|Address ||Contact Details ||Opening Times
|Bolton One |
|Department telephone numbers: |
General number for Bolton One:
Mr D’Souza/ Graham Lockett
Kevin Doyle/Sue Greenhalgh/Lynne Mills/Fiona Wardle
Shankaran Rajmanickam/Ian Joynes/Mangesh Deore
Respiratory / Thoracic Medicine
Dr Bradley/ Dr Rammohan / Dr Yadavilli’s secretary - Tel: 01204 390890
Dr Ahmed/ Dr Webster’s secretary - Tel: 01204 390550
Dr Khurana’s secretary - Tel: 01204 390650
Dr Raza/ Dr Ibrahim’s secretary - Tel: 01204 390248
|Monday to Friday 7:00am – 8:00pm |
Tuesday 7:00am – 8:30pm
Please note these opening times are for the centre as a whole and the opening times for individual departments will vary.
Bolton One offers:
• Breast Screening
• Children’s Outpatients
• General Outpatients
• Occupational Therapy
• Phlebotomy service (am only)
• Session Bowel Screening
• Thoracic Medicine
Bolton One received a CQC overall rating of Good in the report published on 10th August 2016.
How to find us
Bolton One is on the outskirts of Bolton town centre on Moor Lane and it is a short walk from Bolton bus and train stations. As Bolton One is a new development and has been assigned its own postcode, if you are looking for directions on Google or Bing they do not currently recognise the postcode and will not pinpoint the correct location on the map. They do however correctly locate BL3 5BG (the postcode for Bolton College, across the road from Bolton One). We would therefore recommend that until Google maps is updated, if you are using satellite navigation, use BL3 5BG as the postcode to prevent getting incorrect directions.
There is limited car parking available for visitors to Bolton One at the main entrance, including disabled spaces and cycle parking. There is a drop-off zone outside the main entrance for patients with mobility difficulties. Please note that the disabled spaces can be used for a maximum of 90 minutes.
Further parking can be found at the nearby NCP multi-storey car park behind Bolton College off Deane Road. A small charge is applicable - approximately £1.40 for 1 hour and £1.80 for 2 hours ( July 2016). Card and cash payment accepted.
Across the road from Bolton One main entrance there are steps down to the Mecca Bingo Car Park which is available to the public for a fee. Car access is on the side near Bolton Market.
Services at Bolton One
The Breast Unit offers a wide range of high quality services for all patients with breast problems and is also the centre for the Bolton, Bury and Rochdale Breast Screening Programme. All care is patient-centred and is delivered within a supportive environment by a team of experts, who are all specialists within their own field.
The children’s outpatients service is delivered from a child friendly and welcoming department based at Bolton One. Children are seen by consultant paediatricians who work as part of a team of professionals including experienced children’s nurses, play specialists, allied practitioners, support workers and clerical staff. Apart from general paediatric clinics, there are various other clinics, phlebotomy (blood testing) clinics and some day case investigation and specialist immunisation services.
The diabetes service for children and young people provides support and treatment for people living with diabetes normally up to the age of 16 or 17 years old, but in some cases individuals can be seen up to the age of 19. We work closely with our patients and their families to help them manage their condition and lead a healthy life.
The General Outpatients Department provides assessment, diagnostic and treatment for adults. It operates over three sites: Minerva Day and the General Outpatient Clinic at the Royal Bolton Hospital and Bolton One. Our staff take pride in ensuring all patients receive the highest standard of care and strive for continuous improvement.
The musculoskeletal (MSK) therapy team assesses, diagnoses and treats patients who have problems related to pain, stiffness, weakness or problems with movement and walking. We support patients to manage their condition themselves and to make any necessary lifestyle changes. We also guide patients on how to prevent avoidable musculoskeletal disease and manage longer term conditions.
The Trauma and Orthopaedic Department provides a range of musculoskeletal services, from orthopaedic medicine to complex surgery. We have established a centre of excellence, with a group of 11 consultants providing a general trauma service and appropriate specialisation in key areas.
The Pharmacy Department supplies medicines to inpatients and outpatients and helps to make sure medicines are used safely, effectively and efficiently. We provide information and support to prescribers and also supply chemotherapy and other specially prepared medicines from our Aseptic Production Unit. We have teams based at the Royal Bolton Hospital, Bolton One and Darley Court.
To read about the Greater Manchester Joint Formulary follow the link below and see the links under ‘Quick link for patients’.
Greater Manchester Medicines Management Group
The Radiology Department provides a wide range of diagnostic imaging services. Equipped with the most up to date digital imaging, we offer services from the Royal Bolton Hospital as well as in Bolton town centre at Bolton One. We also provide nuclear medicine, magnetic resonance (MR) scanning, breast imaging (both screening and diagnostic), and maternity ultrasound.
The award-winning respiratory service provides inpatient and outpatient services to all patients with respiratory disease, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, tuberculosis and lung cancer. The respiratory service offers full hospital services, supported by colleagues from The Christie and Wythenshawe and by a team of specialist nurses which provides a seven day service to both inpatients and outpatients, as well as home visits as required.
The Department of Rheumatology is a consultant-led service, based at Bolton One. Rheumatology is a branch of medicine that deals with the investigation, diagnosis and management of patients with arthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions. This incorporates over 200 disorders affecting joints, bones, muscles and soft tissues, for example: rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory arthritis, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis, connective tissue disorders, ankylosing spondylitis, Paget’s disease, psoriatic arthritis, polymyalgia rheumatica, gout, regional pain and hypermobility.
Our highly skilled team of urology consultants and nurses provide excellent care to patients who have problems with their urinary system. The department has its own operating theatre and an area for clinics and outpatient diagnostics.