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Changes to Extended Access Services; consultation ending 26 July

COVID-19 walk in vaccination clinic, 25th June 9.00 to 11.00


05.07.2022 - Due to high levels of staff sickness we have had to turn eConsult off for today. We are currently only dealing with urgent medical problems. We thank you for your patience and understanding.

Please click here for more information on eConsults, or click the button below to fill out an eConsult. 

 Consult online



Video featuring local GPs urges people not to delay seeking treatment for any health concerns

The sender ID will be SHMC



We are trying to identify patients who are military veterans.  Did you serve for at least one day as either a Regular or Reservist in the British Armed Forces? Then please inform the practice either speak to our receptionist or email

In accordance with GP contract 2019, we have now stopped using our fax machines. We will send correspondence by secure mail.  

For General enquiries:

For prescription queries/orders please use

Self Care Patient Information

My Life Warrington website gives information about what is available in Warrington for the following topics. Health and Wellbeing, Support for Carers and Child Care. Our Patient Advisors will use this site to help navigate you to services to give you extra support.

Referal to secondary care or community care

NHS England, BMA and N.A.P.P have provided a new patient information leaflet to explain what happens when a patient is referred to a specialist/consultant and what the process is with regards medication and fit to work notes when under the care of the  specialist/consultant. See the link below:

Click here to learn about what happens when you are referred

General Data Protection

Data Protection - Your Personal Data is Safe. Click here to read the General Data Protection policy of Stockton Heath Medical Centre as well as the other privacy policies.   

CQC Focused Inspection July 2018

 CQC Follow up Inspection March 2017

CQC report February 2016

(Site updated 05/07/2022)
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