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Foxleigh Family Surgery

Please check our Surgery opening hours  or telephone 01942 481800.

Please have a pen and paper to hand


diary_appointmentTo make an appointment with the doctor, please phone or call at the surgery between normal hours.

Please ask for details of registering for online booking for appointments.

Urgent cases – we set aside appointments for emergencies at each surgery - If you have an urgent problem that cannot wait please tell the receptionist. In order that urgent cases get priority we rely on you not to request urgent attention for non-urgent matters.

For non-emergency,  urgent care when the Surgery is closed, please ring 111.  This service is free from landlines and mobile phones

Extended Hours Service 

As part of the Prime Ministers Challenge Fund, we are pleased to announce that Foxleigh Family surgery are supporting the new extended hours hub service.  This means that you can access a GP for routine appointments 6.30pm -8pm  on Monday to Friday and also Saturday and Sunday between 10am and 4pm. 

The Wigan GP Extended Hours now offer appointments with Nurses

This is for a variety of services and reviews between 18.30pm - 20.30pm weekdays and 10.00am - 16.00pm on Saturdays.:

The appointments are for:

Cervical Smears

Contraceptive pill Checks (not the depo provera injection)

Long Term Condition Reviews:

COP Reviews

Asthma Reviews

Diabetic Reviews (annual bloods need to be done a few days before the review date)

Ischaemic Heart Disease reviews - (annual bloods need to be done a few days before the review date)

Stroke Reviews

Atrial fibrillation reviews

Heart Failure Reviews

Ask our call handlers or refer to the website for the list of  Long Term Condition reviews available - and book a double appointment

Tel 01942 482848 or refer to our website:


Telephone Advice

If you need to speak to a doctor, or practice nurse in the practice, but you feel that a face to face consultation is not needed, you can speak to the reception staff who will take a few details from you to pass onto the doctor.  The doctor will respond to the message usually at the end of surgery.

Practice Nurse

In a number of cases it might be worth considering an appointment with a practice nurse rather than a doctor. Practice nurses are qualified to deal with many conditions and you may be seen more quickly.

Transport to Hospital Appointments

Requests for ambulance transport should go through the Referral and Booking management Service (RBMS). A telephone triage service will assess you to ensure you fulfil the criteria for ambulance transport. Call 01204 462888 to arrange this.

To access local bus timetables please access the Lancashire County Council website.


If you cannot attend an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible in order for us to give the slot to someone else.

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