Coronavirus -(covid-19) Advice from NHS

Important information about the coronavirus (COVID-19)

Sick Notes and Isolation Notes During Covid-19 Pandemic

Coronavirus Information Videos

Polite patient notice COVID Vaccination Programme

The surgery is now starting to offer our patients the Covid Vaccination.

We are working in line with the government recommendations. We will make contact directly with you when you are eligible to be vaccinated. Please do not contact the surgery to arrange an appointment. You will be sent a text message or letter when we can offer you the vaccine.

For those who have been contacted please call the our direct booking line on 0161 6604280.

Please be advised this is a COVID-19 vaccination booking service ONLY and the call agents cannot assist with any other aspect of your medical care

Please note our reception staff cannot book your vaccination appointment for you; please call 0161 6604280 to reserve your appointment

Flu Vaccinations 50 -64

The surgery is now able to offer all our at-risk patients aged between 50 and 64 the flu vaccination, this is highly recommended. We would urge you to call the surgery, if you have not already done so to book an appointment.
 

Covid Vaccination

 

As we enter this current national lockdown the staff at Meadowside Medical centre are actively involved in the roll out of the COVID-19 vaccine. The government have prioritised the vaccination of everyone in the 4 most vulnerable groups within the next 6-8 weeks. This is a massive undertaking. As such we ask for your support in only contacting us for urgent clinical problems or symptoms that are concerning you. This includes symptoms that you worry may be cancer.  We are suspending some routine work including routine blood tests, allowing us to prioritise the vaccine roll out, continuation of childhood vaccinations, cervical screening, and management of patients with new or worrying symptoms. We also need to limit the footfall through the practice to maintain safety for patients and staff. We will review this in line with government review of lockdown, but ask for your support and help in only contacting us when absolutely necessary.

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Welcome To Meadowside Medical Practice

Meadowside Medical Practice is a long established forward thinking surgery.Our practice philosophy is to work together with our patients to provide them the best patient experience and consistently achieve a high level of quality care.

24 Hour Online Booking system 

This is a quick and easy way to book a routine GP appointment.
 
If you have already registered an account with us you can book straight away. If you haven’t registered you can do so very quickly by using the step by step guide. 

Appointments.

Please note that Reception staff may ask for some detail of your condition in order to help direct you towards the best clinician and to help that clinician prepare for your appointment.  However, if you do not want to provide this information simply tell our staff member when they ask.  Detail on the different types of appointments can be found here.

If you do not need the appointment that you booked, please call to cancel it so that others can benefit. 

OPENING HOURS
STAY WELL

Monday to Friday: 08:00 - 18:30

Tuesdays: Early surgery 07:00 to 08:00 and Late surgery 18:30 to 20:00 (for pre-booked GP and Nurse appointments only)

WHEN THE SURGERY IS CLOSED THEN THE OUT OF HOURS SERVICE CAN BE CONTACTED ON 111 HOWEVER, IN AN EMERGENCY CALL 999

Results Line

For results-line times, Click here

Latest Flu News

View the latest News flu campaign

STAY WELL

East Cheshire CCG has commissioned a short video (just over four minutes) to support our STAY WELL campaign. Please click here to see it otherwise see here for further help

A message from East Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group.

Feeling under the weather this winter? Then click here for lots of great advice on taking care of yourself and choosing the right NHS service if self-care isn’t the answer.

Improving Access to General Practice

Access to a GP has been extended.  Please see details at the following link

Self Care Help – GP appointment not always necessary  see video here