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A drawing of a brown building with windows and slanting roofs, with the words "urgent care" on a sign above it.
Parents have given their seal of approval to Salford Royal’s children’s Emergency Department saying their child was treated with dignity and respect and was listened to.
Read more about Parents and carers share their opinion on the children’s Emergency Department at Salford


Three people wearing green polo shirts. They are holding up a banner advertising the Macmillan Mile walk which takes place in Bolton on May 20, 2023.
People who have been affected by cancer are invited to take part in the free Macmillan Mile walk in Bolton on May 20.
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The words, "Trafford residents...what's your experience been?" in the middle with speech bubbles around the outside in different colours - Pharmacy (green), Urgent Treatment Centre (Orange), A&E (red), GP Practice (yellow), NHS 111 (green), Mental health services (blue), Minor injuries unit (orange). There is also a thumbs up at the bottom and a thumbs down on the right.
An opportunity to share your experiences and views of urgent care services in Trafford is now available.
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