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Physiotherapy services

Patients may now self refer for a consultation with a choice of providers- see the link under nursing services.

The Dispensary

Closed 1-2 pm  due to staffing - apologies for any inconvenience to patients.

Staff Training:

The Health Centre will be closed from 12:30 midday, for staff training, on the following afternoons: , Wed 7th March 2018, Wed 2nd May 2018, Wed 6th June 2018.

Changes to times for handing in Samples

To line up with nurse and transportation availability please ensure any samples arrive with us before 1:30PM please.

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Nursing Services

Nurse Practitioner – Is available every morning for consultations for many minor ailments and also can offer telephone advice. The Nurse Practitioners are qualified to prescribe. 

doctor_checking_babyPractice nurses and our health care assistant may be seen by appointment for treatment room procedures, and chronic disease management, including asthma, COPD, diabetes and BP monitoring.  We also hold Women's Health clinics

District nurses provide community care.  Messages for the district nurses may be left with reception from 8.30am to 4.00pm or you may leave a message on the District Nurses’ answer phone (01477 535014)

Health Visitors offer specialist advice to children until they start school, including women during and after pregnancy.  Contact with the Health Visitors is through the Health Centre's main number (01477 533100 selecting option 5 then 2).

Midwives provide care before and after the birth of your baby, and may be seen by appointment at the Health Centre. You may telephone the midwives directly: Leighton  01270 612141 or Macclesfield 01625 661145/661153 

Please click here for Ante-natal Care leaflet

Physiotherapists provide specialised treatment for all forms of orthopaedic problems, sports related injuries and other problems . This service is one a patient may self-refer into (see webpage link into Eastern Cheshire CCG website for the latest MSK self referral form).

Counselling, dietary advice and speech therapy are available within the practice.     


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