Welcome to RK Medical Practice

Some dates for your calendar


Monday 3rd January  all day

Thursday 13th January 13:00 - 18:30pm

Wednesday 16th February 13:00 - 18:30pm

This is for staff training to make our surgery stronger and better for our patients.


We have been actively booking flu clinics up for patients 65years young, vulnerable patient, and 50 - 64 years.  If you have not received an invitation, please telephone the surgery and make your appointment,  if you would like to have your flu vaccine before you go to work, we are open for an appointment with the practice nurse @ 08:00am, if this is better for you, just telephone reception and make an appointment. We are actually seeing a good response so far, please do not leave it until it's too late. 

If you are aged 70 -79 we are offering Shingles vaccines, if you feel that you would like this vaccine to protect you from the virus, please telephone reception and make an appointment.

If you are aged 65/over and have not had a Pneumococcal vaccine, we are offering this as well, please telephone reception and make an appointment.



In line with guidance, we are working on plans to offer:

•         a booster dose to everyone aged 18 years old and over

•         a booster dose to people aged 16 years old and over with a severely weakened            immune system

•         booster doses from 3 months after the previous dose - currently it's from 6                   months after the previous dose

•         a 2nd dose to all children aged 12 to 15 years old who are not already eligible


Please note these offers are not yet available. Arrangements are being put in place to get underway as quickly as possible.

The booster vaccine offer will be opened up by age group to ensure the most vulnerable are vaccinated firstThe national booking service will initially open up to people in their 40s and older people who would previously have had to wait six months before moving onto younger age groups.

If you are already eligible for your booster you can book by

Visiting www.nhs.uk/coronavirus

Calling 119 or the Gateway on 0800 092 4020 or 0161 947 0770

Visiting one of our walk-in clinics - more information is available at www.manchester.gov.uk/getmyjab

If you need help getting to your vaccination appointment, then the Gateway can help arrange a free taxi to and from the site.

If you were not already eligible, please do not contact us, you will be contacted when it is your turn.

The coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines are safe and effective. 1 dose is being offered to children aged 12 to 15 to give them the best protection against COVID-19.

This includes children who turn 12 on the date of vaccination.

Some children are being offered 2 doses of a vaccine if either:

  • they live with someone who is more likely to get infections
  • they have a condition that means they're at high risk from COVID-19
  • Most children will be given their vaccine at school during school hours. They will be given 1 dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine.

Great NHS number finding app


Consult online

Finally, should I still get tested if I feel unwell after receiving the COVID-19 vaccines?

Yes. So this is a question we're being asked a lot. So, we've been saying over the last year that if you experience symptoms of fever or respiratory tract infection, flu, cold please arrange to get tested for COVID-19. Now, we do know that some people after they receive the COVID-19 vaccine may experience mild side effects. Of course, you may get pain or redness or swelling at the site of the injection, but also for the next day or two you may feel a little bit feverish, tired, or achy as a side effect of the vaccine. If that happens, at this time, you don't need to get a COVID-19 test. But if you have symptoms like that, and you also have a runny nose, or a sore throat, or a cough, or difficulty breathing, that could definitely be COVID-19, and you should be getting a test."

To book a test visit www.nhs.uk/coronavirus

or call 119. For more information about local rules visit https://tinyurl.com/y2mkvasv

Please use hand sanitiser when entering the building, we ask all visitors to wear face coverings.

We ask all patients attending the practice to wear a face covering, this is for your protection as well as our staff. If you do not have any,  one will be provided on arrival, please use the hand sanitiser when entering the practice, please dispose of your face mask in the bin provided at the entrance.

With patients' needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register, you’ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations.

Get Well, Keep Well

If you need URGENT medical advice for something that isn’t life threatening, please visit www.111.nhs.uk or call 111 before going to A&E to ensure you get the right help.  If you need to go to hospital you may be given a booked time slot, which will shorten how long you have to wait. This will help to keep you, your family and friends safe during the pandemic. 

Of course we’re not just here for when you are unwell. Our team of healthcare professionals and back-up staff offer a number of clinics and services to promote good health and wellbeing whatever your medical condition.

Join In

We hope you enjoy having a look around the site and familiarising yourself with some of the online features such as ordering a repeat prescription. Whatever your thoughts, be sure to let us know via our feedback function. Comments and suggestions are always a great way of helping us continue to enhance the way we look after you.

Access & Parking

At Brownley Green Health Centre there is a car park available for patients near the entrance of Hollyhedge Road. There are also parking facilities for Blue Badge Holders, please have your badge on display when parking in the available spaces.

All entrances to the health centre are wheelchair friendly as well as all our consultation rooms.


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