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Take the Friends & Family Test today! See the link on the right

We are using a third party company called Docmail to send out some of our invitation letters. They operate according to strict  IT security standards which are set by Government.  If you would prefer not to be contacted in this way please contact us

Our email address has changed to stoccg.enquiries@nhs.net

Are you worried about your memory?  Please follow this link which has a list of signs and symptoms and make an appointment NOW with your usual Doctor

http://www.alzheimers.org.uk/

Pictures of the Doctors are under the Practice Staff section

We are open on Saturday mornings alternating between Shaw Heath & Bramhall. Contact reception during the week to check we are open before making a journey if you are collecting a prescription etc

New section on the website called "Patient Comments"

Take your own BP at Bramhall Park. Click here for more information

The surgeries are both open from 8.00am until 6.30pm. After 6pm the telephones are transferred to voicemail where you can find details of our out of hours service

 

New Patient Registration

register_now_blue_signIf you wish to register with the practice simply bring your medical card to the surgery, this will allow us to obtain your medical records from your previous doctor.

You will be invited to fill in a health questionnaire and to attend the surgery for a simple health check.

It is practice policy to encourage patients to be up to date with immunisations, cervical smears and other illness prevention measures.

If you have not moved into the area but are looking to change your GP you may need a pre-registration appointment with one of the doctors before being accepted as a patient.

Patients are now registered with the practice rather than an individual doctor however you still have the right to express a preference.

 
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