Welcome to the website for Cheadle Medical practice
Welcome to our surgery website where we hope you will quickly benefit from a user friendly layout and a wealth of information about our healthcare services . Find out when we’re open and what to do when we’re not, all from the comfort of your own home.
CONSULT WITH US ONLINE
Please click on the link below to submit your query to us online
Lockdown and Babies - information Posters
Crying & Babies
Lockdown & Lonliness
Stressed father & Baby
Stressed parent & Baby
What can your NHS dentist do for you?
What your NHS dentist can do for you
Vaccinations information for people who have moved to the UK
The leaflet below provides advice on vaccinations and how to access them, for people that have moved to the UK.
Coming to the UK leaflet
Telephone Helpline Flyer
New telephone helpline service available for patients with learning disabilities, autism, their family members and carers
Greater Manchester Spice Warning
Changes to the south Manchester Diabetic Eye Screening Programme
GM South Information Poster
Please see the link THC Vape warning which contains a warning about Synthetic Cannabinoids ('Spice') mis-sold as THC-Vape/Cannabis Oil/THC vape pens
Find us on Facebook!
Our Facebook page is now live! Search Cheadle Medical Practice and give us a like. You'll find lots of great health advice and information about the practice.
Visit us on Facebook
EXTENDED HOURS APPOINTMENT SERVICE
All patients registered with a GP in Stockport can now book a routine appointment, up to two weeks in advance, in the evenings and Saturdays & Sundays. You may not be able to see your own GP but you will be seen by a suitably qualified health professional such as another GP, Healthcare Assistant (HCA) or practice nurse.
You can book an appointment up to two weeks in advance by calling the main number of your own GP practice.
- Monday to Friday: 6.30pm-8pm (Kingsgate Hub, Wellington Road, Stockport SK4 1LW)
- Saturdays & Sundays: 8am-12pm or 9am-1pm (Practice Hub, alternating weekends) and 9am-4.30pm (Kingsgate Hub)
- Bank Holidays: 8am-12pm or 9am-1pm (except 25th Dec, 26th Dec or 1st Jan
For more information visit: www.viaductcare.org.uk/our-services/7-day-access
Pregabalin & Gabapentin
Cheadle Medical Practice Champions
Do you have a couple of hours a week to work with us to improve the health & wellbeing of our community?
As a volunteer Community Champion you could get involved in a variety of different activities and use your life experiences and skills to really make a difference in our community.
To find out more about becoming a Cheadle Medical Practice Community Champion, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click on the following link for more information Community Champions
Expression of Interest
If you are interested in getting involved with local community groups or activities, click on the wellbeing prescription link below, download the form, complete your details and tick what groups you would be interested in and pop it in at reception. Alternatively, have a chat with one of our champions at our hub which is run every Friday at the practice 10am-12 noon. You can also email the champions on email@example.com
Please click on the link below to see the audit summary of our infection control inspection
Wellbeing and Self Care Service at Cheadle Medical Practice
This service is for patients aged 18+ to help manage things in your life that may be affecting your health & wellbeing. Appointments are available to book online and by calling the practice. Please click on the following link for more information. Wellbeing and Self Care service
For information about PSA screening for prostate cancer, please click the link below
Please click on the following links for information about Stockport groups for people living with dementia, their families, carers and friends.
Stockport Groups for people living with dementia
Stockport dementia groups map
Please try and make sure that you contact the groups before attending as some of them are currently full.
“The 5 things you should know about dementia” from the Alzheimer’s Society: Alzheimer’s Society - five things we should all know about dementia
For local services supporting people with dementia and their carers please see below:
Dementia Walking Group
For details about the fortnightly dementia walks around Abney Hall Park, please click on the following link Dementia Walking Group
Urgent and Emergency Care
Do you need urgent medical help or advice but it’s not a life threatening situation?
If the answer is yes – call 111.
This NHS phone service, free to both landlines and mobiles, makes it easy for you to get high quality health advice when you need help fast but it’s not a life-threatening situation.
NHS111 is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The call handlers can provide health advice, put you in touch with the right service, arrange to have you seen by a doctor or call you an ambulance.
Introducing NHS 111 online in Stockport
From 23 July 2018 patients in Stockport will be able to access the same urgent medical advice from the 111 phone line online at 111.nhs.uk.
111 online helps people get urgent healthcare using their smartphone, laptop or other digital device. you will answer questions about your symptoms and receive tailored advice on what to do next and where to go.
If appropriate, the service will also arrange for you to receive a call back from a nurse, doctor or other trained medical professional.
Initially, you will be signposted to the service via a recorded message and optional text message when you call 111.
How does 111 online work?
Visit 111.nhs.uk, enter your age, sex, postcode and main symptom, you will then be taken through a series of questions about your symptoms. These questions are similar to the ones asked on the phone. Once you have answered the questions, you will then be told what to do and where to go, including whether you need to see a GP or seek urgent care.
In some areas, people will also be able to arrange a call back from a nurse, doctor or other trained medical professional through the online service.
Will people still be able to use the NHS 111 telephone service?
Yes – the 111 phone service will still be available. 111 online simply provides an additional way of accessing the same service as the phone line.
Can anyone use the service?
The 111 online service is not available for under 5s. People looking for urgent medical help for under 5s should use the 111 phone line.
Can people access the service from anywhere?
The 111 online service will be available for people in Stockport from 23 July 2018. People will be able to access the service from wherever they are, by entering their postcode into the postcode finder at 111.nhs.uk.
The service is currently being rolled out across the country and the aim is for everyone in England to be able to access the full 111 online service by the end of the year.
Does the online service store personal details or information?
In order to use the service and receive advice about their symptoms, people need to enter their postcode (to get help in the right location) and their age and sex (so the right medical questions are asked.) If they choose to book a call back from a local health service, they will need to enter contact details to arrange this.
How can people feedback about the service?
Further feedback and comments on the service can be directed to CCG Communications via firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is also a link to a feedback form at each stage of the online service, which will be sent directly to the national team.
For information about urgent care services please click on the link below which will take you to the urgent care page of the CCG website
Choose Well -http://www.choosewellmanchester.org.uk/
Mastercall Weekend Service
If you would prefer to be seen at the weekend for your routine reviews, appointments are available at Mastercall on Saturdays 9-12 and 12-3, and Sundays 9-1. If you are happy to be seen by Mastercall and would like us to forward your details to them so that an appointment can be arranged, please speak to a member of the reception team. Please note that these appointments will be held at their new premises on Pepper Road, Hazel Grove.
St Ann's Hospice Health and Wellbeing Hub
The Health and Wellbeing Hub is a drop in service, anybody is welcome – offering information and advice, also to gain an insight into the services that are provided.
Runs every week on a Wednesday.
Time: 12.00 – 17.00
Location: St Ann’s Hospice Little Hulton, Meadowsweet Lane (off Peel Lane), Little Hulton, Worsley, Manchester, M28 0FE
Please report to reception on arrival at the main entrance and a member of the Day Therapy Team will be informed.
Patients and carers can call on the Freephone number for information: 08000771968 or text: 07599232908. Information is also available at www.sah.org.uk
iCan - Patient Resource
This new website provides information for cancer patients regarding lifestyle, early diagnosis, screening and psychological support.
We have smoking packs with information available at reception and we have an in house stop smoking clinic. Please ask at reception for further information or to book an appointment.
Do you have Type 2 Diabetes?
The X-PERT is a 6 week group education programme. It will help you understand more about diabetes and how you can manage it through lifestyle changes. It is suitable for anyone newly diagnosed and those who have had diabetes for a while but want to learn more.
Each programme is ru by 2 experienced health professionals who will guide you through all aspects of your diabetes. It is a 2.5 hour session each week for 6 weeks. It is important that you attend all the sessions to fully benefit from the course. If you wish you may bring along a family member or friend. The X-PERT is run on different days in various venues around Stockport.
Please see the link below for more information
XPERT Group Education Flyer
Stockport Diabetes Service
The Stockport Diabetes Service have launched a Facebook page this week which will enable the service to share current and up to date information and news to support individuals with diabetes and carers of people with diabetes. Social Media is an excellent tool to inform and educate about all aspects of diabetes and diabetes care.
The Stockport Diabetes Service have launched a Facebook page this week to coincide with Diabetes Awareness Week.
Please follow the link below which will direct you to the Stockport diabetes Facebook page.
Are you Suffering from Heal Pain or plantar Fasciitis? Visit the heel pain drop in clinic
Every Tuesday from 2.45pm
1st Floor Kingsgate House
Wellington Road North
Stockport Self Help Services Stressbusters
Stressbusters is a new service to help people aged 10-18 years old to cope with life's problems. Please click on the link below for further information and contact details.
Stockport self help stressbusters flyer
Men are automatically invited for screening in the year they turn 65. Men who are older than 65 and who have not previously been screened or treated for an abdominal aortic aneurysm can opt in through self referral direct to the screening programme quoting your NHS Number. For more information visit aaa.screening.nhs.uk