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General Practice Extended Hours Service

This service provides patients with GP and Nurse appointments, blood tests and physio assessments outside of core general practice hours.  Monday to Friday 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM, Saturdays & Sundays 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM and Bank Holidays 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM.  To make an appointment call 0300 123 7743.  The phone line is operational from 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM seven days a week.  For further information and areas this service is available select Extended Hours from our side menu.


Are you a Carer?

Cheshire West


Are you providing help and support to a relative, partner or friend who cannot manage because of a disability, illness or frailty?

If yes please contact the GP surgery and ask to speak to one of our Carer Link Representatives for the Practice - Agnieszka Heywood or Allison Griffiths.  Or you can simply complete a Carer Registration Form which is available at our GP Reception or by clicking the link below: 

GP Carer Notification Form

We will make a note on your medical record that you are a Carer and if you would like further information about services and support locally, including; access to respite, emotional and financial support, carers emergency card, please give consent on the Carer Registration Form and we will refer you to Cheshire West Carers Support.

For further details please click on the following link:

or contact the HELPLINE on 0300 102 0008

(Monday to Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM)

Cheshire West Carers Quarterly Newsletter 

Cheshire West Carers News March 2019 - May2019

We provide quarterly newsletters, next edition available soon.  They provide a lot of information on upcoming events and 'Whats On':

  • Carer Breaks
  • Working Carers
  • Brightlife Projects
  • Alzheimer`s Society
  • Carers Trust 4All
  • Making Space
  • GP Carer Link
  • Opal
  • NMC
  • Upcoming events
  • What`s on

Carers Trust

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