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Evening Meeting - Don’t Get FLU, Get Vaccinated                               

THURSDAY THE 2ND OF OCTOBER

Stockport’s Infection Control Consultant Dr David Baxter explains the dangers catching flu can pose and urges anyone at risk of developing complications from flu to have their free NHS FLU jab as soon as possible.

If you would like to attend, as space is limited, please register with Reception. If you arrive after 6.30pm and we have closed the main front door,please go to the side door and press the buzzer.

We look forward to seeing you there.


We apologise if you have encountered difficulty in getting through to us on the telephone cover the last few months, we have been aware that there is a problem and can understanding that it is a frustrating and unacceptable situation for our patients.

We have been advised by our provider that a new system is being tested, and as soon as it is available to us, we will advise you of the installation.

Until this is resolved, we ask that you are patient with our Reception staff who are trying their utmost to answer your calls promptly.  We are treating this as an urgent issue and will let you know as soon as it has been resolved.


Welcome To Bramhall Health Centre

Bramhall Health Centre is a long-standing teaching practice (we help teach qualified doctors who are training to become General Practitioners and are involved in teaching medical students). 

There are nine doctors operating from a purpose-built accommodation in the centre of the village (90% of our patients live within three miles of the centre of the village). We have over thirteen thousand patients registered in the practice.

The building also houses other services run by NHS Stockport such as the dressing clinic nurse, counsellors, district nurses, health visitors, midwives, physiotherapists, speech therapists and podiatrists.  This provides an ideal basis for a primary health care team approach to problems.

The practice is dedicated to providing a high level of medical care for our patients. We continuously strive to improve our services by encouraging staff attendance on update courses, organising in-house teaching sessions and audits for all staff.

Our Catchment Area: To see if you live within our designated catchment area, please copy the link below into your internet browser and you can enter your postcode to see if you are within our boundary.

https://www.primarycare.nhs.uk/publicfn/catchment.aspx?oc=P88015&h=900&w=1100&if=0


Bramhall Health Centre Building

Please note that the Bramhall Health Centre building is owned by NHS Stockport and not by the doctors in the practice. NHS Stockport is also responsible for the maintenance of the building including fixtures, fittings, cleaning and decorations including paintwork. If you feel the building is not being maintained or decorated adequately, then we would encourage you to write to the following address: NHS Stockport, Regent House, Heaton Lane, Stockport SK4 1BS.

Feedback/Complaints Policy

Your opinion is important to us at Bramhall Health Centre.  If you have any compliments, feedback, concerns or would like to raise a complaint, please direct this in the first instance to either the Reception Manager - Julie Meikle or the Practice Manager - Elaine Barnes.  Both of whom, will be happy to discuss your concerns further, or receive your suggestions.


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Flu Clinic Dates For September

Saturday 27th September 2014

Monday 29th September 2014

Tuesday 30th September 2014

These clinics are for over 65 year old patients, and patients who are at risk due to chronic medical conditions. Please contact reception to make an appointment.

Shingles Clinics.                      We are holding clinics for patients to be vaccinated against shingles during September. These are for patients born between

02/091943 to 01/09/1944 02/09/1935 to 01/09/1936 02/09/1934 to 01/09/1935   Please contact reception to book an appointment.

LATEST PRACTICE SURVEY RESULTS - MARCH 2014 - click on the Patient Group Page below to view

Put Patients  First campaign:

The Royal College of GPs is calling for Government to increase funding for General Practice from 8.39% to 11% of the NHS budget by 2017.  This will enable us to transform services for patients with a positive impact on the NHS as a whole.  Read more on the following link: http://www.rcgp.org.uk/campaign-home.aspx

 
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