NATIONAL DIABETES AUDIT
This GP practice is taking part in an important national project about people at risk of diabetes and diabetes care and treatment in the NHS. The project is called the National Diabetes Audit (NDA). read more...
Out Now – Autumn 2017 Newsletter
The latest edition of the Bunbury Medical Practice is now available. CLICK HERE
Clinic's are available through October for people Aged 65 and over, "At Risk", Pregnant and Carers.Please ring the surgery to book an appointment. 01829 260218 details
FRIENDS AND FAMILY SURVEY
Would you recommend us to friends and family? Please complete the questionnaire by clicking here
Important Dispensary News
The dispensary is closed between 1.00pm & 2.00pm. read more...
PHYSIO FIRST – SELF REFERRAL
If you are suffering from one of the following problems, you can see a physio at the practice, without seeing the GP: Sprains and Strains Joint Arthritis Back pain Neck pain Trapped nerves Whiplash Please phone the surgery to make an appointment.
Bunbury Walking For Health goes Weekly!
BUNBURY WALKING FOR HEALTH - Join the growing group read more...
Do you Need Advice About Who To Call When?
Below is a link to the Choose Better website. It was created by an NHS trust in East Midlands but is very relevant to us all. It offers advice about medical problems you may have, when should talk to your pharmasist, call 111, contact Out of Hours or finally contact A&E/999 www.choosebetter.org
MEDICATION PHONE LINE IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE
You can no longer phone the surgery to request medication. the dedicated phone line has ceased to operate. read more...
Extended Hours Surgeries
This is a service for patients who find it difficult to attend surgery during normal hours.The service is available in various centres around the area and between them they are open from Monday to Friday evenings and Saturday morning. Appointments may be made by phoning 03001237740 option 3 between the hours of 8am and 8pm.
Accident & Emergency Department
Please do not use this service instead of the surgery or the new 111 service. Accident and Emergency should only be used in a critical or life threatening situation. There are A&E departments at the Countess of Chester and MCHT Leighton hospitals. Click the links for more information.
If you are unable to decide which service would be most suitable for your problem, the West Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group website page Choose Well is a source of further information and advice. Click the link to access the page.
Please follow this link to view our web page on NHS Choices