With Push Doctor, you don't need to visit a clinic.
You can speak to a GP online, from 6am - 11pm, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Our experienced, NHS-trained GPs can treat a wide range of conditions as well as write same-day prescriptions, fit notes and referrals.
Speak to a GP today from the comfort of your own home, at work or even on the go.
Ashton’s healthcare services look after a large part of the Greater Manchester population, which can mean they often have long waiting times.
Push Doctor lets you skip the waiting room experience and get a face-to-face online consultation with a UK doctor in minutes.
No waiting, no worrying.See a doctor now
Stil looking for an Ashton walk-in centre?
Ashton Primary Care Centre is open 7 days a week and provides walk-in appointments to the whole area. Waiting times can sometimes be long, so it may be quicker to see a Push Doctor.
Address: Ashton Primary Care Cenre, 193 Old Street, Ashton Under Lyne, OL6 7SR
Tel: 0161 342 7050
Monday - Sunday: 8am - 8pm
Express Pharmacy is conveniently located in the centre of Ashton. It’s open 5 days a week.
Address: 1 North Street, Ashton-under-Lyne, OL6 7HP
Tel: 0161 339 9992
Monday - Friday: 9:30am - 6pm
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
Walk-in centres deal with minor illnesses and injuries. Often run by nurse practitioners with GP support, you don’t need an appointment. You may be seen on a first come, first served basis, or see a triage nurse when you first arrive, who will prioritise your condition. Wait times can often be long and opening hours vary by area.
With Push Doctor, there’s no queuing and no waiting. See a doctor online, in minutes, and get the help, advice and treatment you need over video consultation.
We can offer advice and treatment for most minor injuries and illnesses, including (but not limited to):
Find out more about the treatment we can provide.
As we’re an online service, there are certain things that we can’t help with. If you need advice and treatment for the following, you should visit your local NHS walk-in centre or call NHS 111.
We can’t help with:
In an emergency, you should call 999. This includes if someone has: