Due to unforeseen circumstances the surgery will be closed on Saturday morning 25th March 2017
If you require a doctor in an emergency and cannot wait until the surgery re-opens please telephone 111
(calls to NHS OOH services are free from both landlines and mobiles) or attend the Walk in Centre, Whitegate Health Centre, Whitegate Drive, Blackpool, FY3 9ES
Opening times 8am - 8pm, 7 days including Bank Holidays
You can use Patient Access to book appointments and order repeat prescriptions online.
To register to use the service contact reception.
Once you have the letter from the practice click the link below and follow the register instructions.
Once you have registered, follow the link below to sign in to your account.
This website has been designed to tell you about the practice and the services that we offer. Please read it carefully. We trust that you will find it helpful and informative.
Accident and Emergency Department
A&E should be used for those who are acutely ill or have a life threatening problem e.g. heart attack, chest pain, heavy blood loss, loss of consciousness, suspected broken bones.
Please do not attend the A&E department with minor problems it is more appropriate to visit the Walk in Centre or your GP surgery.
WELCOME TO THE PRACTICE
This is an old established practice founded by Dr Staley in the 1890s. The practice was originally located on The Crescent in St Annes and was purely homeopathic. Later it moved to Wood Street, then to Park Road in 1987. Today the practice is housed in modern premises in Durham Avenue (off St David's Road North).
We have tried to build on the reputation of the past to provide efficient yet friendly health care. As well as looking after your needs when you are ill, we think it is extremely important to give help and advice on how to live a long and healthy life.
The practice team consists of one full-time partners, one 3/4 time partner, one half time partner, two full-time receptionists and seven part-time receptionists.
The practice is an active member of the NHS Fylde and Wyre Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) which is responsible for Commissioning or buying health services, including elective hospital care, rehabilitation care, urgent and emergency care, and most community health services.