|Address ||Contact Details ||Opening Times
|Crompton Health Centre |
501 Crompton Way,
|Building closes according to GP’s practices last evening appointments. Monday to Friday |
8a.m. - 8p.m.
•Adult Dietetic clinic
•Audiology (Hearing Aid Drop-in clinic – every 2nd Thursday in month 09.30 – 12.00)
•Chronic Fatigue Management
•Community Mental Health
•Falls and Community Therapy
•Family Nurse Partnership (New service)
•Health Trainers (New service)
•Health Visiting Baby Clinic – drop-in session Monday 13.30 – 15.00
•Treatment Room Service
How to find us
Car parking is available for visitors to Crompton Health Centre and we also have disabled spaces and cycle parking.
Services at Crompton Health Centre
The district nursing service is a 24 hours a day, seven days a week service providing nursing care to patients who are housebound, in the patient’s usual place of residence. The nursing teams are based in local health centres, and work closely with GPs and a wide variety of other services and agencies. The team can coordinate care, which includes discharge planning for patients who have been in hospital and need care from the district nursing team when transferred home.
The Falls Service and Community Therapy Team is a community therapy rehabilitation service specialising in improving patients’ independence, mobility and preventing falls within the home and community setting. We aim to prevent avoidable hospital admissions by supporting and caring for patients in their usual place of residence.
For stop smoking support, please contact your local pharmacy. Stop smoking services for pregnant women are provided through antenatal care pathways.
The stroke service looks after all patients admitted with a new diagnosis of stroke and provides care back into the community. The specialist team will assess and plan care with your involvement from your admission to transfer into the community .
Bolton has a dedicated school-aged immunisation team who focus on the prevention of the spread of illness and disease through immunisation.
As well as educating, advising and promoting immunisations they deliver the routine national immunisation programme to school aged children. This includes children who may be home-schooled, and others not in school.