Podiatry Clinics

The specialist diabetes clinics also give patients a chance to have regular foot checks in the practice for any signs of circulatory problems or nerve damage to the feet (which can be associated with diabetes). It is important to attend these check-ups.

Any foot problems, which arise between these appointments, should be attended to quickly in all diabetic patients. If you are diabetic and develop pressure areas, blistering, toenail problems or sustain any injury to the feet, emergency podiatry appointments are available locally to deal with emergencies if you cannot wait for a routine appointment through your doctor.

Please note: This clinic will not be able to provide nail cutting or full treatments.

It will run on a first come, first served basis. An appointment is not necessary but you must be prepared to wait.

You can attend between the times listed below. Patients who arrive after that time will not be seen on the day, but can attend at the next available clinic anywhere in the district.

Clinics are held at the following centres:


Eccles Gateway, Barton Lane, Eccles. Tel: 212 5500 13:30 – 15:00

Higher Broughton Health Centre, Bevendon Square, Higher Broughton. Tel: 212 4500 13:30 – 15:00


Swinton Clinic, Partington Lane, Swinton. Tel: 212 5100 13:30 – 15:00


Walkden Gateway, Smith Street, Walkden. Tel: 212 5200 13:30 – 15:00


Pendleton Gateway, 1 Broadway, Salford. Tel: 212 4600 13:30 – 15:00

Eccles Gateway, Barton Lane, Eccles. Tel: 212 5500 13:30 – 15:00


Emergency “Drop-in” clinic
Irlam Health Centre, Macdonald Rd, Irlam. Tel 212 5400 09:30 – 10:30