Welcoming patients from across Warrington to our GP Surgery & Family Practice
We are a 2 site innovative, modern Warrington based NHS Family Practice based in the Town centre and the North of Warrington.
We do accept patients both from within Warrington and also from out of our Warrington boundary areas, but the out of area patients.
Click on Our Sites for more details the 2 locations.
Our Opening Hours:
Our Surgery is accessible 8am to 8pm all weekdays & Saturday mornings from the Medi-Centre Warrington.
Full details of our opening hours from the two sites see Medi-Centre Warrington and Orford Jubilee Park site opening hours link
You can also access a GP appointment outside of our normal opening hours. Please click here for information on how to do this.
We accept all new patients
From both our catchment areas in Warrington as well as from outside Warrington Please click on Registration and follow the instructions if you wish to join us.
Practice's last CQC Inspection Report from 2016
We were delighted to have received ratings of "Good" across all areas with an "Outstanding" rating also received over some elements of our service delivery.
Full details - CQC Ratings Summary CQC Report on EMP
Our Clinics and Type of Consultations
Our team of healthcare professionals - GPs, Nurses and other allied health professionals - offer face to face and telephone appointments.
See clinics and services for more information on the services available.
More information online. Just another click away.........
View the new Medi Centre Warrington photos or order a Repeat prescriptions , see our carers pages , browse our self help pages , access our feedback function and please do give us constructive feedback that will help us improve our services for you as our patients.
Each of our Practice sites have lots of dedicated parking and are disabled and child friendly and accessible. They are also on major Bus routes and the Medicentre site is across the block from Warrington Central train station.
How We use your information
Our Privacy Notice explains how we hold your information and what we may do with it.
We do not currently have any vacancies at the practice, but if you believe you can support our team and Model, do send in a CV to email@example.com and we shall be happy to invite you if and when a role becomes available.
Extended Access Public Consultation
Warrington’s Primary Care Networks (PCNs) have launched a consultation on Warrington’s extended access service to ensure proposed plans meet the needs of local residents.
For more information please visit Extended Access Consultation: Warrington PCNs & GPs (ericmoorepartnership.co.uk)
Further Digitising Access to our Patients - "eConsults" :
Submit your request before 12:30pm Mon-Fri (excluding Bank Holidays) and we will get back to you mostly within 4 hours. If you submit your request after 12:30pm we will get back to you by email or by phone call within the next working day.
Please note that you will no longer be able to submit an eConsult from Friday at 6.30pm until Monday at 8am, you will still be able to access the self help pages and pharmacy advice during the weekends. If you feel you need medical attention please call 111 or in an emergency please dial 999.
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Common eConsult requests that you can make by submitting an online form include:
- If you think you need to request a face to face appointment - we will get one booked in if needed
- If you think you need a telephone appointment - we shall call you back the same day in most cases If you simply want advice on any aspect of your health – tell us your concerns
- If you need health related documentation including sick notes - simply submit the form
- If you want to discuss your medication - list the query
- If you want to share a picture / photo of your skin condition or report - attach them
Face2Face or Digital/telephone/video Consultations - Busting recent myths about accessing GP Practice teams F2F. But do all patients want f2F appointments ?
There are currently erroneous messages circulating through various media outlets that GP practice teams won’t see patients face to face, please be assured that this is erroneous and never applied to our own practice.
We would like to reassure patients that we have been seeing patients face to face throughout the pandemic and will continue to do so going forward. Seeing and examining patients in our surgery is enjoyable, rewarding and is a core aspect of our training as doctors. However a significant proportion of our patients do prefer digital and telephone or video-consulting appointments as they are convenient and easily accessible, so we offer this as an ongoing service to al our patients as an option. Even before eConsults came in, our telephone triage and telephone consultations have been in place since 2016.
Telephone and remote consultation are safe and most patients find them convenient and flexible, however, we may convert requests for a Digital or telephone or video appointment into a Face2face appointment based on the condition or initial assessment by the clinician.As a practice, we continue to see hundreds of patients face to face every week.
We would like to thank all of our patients for your support during this pandemic period and its ensuing challenges. Please be assured that we are working hard to provide a safe, efficient service to all of our patients.
RCGP 'THREE BEFORE GP': Three Medical advisory and access help points before you decide to call your general Practitioners practice
The 'Three Before GP', a slogan supported by the RCGP (Royal College of General Practitioners) and refers to three questions patients should ask themselves before booking an appointment with their GP:
Covid 19 Vaccines - Important Information
Following extensive trials, safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines has been approved in the UK and the vast majority of our patients have been vaccinated with primary and the booster doses over 2021 and this year.
The vaccinations and boosters for our patient care being delivered adjacent to our Orford Jubilee branch site and at other local vaccination service (led by GPs, practice nurses and community pharmacists) who are responsible for delivering the vaccine to people in your community.
When it is the right time for you to receive your continuing booster doses for the COVID vaccination, you will receive an invitation to come forward. This may be via the phone, or through a letter either from your GP or the national booking system.
Public Health England (PHE) has created a number of leaflets for patients which can be viewed here: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/covid-19-vaccination-programme
CONTINUING CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATES
Please visit our NEWS and dedicated COVID-19 web pages for the most up to date information.
(Site updated 01/07/2022)