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Welcome to Lostock Medical Centre

We are located on Barton Road just in front of Lostock College and serve the whole of the Stretford area as well as parts of Urmston.

Our team includes 1 GP partner, 1 trainee GP, locum doctors, 2 practice nurses and a healthcare assistant as well as our practice manager, secretary, reception supervisor and receptionists.


Lostock Medical Centre moved from the old Bennett Street Surgery which served Stretford residents for over 20 years. We officially opened in September 2011 with the majority of the existing Bennett Street patients relocating with us and a significant number of new local residents have since registered with us. We currently serve just over 5000 patients at the practice and we are very happy to continue welcoming new patients on to our list.


Wheelchair access to the building is via a ramp at the front entrance. All patient services are provided on the ground floor of the building. There are 2 disabled toilets available on the ground floor, one in the waiting room and one at the bottom of the corridor. If access proves difficult to any of our patients at any time we would be happy to consider any suggestions for improvement.

Daily Drop in Clinic

We now provide a daily drop in clinic from 8:30am to 10:30am. These appointments are 5 minute appointments to deal with problems that need to be seen on the same day. There is no need to call the surgery to make an appointment, simply come on down to the surgery between these times and you will be seen.

Extended Hours

The surgery now offers GP appointments from 07.30 to 08:00 for those patients who find it difficult to attend during the usual surgery hours. If you would like to make an appointment during these extended hours please contact the surgery in the usual way.

(Site updated 08/11/2018)
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