SandbachGPs - Ashfields Primary Care Centre
When we are closed
Staff training closures
New Patient Registration
Patient Participation Group
Access to your Records
GP Net Earnings
No Smoking Policy
Suggestions and Complaints
General Surgery Clinic
Lower Limb Clinic
Minor Surgery Service
Physio – Self Referral
Upper Limb Clinic
About Clinical Studies
Participate in Research
Current Research Studies
Heartburn and Indigestion
Oral thrush in babies
Think Pharmacy – Minor Ailments Scheme
How do I make an appointment?
How do I arrange a home visit?
How do I obtain a sickness certificate?
How do I order a repeat prescription?
How do I register as a new patient?
What do I do if I think I have an STD?
What do I do if I am pregnant?
How do I get my test results?
What are the NHS Prescription Charges?
Why does the receptionist need to ask what’s wrong with me?
Self-Refer to Local Health Classes
Patients at Ashfields Primary Care Centre, Sandbach can self-refer to the ‘One You Cheshire East’ service. One You Cheshire East
Behind the Headlines: New drug shows promise for preventing migraines
“Millions of people are set to benefit from the first new migraine drug in 20 years,” reports the Mail Online.
Measles Outbreak Confirmed in 3 areas of England
Public Health England have issued advice to the public as a result of a measles outbreaks in 3 areas of
Do you Think Pharmacy?
Your local Pharmacy offers a minor ailments service providing advice and treatment for the following conditions: Conjunctivitis Cystitis Impetigo Scabies
The Patient Research Experience Survey 2017/18
The National Institute for Health Research would like to understand more about patient experience of clinical research taking placing in
GP Opening Times – Christmas and New Year 2017/18
Below is a timetable of dates that your GP Practice is open over the Christmas and New Year holiday period
Bogus Email Alert
We have been informed that a number of patients have received bogus emails which look like they are from Ashfields
What do you need in your self-care kit?
Self-care can be the best choice to treat very minor illnesses and injuries. A range of common illnesses and injuries
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.
Free Online Mental Health Support
Residents of South Cheshire can now access free online mental health support. People, aged 16 +, living in South Cheshire
This practice is in the
South Cheshire CCG
and a member of the
SCVR GP Alliance
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