Looking after the Health of Sandbach

Online Services

Register for our online services: Appointments, Prescriptions and Medical Record Viewer

Self Care

We are a self care aware practice. Self care is about looking after yourself in a healthy way. It can be anything from brushing your teeth, doing some exercise or managing common conditions like headaches, colds and flu.

Test Results

Please ring after 2pm and leave 3-5 days after your test before ringing. If urgent we will try to contact you. We can now SMS messages about results if requested.

Use your pharmacy

Your local pharmacist is able to give expert advice on common winter health problems and other conditions, from sprains to stomach upsets. Pharmacists can also give advice on a range of matters such as healthy eating, stopping smoking and emergency contraception.

Reception Services

Our reception team manage all front of house services and are your first point of contact. They will ask you what your problem is and they are trained to triage you to the right service/person. They are fully bound by our confidentiality rules.

Home Visits

Who can and how to request a home visit

Latest News

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World Mental Health Day – 10 October

The 10 October is World Mental Health Day, raising awareness and encouraging people to look after their own mental well-being. Mental health p

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Practice Closed for August Bank Holiday

Please don’t forget that we are closed on Monday 28 August 2017 for the May Bank Holiday. We will re-open as normal on Tuesday 29 August 2017.

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Self Care for Conjunctivitis

Conjunctivitis, also known as red or pink eye, usually affects both eyes making them; bloodshot burn or feel gritty produce pus that stick

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Behind the Headlines: Meningitis Vaccine Uptake at a Worrying Low

School leavers are putting themselves at risk of deadly meningitis if they don’t have the vaccine, reports BBC News. The Royal College of Nurs