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Text Updates to confirm consent to use mobile number

We are currently updating our text service and the asking for consent to continue to use the mobile number for appointments, or health updates.  Replies can be via the text or ringing into the Health Centre.  If choosing to ring us, this can be any time we are open over the next two weeks.  

Volunteer Dispensary Drivers needed

You will need to use you own car please.  Insurance should be free to add this usage on. We are allowed to pay 45P per mile.  If interested please would you drop a note to Dispensary Manager Sarah Taylor, or ring in and leave a message. 

Physiotherapy services

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

Staff Training:

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

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Patient Panel

Patient Panel

The Patient Panel is an independent body of 16 volunteer patients who work on behalf of all patients with the practice to improve services for all. Comments and feedback about experiences with the practice, good or bad, are gratefully received.

Please use the Patient Panel post box in the foyer. The Panel cannot deal with medical complaints - these should be dealt with as in our complaints procedure

Patient Panel Newsletter - April 2016 (pdf)



Holmes Chapel and Area Christian Communicare provide a volunteer driver transport service for patients living within the practice area. Transport is available to allow patients to attend the health centre or local hospitals when no other means of transport is available.

Patients requiring this service may contact them through the Health Centre. Users are asked to make a donation to cover the mileage.  Other kinds of help are available. Requests for help should be made to the Health Centre.

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