed and updated mobile friendly website meaning you can now book / cancel appointments, order repeat prescriptions and much more from your mobile device. 

Online services update

Did you know we have a wide range of services online? You can book or cancel an appointment up to six weeks in advance, request repeat prescriptions, update your personal details and have access to your medical records. 


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