Brooks Bar Medical Centre is now Limelight Health and Well-being Hub.
In 2018 our GP surgery, known then as Brooks Bar Medical Centre, and its team moved from an old building located on Chorlton Road to a new location on St Brides Way off Shrewsbury Street. The new location sits on the first floor of a purpose-built community centre called Limelight.
We’ve now changed our name to Limelight Health and Well-being Hub, also known as the Limelight surgery for short. This reflects our new location and our ambition to extend this great space to the community, by inviting other community services the opportunity to share this space for the convenience of our patient and the community as a whole.
This name change reflects our new location, focuses on our ambition to bring together a collection of services, designed to meet the health and well-being of the Trafford community and beyond.
Dr. Louise Grant
Keeping up the tradition
It’s a tradition for NHS GP practices to be registered under there contract holders name, in our case that’s Dr Louise Nzinga Grant, but also more commonly the location name is used to identify the practice to the community, we’re keeping with that tradition by using the location name of Limelight.
People can find out more about the name change by visiting our website or by asking a member of the receptionist team.
Dr Grant is the GP principle and lead clinician at Limelight Health and Well-being Hub, she takes a particular interest in minor surgery and child health development. She has a keen interest in medical education and is an examiner for the University of Manchester’s Medical School and also hosts medical students. She also works for the Ministry of Justice as a Medical Member for the First Tier Tribunal, Social Entitlement Chamber.