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Coronavirus Awareness

As you would of all seen on the news lately there has been an outbreak of this virus in cities in China.

The NHS are fully equipped and infection control measures are all in place.

For your information below is a link to what symptoms are related to the virus:

If you are anyway concerned about this virus and it's symptoms please telephone 111 , DO NOT attend the surgery, walk-in or A&E.

CQC changes

As of April 2019 we will be having a annual regulatory review following changes announced buy CQC to ensure compliance.

Patient Participation Group


Fancy having your say?

We hold a meeting with the doctors every 6 months to listen to your views and what YOU think we could do as a surgery to help you and the rest of our patients receive the best possible care!

If you want to be part of our patient participation group please speak to a member of staff at our surgery.


Book your flu jab from September 2019.

Following our recent CQC visit we are happy to announce the surgery is now out of special measures and requires improvement on 2 of the 5 criteria's. Our CQC report can be viewed on our home page.

Sale Surgery has now closed. Patients that have not yet registered with another local surgery will need to direct all communication to the main practice in Rusholme (0161 224 2452) There will be some restrictions applied due to logistics as the central manchester services are not commisioned for out of area registrations. To ensure safety and continuity of care patients are advised to register with local services. 


Welcome to Wilmslow Road Medical Centre

Providing primary care for Rusholme and surrounding areas. We hope you take your time to browse our website where you will find lots of useful information about the surgery and the services we offer.

Click on the link below to view our CQC follow up visit:

CQC follow up visit

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