Clinics

Find out all about our clinics and other services available to you.

The reception team will know how to guide you to the most appropriate type of appointment. Here is some information about what we offer.

Health Conditions

If you have a long term condition, this will need monitoring by your practice team. You might be invited in for an annual review, and sometimes for check-ups in between.

Some conditions that need annual reviews are:

  • Asthma
  • Heart disease
  • High blood pressure
  • Diabetes
  • Struggling with mental health
  • Recovering from a stroke

In these appointments, we might check that your medication is still appropriate for you, and still the best treatment available.

We might also ask you questions about your lifestyle and give you advice about how to keep your condition under control. Our nursing team (including our health care assistants) are trained to offer you support and advice, and will talk to the GP about you to make sure a good plan is in place.

Focused Care

You may be offered an appointment with our Focused Care Practitioner. Our practitioner can help with a wide range of concerns and challenges that a GP or nurse is not trained in. They can also connect you to the help you may need from other services in the area.

Focused Care is offered in GP practices across Greater Manchester.

Big Life Changes

At the major moments of change in your life, we will support you and your family's health. Some of the ways we can do this include:

  • Child Health & Immunisation
    All new babies are invited in for their regular check-ups from eight weeks old and are offered the routine childhood vaccinations in accordance with the NHS recommended schedule.
  • Breastfeeding Support
    Breastfeeding is the best way of feeding your baby but doesn’t come naturally to everyone so we are here to offer you support, tips and hints to keep you and your little one on track.
  • Mental health support
    Please speak to any member of the practice team if you are struggling with your mental health. We might give you some good resources for you to use at home, or refer you to the right person that can help you further.
  • Drugs and alcohol
    We can offer support and advice to help you quit drugs or reduce excessive alcohol consumption.
  • Smoking
    For help to stop smoking, call Positive Steps on 0161 621 9400 or visit the NHS Quit Smoking site.
  • Diet and Exercise Support
    Advice and support to get and stay healthy, whether you have a long term condition or you need general advice.
  • Weight Management
    If you're struggling with your diet or want to loose a bit of weight then we have the perfect way to support you. Ask for an appointment with Leanne at reception.
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Fitton Hill Neighbourhood Centre
Fircroft Road
Fitton Hill
OL8 2QD

Tel: 0161 271 3080
Email: Hilltop@nhs.net