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Bogus ‘phishing’ emails - 15.11.19

We have been alerted to bogus ‘phishing’ emails that may be received by registered patients. These emails claim to be from local GP practices and state that access to online GP services has been changed and that patients should log on to their account and update their information.
We would like to remind all local patients to be vigilant and to report any such ‘phishing’ emails and not to click on any links or open any attachments unless they are absolutely certain that the message is genuine. If you do click on any unverified links or attachments you may allow criminals to access your information and/or to corrupt your computer.
Your GP surgery will never send you a message asking you to click on a link to update your details. If in doubt, visit your registered surgery or contact them using trusted contact information.
If you receive an email you should check it for signs that it may not be from the true source it appears to be from.

EU Exit (31.10.19) - Medication and Treatment - 11.10.19

Please click on the following link for further details on EU exit preperations

Update - Virgin Media Customers - 21.06.19

The issues stated below have now been resolved and Virgin Media customers should now be able to contact the surgery.

Urgent - Virgin Media Customers - 14.06.19

We are aware that some patients are experiencing problems when using a Virgin Media landline to call Waters Green Medical Centre, Macclesfield. Engineers are working to resolve the issue. In the meantime, affected patients are advised to contact their GP practice another way. We’ll post an update when the problem had been solved.

National Unplanned Pregnancy Advisory Service (NUPAS) (March 2019)

Women can self-refer via the website or by calling 0333 004 6666.

Self refer to Physiotherapy (March 2019)
EU Exit - Medication and Treatment (March 2019)

Click here for more information - Getting Medication

CQC Inspection - 28th January 2019

Click here for more information - CQC Information

Self Care - Get Well, Stay Well

Click on the following link to watch our video of useful tips on looking after yourself or seeking medical help when you have a common, self-limiting condition - Self Care

Need Urgent Dental Care?

Click here for more information - Urgent Dental Care

Children and Young People Out of Hours Advice Line

Click here for more information - CWP CAMHS Advice Line

Improving Access to General Practice (1/10/2018)


For more information, please click on the link below:

Patient Access (1/6/18)

The new version of Patient Access launches on 30th May 2018.  This version brings a redesigned user experience, simplified registration and sign in and an all new self-serve support site. Click on the link below.

Patient Access

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force from 25th May 2018.

Please refer to the following notices/statements for further information, these can be found in our GDPR tab on the right hand side of this page.

Patient Privacy Notice – explains what information we collect about you, how we store this information, how long we retain it and with whom and for which legal purpose we may share it.

Website Privacy Statement – aims to give you information on how we collect and process your personal data through the use of this website

NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBA) Privacy Notice  – aimed to make it easier for you to find out how the NHSBA  uses and protects your prescription information.

Re-Shape Adult Weight Management Programme at Everybody Sport and Recreation (17/4/18)


Are you a Cheshire East Resident?

Are you 18 years of age or older?

Is your BMI greater than 25kg/m2 and less than 40kg/m2?

Are you motivated and wanting to lose weight and improve your health?


If you meet all the above then get in touch with a member of the Everybody Healthy Team on 01625 383943.

If your BMI is over 40kg/m2 and you would like to be referred to this programme then please make an appointment at the surgery to see a GP.



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