Julie, district nursing sister, is the leader of the team of district nurses attached to the practice. She is supported by three staff nurses. The district nurses are based at Waters Meeting Health Centre (Tel 463020). The district nurses provide nursing care for people in their own homes. An evening and night service is available, details and contact numbers from district nurses.
Tel: 463020 8.30 a.m. - 5.00 p.m. Monday - Friday.
Rachel or one of her team available 9am - 9.30 am, 2pm - 2.30pm and 4pm and 4.30pm
Tel: 492331 8.30 a.m. - 4.00 p.m. Sat/Sun/Bank Holidays
The district nurses also run treatment rooms for patients requiring changes of dressing, ear syringing, suture removal or certain regular injections. Appointments for all treatment room clinics are now handled by the Central Booking Service (tel 462626). The nearest treatment room is at Lever Chambers or Waters Meeting Health Centre where patients are seen by appointment. There are several other treatment rooms in health centres around the town, but unfortunately there is no treatment room at Halliwell at present.
Jane Mulligan is the Team Leader for the midwives attached to the practice. The midwifery team offer advice and care in the community and in the hospital during pregnancy, delivery and in the first few weeks after your baby is born.
Contact Midwives - M4 Ward Royal Bolton Hospital Tel 390023.
Integrated Neighbourhood Team
Claire Ogden is our Co-ordinator.
Mary Moss is our Staying Well Co-ordinator. The Staying Well check involves a discussion around twelve areas of life that may have an effect on your health and well-being. Examples of these areas are:
- Health-lifestyle choices; health conditions; memory
- House and home-home repairs; adapting your home; heating costs
- Hobbies and interests-local groups; meeting new people; learning a new skill
- Personal care and daily tasks-managing household chores; preparation of food; washing and dressing
- Getting out and about-using public transport; driving; sitting and standing