Appointments can be made by telephoning 01457 860860.
Option1 for Manor House Glossop
Option2 for Manor House Hadfield
We operate an advanced access system and aim to have enough appointments available so that you can be seen the day you need to be seen. There are also appointments available if you wish to book in advance for another day.
We endeavour to fit in with your choice of time and doctor for appointments, but during busy periods this may not always be possible and we ask for your understanding should this occur.
If you need to cancel an appointment, giving 24 hours or more notice, please click the link on the home page. Otherwise, please telephone, selecting 1 for Glossop or 2 for Hadfield and then choosing option 5 and leaving a message to cancel to cancel your appointment
Appointment times given are arrival times and whilst we aim to see you as near to that time as possible, delays do occur due to unforeseen circumstances. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
Continuity of Care
You have the choice to see any of our doctors or nurses.
However, we value continuity of care. This means dealing with, either seeing or by telephone, the same doctor or nurse for the same episode of illness. We know this leads to better care and it also helps the doctor or nurse to look after your needs appropriately.Therefore we encourage you to see the same person throughout a particular episode of care whenever possible.
Who to see?
Our reception staff are specially trained to book the most suitable, convenient and available appointment for you.
In order to establish what type of appointment is best suited to your needs and help you get care from the most appropriate person, we ask our receptionists to ask patients to give them an indication of the reason for their appointment.
Our nurse practitioners are available for you to consult instead of the doctor. They have been trained to diagnose and treat common complaints. Please make an appointment to see them in the usual way. Nurse practitioners are available for telephone advice. They can discuss immediate health concerns, assess severity of illness and offer treatment.
Our practice nurses are highly trained and can be consulted directly. They run our treatment room. They carry out monitoring for people with high blood pressure, heart disease, asthma and other long term diseases. They will advise on general health care, healthy eating and minor ailments, eg if you are not sure whether to consult a doctor, speak to the nurse first.
Nursing Assistants / Health Care Assistants
The nursing assistant is trained to take blood samples and carry out routine blood pressure checks and ear syringing.