IMPORTANT: WE WOULD LIKE TO MAKE YOU AWARE THAT WE WILL BE CHANGING OUR COMPUTER SYSTEM AT THE SURGERY ON WEDNESDAY THE 4TH OF NOVEMBER, AND WHAT AFFECT THIS WILL HAVE ON YOU. UNFORTUNATELY FROM THE 19TH OF OCTOBER YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO BOOK APPOINTMENTS IN ADVANCE AND THEY WILL ONLY BE AVAILABLE ON THE DAY. IN ADDITION TO THIS YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ACCESS THE WAITING ROOM ONLINE SERVICE FROM THE BEGINNING OF OCTOBER. ONCE THE NEW SYSTEM HAS BEEN INTRODUCED THERE WILL BE A NEW ONLINE SYSTEM AVAILABLE, DETAILS TO FOLLOW. THE CHANGEOVER TO THE NEW SYSTEM WILL HAVE SOME IMPACT ON THE SURGERY TO BEGIN WITH. HOWEVER, WE ARE WORKING TO ENSURE THAT THIS WILL HAVE AS LITTLE AFFECT ON YOU AS POSSIBLE BUT WE APOLOGISE IN ADVANCE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE. MANY THANKS, BRAMHALL HEALTH CENTRE
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We apologise for screening all patients who wish to book appointments with a doctor or nurse for the risk of the Ebola Virus.
You will be asked if the patient for whom the appointment is for, has travelled abroad in the last 21 days (if the answer is yes you then will be asked if it was to Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leone). If you have travelled to one of these places, NHS England has advised that GP’s ask the patient NOT to enter the Health Centre and to advise the patient that a GP will call them back promptly. If patients present at reception, they will be asked to leave a telephone number with our receptionist and if well enough to do so, to return to their car, or home. A doctor will then promptly phone the patient to assess their symptoms and advise them accordingly. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
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.
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.
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.
(Site updated 30/09/2015)