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Your GP practice is working differently and there are changes to how we review patients during this time.  We will not accept patients walking in and having face to face appointments unless the doctor has spoke with you on the telephone.  If you want to request your repeat medication and usually drop your request off at the practice, we will accept the request over the phone during this time. 

We would like to thank you for your patience and understanding during this difficult period and helping us to keep our patients and our staff safe and well.

Breast Screening Programme 2019

The NHS Breast Screening Programme Service will be inviting eligible women aged 50-70 for a mammogram.

(Please note - there is a research trial being carried out and some women aged 47-49 and 71-73 may also be invited in, these are picked at random).

The screening is carried out every 3 years.

The invite will be sent to you about 2 to 3 weeks before the appointment date.

The 4 Breast Screening sites are:

  • Royal Bolton Hospital
  • Nye Bevan House, Rochdale
  • Radcliffe Primary Care Centre
  • Bolton One, Bolton

You can change the time, date or place of your appointment by contacting the screening office directly by phone, email or by our website.

Tel: 01204 390454  


On line:

The mammogram usually takes around 6 minutes but you should allow 30 minutes for your appointment. The result will be posted to the your home address 2-3 weeks after the mammogram.

If you miss your breast screening appointment or thinks you never received one, you can contact the screening office directly on any of the contact details given above.

Please see below links for useful links & websites:

A collection of breast screening leaflets:

TLC /Breast Awareness:

Breast Pain/ Breast Health:

Screening women with Learning Difficulties:

An interactive site for women and screening staff:

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