Welcome to Woodbank Surgery
Tel: 0161 705 1630

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 8.00am to 8.00pm.
Telephone lines open from 8.00am to 6.30pm every weekday.
Extended hours on Tuesday and Thursday 6.00pm to 8.00pm.
(For pre-booked appointments only)
For emergencies out of hours call BARDOC on 0161 763 4242.


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Apprentice Vacancy

We are currently recruiting for an apprentice. If you are a young person or know a young person who is interested in completing an NVQ in Business Administration with Bury College whilst gaining vital work experience in a busy NHS environment please contact the Practice Manager.
Lisa Gregory, lisagregory@nhs.net or 0161 705 1630

Online Services

This system is called VisionOnline. You must sign up at the surgery to use this service for the first time in order to receive the necessary passwords. However please be assured that if you contact the surgery at your earliest convenience and ask for Debbie Leaver or Jo Cliff they will deal with your request and issue log-ins and passwords the same day. This will not delay us processing your prescription request.

Click here to login to VisionOnline

We no longer process via the website any requests for items not on your repeat prescription. If the item you require is not on the white reorder form we kindly request that you contact the surgery for further advice or book to see a member of the clinical team. As a practice, the safety of our patients is important to us. We have made this small change to make requesting and issuing medication safer for YOU.

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