Hanley Health and Wellbeing Centre
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Welcome to Hanley Health and Wellbeing Centre

NHS doctor’s surgery and walk-in centre open 8am to 8pm seven days a week. We provide the community of Stoke with treatment and advice for a range of minor illnesses and injuries. Our range of flexible services is available 8am until 8pm, seven days a week, including bank holidays. We’re here whenever you need us, however busy your lifestyle.

Everyone at Hanley Health and Wellbeing Centre, from our doctors and nurses, to our healthcare assistants and reception staff, is dedicated to helping you to feel better, faster. If you’re looking for a professional and friendly local health centre, come and see us.

Why choose Hanley Health and Wellbeing?

Available all day, every day

We provide appointments during evenings, weekends and even on bank holidays. We also have a range of healthcare professionals who can help you, from doctors and nurses to healthcare assistants.

Urgent care on your doorstep

The walk-in service at the Hanley Health and Wellbeing Centre is ideal if you need treatment for minor injuries and illnesses – and you don’t even need to be a registered patient at the health centre. You simply turn up and we’ll see you as soon as we can. Find out more about our walk-in service.

Services to suit you

Register as a patient with us and you’ll be able to take advantage of our full range of services. You’ll even be able to arrange to see your choice of doctor at a time to suit you. (You can choose a male or female health professional – giving you complete confidence.) You can see a medical professional within 24 hours and book appointments up to a month in advance. Take a look at our full list of services for registered patients.

The health centre is opposite the lower entrance to the Potteries on Stafford Street in Hanley. There are bus and rail links nearby, and there’s free disabled parking right outside the centre. There are hundreds of pay and display spaces within half a mile.

Treatment you can trust

The Hanley Health and Wellbeing Centre is run by Care UK the UK’s largest independent provider of health and social care. Care UK works with local authorities and NHS commissioners to deliver a wide variety of services. These range from urgent care services and GP practices like the Hanley Health and Wellbeing Centre, to out-of-hours and 111 services, care homes and home care services.

We’re committed to delivering efficient, accessible and high quality healthcare services, reducing waiting times as well as the number of visits to A&E departments that could be handled by other services.

Online appointments

Patients can book, view, amend, cancel and print appointments online. Find out more about online appointments.

Online prescriptions

Patients are able to order, view and print a list of repeat prescriptions or medicines and appliances online. Find out more about online prescriptions.

Coming soon: online patient record

We plan to offer patients the facility to view, download and print summary information from their record online. The information will relate to medications, allergies, adverse reactions and any other items agreed between the practice and individual patient by 31st March 2015, subject to the availability of NHS GP systems and software.

We publicise and promote our online services to our practice patients through this website, practice waiting room leaflets, posters and the Patient Participation Group. Find out more about our Patient Participation Group.

Our news

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December 23rd 2014

Everyone wants Christmas to be magical but all too often it can become stressful as family members’ different needs and expectations collide. Maizie Mears-Owen offers advice on how to survive Christmas and support relatives with dementia.

December 12th 2014

 Care UK today announced the appointment with immediate effect of Phil Whitecross as Chief Financial Officer.

November 17th 2014

A Stoke healthcare centre is warning that poor early uptake of the seasonal flu vaccine could put lives at risk.

January 23rd 2015

National charity Age UK has launched its ‘No one should have no one’ campaign after a survey showed that a quarter of people over 65 (2.9m individuals) felt they had no one to go to for help or support.

January 23rd 2015

National charity Age UK has launched its ‘No one should have no one’ campaign after a survey showed that a quarter of people over 65 (2.9m individuals) felt they had no one to go to for help or support.

January 20th 2015

Dr Adeel Rasul, a GP at The Hill General Practice and Urgent Care Centre in Sparkhill, Birmingham, looks at why the cold is a problem for older people and what they can do to stay healthy and warm.

January 15th 2015

A new report published to coincide with National Obesity Awareness Week issues the stark warning that obesity is one of the biggest threats to public health and could result in more than 50 per cent of people being classified as obese by 2050.

January 13th 2015

Health Education England has announced a £5 billion investment in education and training programmes for 2015/16. It follows a recent call to increase healthcare services outside of hospitals.  

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