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COVID VACCINATIONS.

In light of the emerging Omicron surge we are keen to do all we can to meet the national push to get everyone immunised against Covid. 

 

To get your vaccination: Booster or first and second (or third if immune compromised) please do any of the following. 

  1. Call our Covid booking number on: 01706-52434
  2. Book appointments for immunisation at this surgery on line via the Mark Street website 
  3. Use Patch's on the website to request an appointment:PLEASE USE THE ADMIN TAB IN PATCHS
  4. Attend the walk in and Pop up clinics around the borough: 
    • 16.12.21: Deeplish Community Centre 1pm-3pm
    • 17.12.21: Bowles Park testing site 10am-4pm
  5. Follow this link for updated walk-in and drop-in clinics which will be updated daily: http://www.rochdale.gov.uk/health-and-wellbeing/coronavirus/Pages/covid-vaccination-clinics.aspx

Welcome to Mark Street Surgery Website

Mark Street Doctors' Surgery in Rochdale provides the highest quality healthcare to patients in the area. 

Our doctors, nurses and all our other staff are dedicated to offering a professional service and this surgery website will help us to keep all our patients up to date with news and information about our practice.

As well as a source of information about our practice, the staff and the services we provide, we hope you will use this website as a useful resource for other health-related information. Please have a look around and do send us some feedback if you like. We can use your ideas to improve our online services and further develop the content of this site.

Disabled access to the surgery is via the front doors and there is a disabled WC available at ground floor level.

Due to the Pandemic status of Coronavirus infection the surgery has had to change the way we consult with patients in line with national guidance. The surgery staff may not be able to offer you a face to face appointment in Practice, but will offer you a telephone consultation with a clinician to assess your problem.

Please be aware if you are asked to come into surgery you will need to attend wearing a face covering.  You may not be seen if you do not do this. You may also be asked to wait outside of the waiting room until it is time for you to be seen.

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NHS Friends and Family

Abuse of staff: March 2022.

Unfortunately, like other parts of the NHS, we are experiencing a significant rise in violent and aggressive acts towards our staff. We completely understand that it can difficult to get appointments and can be frustrating to have to wait for treatment. 

The vast majority of our patients are tolerant of the difficulties faced in accessing healthcare and we are trying our very best to provide a service with the resources we have to help all our patients with their primary care needs. We are thankful to you for working with us and understand the fear, stress and anxiety that goes with being unwell. 

Mark Street Surgery have issued 14 warning letters to patients and removed 6 patients off the practice list in the last 8 months due to aggressive, violent, or threatening behaviour towards the staff.

Mark Street Surgery promotes the NHS Zero Tolerance policy towards this sort of behaviour, in which NHS staff should be able to come to work without fear of violence, abuse or harassment.

We respectfully remind patients that very often staff can be confronted with several different, and sometimes very difficult tasks and situations so we ask that you allow them to do their job without being sworn at, shouted at, threatened with violence, or have any other inappropriate behaviour directed towards them.

We would like to emphasise that we know this polite notice is not aimed at the vast majority of patients and we again thank you for your continuing support. 

The Mark Street Surgery Team.