From 26 September we'll be offering flu vaccination to those of our patients who are most at risk from the complications of flu, i.e.
All patients from 6 months to under 65 years in clinical risk groups**
All children aged two, three and four years **
All adults over the age of 65 years
Adults in one of the at risk groups can attend our "walk in" vaccination clinics, on 27th September or 4th October between 8am and 12.30pm. Alternatively book an appointment with the receptionist.
** Most children under the age of 18 years will be vaccinated by means of a nasal spray, without the need for injection. This will be available from 4 October only.
Park Medical - GP Surgery in Chester
Park Medical Centre is a long established and friendly GP practice, which operates from modern and purpose-built premises located just off Hoole Road, in Chester. We have a dedicated team of clinical and support staff who offer a full range of general medical and healthcare services, to ensure that our patients healthcare needs are fully met.
This website has been designed to bring you lots of useful information about the practice at the touch of a button, including any new developments that affect the surgery or patients.
We are currently able to accept patients from Chester and the surrounding areas (see "New Patients" for full details of how to register).
Opening Hours See the appointments page for full details of our normal opening and consulting times.
If you want a routine appointment, and find it difficult to get a daytime appointment, why not try the Extended Hours service? See our appointments page: “When we are Closed”
If you have an urgent medical problem, that cannot wait until the surgery is next open, please telephone the Out of Hours service. See our appointments page: “When we are Closed”
SUMMARY CARE RECORD
Click on the further information link "SUMMARY CARE RECORD" for an explanation of what this is and what it will mean for you.
HEALTH CHECKS for those aged 40 - 74
We're now offering free NHS Health Checks to those in the 40 to 74 year old age range, who don't have a history of chronic disease and are therefore less likely to visit the doctor or have a general health check in the normal course of events. The check, which is offered once every five years, is to assess your risk of developing heart disesase, stroke, kidney disease or diabetes and, if there are any warning signs, do something about it.
The check should take about 20 - 30 minutes and is based on straightforward questions and measurements such as age, sex, family history, height, weight and blood pressure, as well as a simple blood test to measure your cholesterol level.
Following the check, you wil receive free personalised advice about what you can do to stay healthy.
As the check is once every five years, you may not receive an invitation straight away. However if you do receive an invitation it's worth investing a little time and effort in attending your appointment.
(Site updated 11/09/2014)