GP and Nursing Services

We provide NHS funded services across 3 CCGs in Greater Manchester by running 9 different GP practices in Oldham, Rochdale, Middleton and Levenhulme.

Our sites provide GP and nursing services to the local population, with Walk-in Services provided 7 days a week in Levenshulme. The surgeries give local people access to minor surgery, on-site counselling, stop-smoking advice, drug and alcohol counselling, baby clinics and more within their own community. Each of our sites has a slightly different flavour as we seek to serve the local population, but delivered with the Hope Citadel mark of aiming to provide high quality healthcare to everyone with compassion and dignity.

Follow the links below to each of the individual websites:


  • Middleton Health Center

    Unit F1 First Floor, Middleton Shopping Centre, Limetrees Road, Middleton M24 4EL

    0161 655 7434 Visit Website
  • Unit K Fallowfield Retail Park, Birchfields Road, Manchester, M14 6FS

    0161 220 6080 Visit Website
  • Hill Top Surgery

    Fitton Hill Neighbourhood Centre, Fircroft Road, Fitton Hill, Oldham, OL8 2QD

    0161 622 2760 Visit Website
  • Hollinwood Medical Practice

    1 Clive Street, Hollinwood, Oldham, OL8 3TR

    0161 627 7900 Visit Website
  • John Street Medical Practice

    1 John St, Oldham OL8 1DF

    0161 785 7030 Visit Website
  • Village Medical Practice

    Crompton Health Centre, High Street, Shaw, Oldham OL2 8ST

    01706 881028 Visit Website
  • The Kingsway Practice

    285A Kingsway, Rochdale, OL

    01706 261866 Visit Website
  • Birtle View Medical Practice

    George Street, Heywood, OL10 4PW

    01706 261823 Visit Website
  • Kirkholt Medical Practice

    Queens Drive, Rochdale, OL11 2NP

    01706 261813 Visit Website

Whole Person Healthcare

The greatest disease in the West today is not TB or leprosy; it is being unwanted, unloved, and uncared for. We can cure physical disease with medicine, but the only cure for loneliness, despair and hopelessness is love.

We want to provide healthcare that addresses the whole person, not just the physical. We believe that physical, mental, emotional and spiritual healthcare are intertwined together and so we have a variety of activities to help, and some that are just for fun!


Our counseling team work closely with GPs offering counseling and cognitive behavioural therapy to patients. The team have pioneered a new approach for university students adopting the Cardiff model. The model works exceptionally well with this age group.


We provide support and sponsorship for a local under-eight football team.  (Hollinwood Football Club)


Baby Boogies meets once a week and includes fun, dancing, singing for the under-fives. Babes in arms, tubby toddlers and those on the brink of school join together and bring their parents or carers with them.


Singing is good fun, good for people with breathing problems and great for mental health and allows people to find new friends. Our fledgling choir is finding its tunes on a Monday night.


Arts and crafts for anyone who wants to come; those most isolated are encouraged to join. We know that social contact is protective to health. Over the months our ladies have made blankets for newborn babies, Christmas tree decorations, and lots of woolly hats.

Anne’s Story

Anne had suffered from years and years of domestic violence. Eventually she fled to a refuge. Anne was diagnosed with anxiety and depression. She started seeing one of our counselors.

Anne’s goal was to start being able to do housework and cook again; she was unable to touch anything that had been used as a weapon against her.

Over the next six weeks she was given strategies to help her. Eight weeks later Anne arrived at the practice with a pie. She had baked the pie for the staff - the most amazing accomplishment was using the oven.

The oven was the final piece of equipment to be reverted back from having been a weapon.