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From 01 April 2018, the practice or service you use is run by Salford Primary Care Together.

The names of the practices have changed and so you will see this name on letters you might receive from your practice/service or on posters and leaflets:

-Salford Primary Care Together (Eccles)

-Salford Primary Care Together (Little Hulton)

-Salford Primary Care Together (Willow Tree)

-Salford Primary Care Together (Homeless service)

Our Achievements

Improved Quality

We started out in 2007 with some of the worst performing practices in Salford. We increased Quality and Outcomes Framework (QoF) from 63% to 95% and we now have an 'Outstanding' award by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). We care passionately about quality health care for all and will continue to improve.

Expanded Services

We started out with core general practice services. We have grown our service offer to include social prescribing, specialist children's service, health care for homeless people. Because we are a social enterprise, we will continue to invest in more services to help improve your health and well-being.

Developed a Learning Organisation

We believe that excellent care needs excellent staff. We have developed a positive staff culture. Our staff are professional, yet approachable; caring, but will seek to empower you; friendly, but give you respect. We have worked hard over the years to get this right. Our Investors in People status demonstrates our commitment to our staff.

Improved Access

We were a champion of evening and weekend opening hours. We have 3 GP practices across the city. We have invested in opening up access to those who may find it hard: for example, homeless people, young people, people with dementia.

Demonstrated Innovation

We believe that we can always do things better. We have taken an innovative approach to solving problems and improving what we do. For example, the children's project has slashed the hospital bill for our children and families are happier with this, social prescribing gives our patients the support, beyond the medical care, to improve their lives, the introduction of Advanced Nurse Practitioners, working alongside our GPs, has expanded our clinical workforce and gives our patients more choice.

Invested In Our Community

We are one of very few social enterprises across the country to deliver front line GP services. We are committed to reinvesting any surplus in the communities we serve. For example, we have reinvested £120,000 to offer social prescribing and community physiotherapy.

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