Health services at Swinton Gateway

Most of the health service clinics are by appointment only and patients are referred to these services from a variety of sources including doctors and other health professionals.


Audiology is not a drop in or self referral service. New patients are accepted following referral from a general practitioner and existing hearing aid users are seen by appointment only. The contact details for appointments and general audiology enquiries are:

Please be aware that the phone lines are very busy - Audiology apologise for the wait, however keep trying. Alternatively you can email Audiology directly and they will answer your queries. 

Hearing aid batteries can be collected from the ground floor reception. Please bring your brown hearing aid record book with you.


The Salford Royal Podiatry department has a dedicated team who provide a quality integrated service both within the community and at the hospital.

We’re here to assess, diagnose and treat a range of foot and ankle problems as well as perform minor surgical procedures.

Find out more about the podiatry services provided and how to get in touch and make a referral.

Community diagnostic unit

You may be invited to attend the diagnostic unit to have blood tests or for some cardiorespiratory (heart and lung tests). These are things like heart rate and blood pressure monitors. The unit is on the first floor, towards the back of the left hand side as you come up the stairs or lift. If your appointment is during office hours, please check in at the reception on the second floor. If you are unable to attend the appointment or have other questions, please call outpatients on 0161 206 4100.

This page was last updated on 1 June 2023

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