The NHS is currently offering the COVID-19 vaccine to people most at risk from coronavirus. You will be contacted when it’s your turn. It’s important not to contact the Practice about the vaccine before then 👉 nhs.uk/CovidVaccine
Patients who come in to the practice should wear a face covering to protect themselves & our staff. We ask that you do not attend for your appointment more than 5 minutes early, as we are limited to the number of people we can have in the waiting room at any one time. Please come alone to your appointment if possible.
Longfield Medical Practice aims to provide a caring, patient centred and efficient primary healthcare service to all registered patients.
We endeavour to listen to our patients, involve them in healthcare discussions, thereby ensuring our services evolve to meet their needs. This is in addition to continuing to provide a professional, high quality and non-discriminatory service.
Our mission is to improve healthcare for all our patients.
Health & High quality care for all now & future generations.
To help with making appointments at other times to fit around work, school and other commitments, evening (until 8pm) and weekend appointments (8am until 6pm) are available from three locations across Bury. Find out about availability by contacting the Practice.