Community Nurses

District Nurses provide the following services: wound management, ear syringing, administration of certain medications, blood taking ( for certain patients), chronic disease monitoring for certain conditions, minor illness advice, varicose vein and circulation assessment and terminal care. They provide care to people who are too ill or infirm to come to the surgery and are frequently involved with patients recently discharged from hospital requiring follow up nursing care and patients suffering from chronic or terminal conditions.

To contact the District Nurses telephone 01270 780085 and leave a message. Messages are collected at 9am, 1pm and 5pm by the district nurse on duty.

Health Visitors

Health Visitors are available to provide advice for children up to the age of 4 years, undertake child health surveillance and child protection, feeding and weaning advice, baby weighing, sleep problem advice, post natal depression counselling, and advice to smoking parents.

If you are expecting a baby, the Health Visitor will be in contact when you are approximately 36 weeks pregnant as they offer a visit to all prospective parents. The next routine contact is at approximately 28 days after delivery in your home. This visit involves a discussion of any concerns and routine checks. Any problems with feeding, sleeping, child development, family support can be discussed. Follow up visits are offered until mother and baby have had their first postnatal examinations at the surgery at approximately six and eight weeks after delivery respectively.

Further support throughout the early years is provided with routine checks at 9 months, 2 years and 3 years. Baby immunisations will be arranged with the doctor or Practice Nurse.

A Health Visitor can be contacted on 0300 1234 919

Attached Staff


A physiotherapy clinic is held at the surgery on a Thursday. Patients are referred by the doctor and the appointments are made direct by the physiotherapists. They have a direct line, 01270 781900, which records messages but they are only picked up on the clinic day.


The Podiatry clinic is now held at the Church View Medical Centre in Nantwich. There are no longer sessions held at the surgery. Patients can self-refer or be referred by the Nurse Practitioner or the Doctor. Forms are sent to:

Therapies Services Booking Centre, Macclesfield District General Hospital.

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