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Extended Opening is available to all patients to book a routine appointment outside of practice opening hours. This service can be found at the 1829 Building at the Countess of Chester Health Park - Appointments are available:  Mon - Fri 6.30-9.30pm, Sat 9am - 2pm & Sun 10am - 3pm. To make an appointment call 0300 123 7740 and select Option 3 between 8am - 8pm Monday - Sunday.  Please see our opening times 'When we are Closed' for further information and areas the Extended Hours Service is available.


Asthma, Diabetes And Healthy Heart Clinics

glucose_readingAppointments can be made with the Practice Nurses to monitor treatment, ensure appropriate medication and offer education and advice on how best to manage your condition. You will be invited to attend the surgery for regular reviews.

Nurse Practitioner

Our Nurse Practitioner Louise Hammond is available Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. She has had extra medical training so can prescribe medication. This means that she can treat you for minor illnesses, women’s health, children’s health and contraception issues.

Minor Surgery Operations

We offer a range of surgical procedures performed under local anesthesia.

Healthcare Assistant - Phlebotomy

Patients requiring a blood test can make an appointment at the surgery Monday to Friday.

Family Planning

All the doctors give contraceptive advice in normal surgery time. Appointments for advice and fitting of coils and caps may be made with Dr Ann McNutt. Sister Karen Roe offers a contraceptive implant service please make an appointment during her Friday morning clinic. The Practice Nurses can also undertake contraceptive advice and pill checks.

The surgery offer emergency contraception service within the hours of 8.00am to 6.30pm, if you require emergency contraception out of hours please see you local pharmacist.


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