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Welcome to Upton Village Surgery

We are a relatively small, urban, practice located in purpose-built premises, situated in the heart of Upton-by-Chester.   The practice population is approximately 7,200.  We are not a Limited partnership.
We play an active part in the planning of health services for the local community and the development of primary care through our involvement in the Cheshire CCG

COVID -19 VACCINATION PROGRAMME 26/04/2021

Inviting 44 year olds to book their Covid-19 vaccine

 From today (Monday 26 April), 44 year olds will be invited to book their COVID-19 vaccination through the national booking service (online at www.nhs.uk or by calling 119). People will be contacted by text today and receive a letter later this week. A decision on inviting 40-43 year olds to book will be taken shortly. This phased approach is being taken in line with available supply.

 All appointments are triaged by telephone first and can only be booked by calling       the Practice on 01244 382 238.

         Please do not come to the surgery to book appointments.

GPs and Nurses will arrange face to face appointments with patients as required.


Please click on Coronavirus for more Information and News

Government Information can be found at  https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

eConsult

econsult

We have introduced a new service that allows patients who are aged 18 and over and registered at the practice to consult with a GP electronically and offers alternatives to calling or coming into the surgery for common, more minor problems.
Using this service you can also access self-help content and alternative options available to you (eg pharmacy, symptom checkers).  You can also complete your own annual review for Asthmas, Hypertension and Contraceptive Annual checks online.

To access the service directly click on 'Get Started Now' on the banner above.

To watch a video on how to use e-Consult, please click here:

e-Consult Video

 

 

(Site updated 02/05/2021)
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