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About Us 

We offer NHS services through the practice. The doctors and nurses at Northgate Medical Centre in Chester take pride in offering the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.  We run many clinics for chronic disease care and offer a wide variety of other medical services such as antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and well-person check-ups.


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Choosing well will help you and your family get the best treatment for the problem that you have.

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NHS STOP SMOKING INFORMATION:

FREEPHONE 0800 043 5134

TEXT: QUIT4GOOD to 60777

WEBSITE: http://www.quit4good.org


Northgate Development

Work is now progressing in our plans for the development of a new purpose-built Integrated Care Centre on the site of the former bus station on Delamere Street, Chester. Four local practices The Elms Medical Centre, Hoole Road Surgery, Northgate Village Surgery and Northgate Medical Centre will potentially relocate to the new building as well as a number of community services currently provided from St Martin’s clinic and Upton clinic. Find out more

Here's the artist impression of what it should look like when completed:

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Customers Northgate Development Survey

 


West Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group

We are part of the new West Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group, find out more about the service they offer here: http://www.westcheshireccg.nhs.uk/


Access

We have disabled/wheelchair access to the ground floor (at the back of the building) where we offer the full range of services. Please tell the staff if you need to be seen downstairs when you make your appointment.

Parking

Car parking is available at the nearby Gorse Stacks Car Park. Disabled patients may park behind the doctors cars at the rear of the Surgery for an appointment.


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NOTICEBOARD

NEW COMPUTER SYSTEM

As of Wed 11th June we are now using our new computer system 'EMIS Web'. Thank you for all your patience over the last week, it was much appreciated whilst we changed all our data over to the new system.

ON-LINE REGISTRATIONS AND PRESCRIPTION REQUESTS

We will shortly be starting a new on-line service for appts and repeats, this is called Patient Access. If you have already registered for on-line repeats you will need to register with the new system to order repeats and register once we close the current link you are using. We will put a notice on the website to inform you when this about to happen.

Once we are live you will need to come in to the practice to request to join the new system. The receptionist will be able to print you off a letter that shows your login details. You then need to go on to the website and register to use the service yourself.

If you are already registered to use the current system then you do not need to bring any ID. Any new users must bring a password or ID card in order to join.

WATCH THIS SPACE FOR THE START DATE!!

 

TEST RESULTS

PLEASE REMEMBER TO ALLOW 7-10 DAYS BEFORE RINGING FOR YOUR RESULTS

CALL RECEPTION AFTER 2.30PM (MON-FRI)

 

Current GP Registrars

Dr Rebecca Edwards & Dr Keziah Grieveson joined the practice in August 2013. They are available for appointments.

Dr Harriet Williamson joined the practice as a GP Registrar recently as is also now available for appts.

Minor Ailment Scheme

West Cheshire Clinical Commission Group would like our patient's opinions on this service, please complete the survey via the link below:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/mas-patient-survey

 

We welcome Students from the Chester University to register with us. Please complete the two on-line forms in the 'New Patients' section above.

Electronic Prescription Service - EPS2 

Patients who would like to collect their repeat prescriptions directly from the pharmacy without the need to come to the surgery, just need to visit their 'preferred' pharmacy and NOMINATE to start using the system. Hope we get some takers soon!

Not all pharmacies in Chester are linked yet.

 

Measles Outbreak

There has been a recent increase in cases of Measles.

If your child has not completed their two MMR vaccinations please make arrangements for vaccination and if you or your child are unimmunised and are due to travel abroad, please contact the nurse to discuss.

New Website Info

We have updated our website, you can no longer order your prescriptions in the same way, you will need to register your email address the first time you order a prescription.Any questions, please phone the surgery. Thank you for your patience.

Practice Training Dates

Wed 30th Apr 2014

Thurs 22nd May 2014

On the dates listed above the practice will be closed from 12.30pm-5pm. In an emergency, telephone 01244 379906 and you will be diverted to the Out of Hours Service.

Extended Hours

Do you work during the day? Do you find it difficult to attend the surgery during normal surgery hours? If so we are pleased to be able to offer you our Extended Access Clinics. These are available every day from 8.10am-8.30am and again from 6.00-6.20pm.

New GP Partner

Dr Bethan Royles joined the practice in August 2011 for as our GP Registrar. She is now a Partner at the practice. She is available for consultations at the practice on Wed & Fri.

DNA's

Last month we had 77 DNA's! It is important that you telephone to cancel your appointment should you not require it as it can then be offered to someone in urgent need of it. Thank you.

Last updated 24/3/13

 
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