All GP Practices are required to declare the mean earnings for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.
The average pay for GPs working at Northenden Group Practice in the last financial year was £49,661 before tax and National Insurance. This was for 4 full time GPs and 6 part time GPs.
Practice Manager - Allison Hey
Office Manager - Julie Stead
Sister Katy Evans
Sister Najmha Arqum
Sister Ajitha Aju
Practice nurses provide the following services:
General Health Advice
*Travel Vaccinations can be complicated. Please make sure you plan several weeks in advance to ensure we can meet your requirements and refer to the 'Specialist Clinics' section of the website for further information.
Ear Syringing / De-waxing
You can self refer to one of three treatment rooms to access this service by calling the
Single Point of Access on 0300 303 9650
Please make an appointment to see either a GP or a Nurse so they can check your ear(s), prior to making an appointment.
Other Health Professionals
District Nursing Team
Contact on: 0161 215 2026
District Nurses provide holistic care to patients with chronic illness, terminal illness, incontinence, wounds and diabetes. Working mostly within client’s homes, District Nurses provide support to patients and their families through assessment of need, care planning, multidisciplinary team working and implementation and evaluation of nursing care.
Active Case Managers
These are highly qualified District Nurses who have been given an extended role. They will visit people who have multiple chronic disease and who may need high levels of health and social care support to pro-actively monitor their health. They are experts in many areas of disease management such as asthma and diabetes.
Contact on: 0161 215 2030
All Health Visitors are qualified nurses. Some Health Visitors are also qualified Midwives or Paediatric Nurses and all have undertaken further training covering a wide range of community health issues. Overall, their role is to promote good health and prevent poor health.
Their skills include:
Children’s health and development
Public health / health promotion projects
Contact on: 0161 215 2019
The ultimate aim of the School Nursing Service is to see all children and young people reach their full potential. The majority of School Nurses work term time only.
Their role includes:
Assessing the health needs of individual children and formulating action plans where necessary
Offering advice and support to families on a number of health issues
Planning and delivering health education programmes
Participating in health promoting activities in the community
Supporting children with special needs, including those in need of protection
Other Support Professionals
Community Midwives – Contact on: 0161 291 2942
Community Podiatrist – Contact on: 0161 945 3624
Alcohol Link Worker – Contact on: 0161 215 2010
Community Drug Team – Contact on: 0161 490 2251