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We've just finished watching BBC Panorama, this weeks story was about the UK's biggest GP chain. We want to be clear about the things that we do, that are different from the practice portrayed in the programme
* Everyday we have at least 2 GP's on site, some days we have 5
* Where possible we have employed GP's, at the moment we have 2 permanent GP's (Dr's Flynn and Dr Dullehan) as well as Dr Gor, Dr Kilroy and Dr Mather (Partners) on site each week seeing patients
* Our nurse team are very competent and led by Sister Michelle Adshead, a very experienced Practice Nurse, excels in care of chronic disease management, diabetes, COPD, sexual health, baby and childhood immunisations. We have our Trainee Nurse Assistant Emma (an experienced HCA who is now progressing her career with us), and our wonderful HCA Sue
* we always have one Doctor trainee, currently Dr Nagle, (who is already a qualified Doctor but gaining additional General Practice experience). The trainee is supervised every day by a GP. All of our clinical staff are always able to refer to a GP for advice if required.
* we have never had 1000's of letters waiting for a GP to see them.
* Our reception team are trained to signpost you to the right service and organisation for your needs, they have training from our clinical team in order to do this.
* Our duty doctor is always on site in case of an emergency.
We hope this gives you confidence that the practice on the programme, in our experience, is an exception not the kind of practice that you are patients of. We are a small business led by our Partners, who are all GP's, and have been collectively partners at Chadsfield for over 35 years. Please do not be concerned about Chadsfield and our team of committed Doctors and staff

Dr Gor busy at work today

  • w/c 13 May 2022 -Chadsfield saw 296 pts in the last 2 days. Thanks to all those patients that turned up on time.

  • Have you been asked to complete a FIT test and you are struggling?? FIT test

Elective Care in Greater Manchester (26/1/22)

Hospitals in Greater Manchester are starting to resume non-urgent surgery and appointments following a two week pause due to pressures caused by the Omicron variant.

If your appointment or surgery was postponed, please wait to hear from the hospital about when you will be rescheduled. Your GP practice doesn’t have this information.


Hospitals will initially focus on day case surgery, where patients don’t need an overnight stay. Restarting other services will be a gradual process as the situation continues to improve over the next few weeks.

If you are currently waiting, you may find it useful to visit Here you will find some information and advice on how best to look after your mental and physical health during this time

Have you got a new baby in the family? the following videos may help 

Car Seat -

Grandparents  - Safer Sleep - Grandparents.mp4 on Vimeo

Night Out  - Safer Sleep - Night out.mp4 on Vimeo

Sofa / Armchair - Safer Sleep - Sofa or Armchair.mp4 on Vimeo

Holiday / Temporary Accommodation - Safer Sleep - Holiday and Temporary Accommodation.mp4 on Vimeo

Complex Health Needs - Safer Sleep - Child with complex health needs.mp4 on Vimeo


All Six -

Al-Anon Family Groups

A Rhyme from a GP


At times of intense pressure............ and also

eating disorders

Operation Cranium

Hepatitis C

Food for thought

Suicide awareness. Worried for yourself or a loved one??

Our phone number is 0161 983 9388 - please dial carefully

April 8000 calls made or answered by Receptionists at Chadsfield. In May 9500 calls made or answered by Receptionists, please be kind when you get through on the phones, our staff are working very hard to keep up with demand

If I die it will be your fault

The Cheshire and Stockport Breast Screening service

"Due to the coronavirus outbreak, we are not able to offer self referral appointments at the moment. As there is a large backlog of women needing screening, Public Health England has made the decision units will only screen women in the routine screening age (50 to their 71st birthday). This situation is likely to continue for the foreseeable future."

Please be breast aware and contact the surgery as soon as possible about any unusual changes or concerns.

HIV: Let’s Sort This Together

 This year, the PaSH partnership launched Greater Manchester’s HIV campaign, HIV: Let’s Sort This Together’.  The campaign features local residents, influencers, and professionals openly discussing ways to prevent and manage HIV.

HIVe Step Up Scheme

Alongside the campaign, PaSH have also launched a step-up scheme for those most at risk of acquiring HIV. The scheme offers a range of exclusive interventions to build confidence and allow individuals to take control of their sexual health, including:

  • One to one sessions based on safer sex goal plans
  • Access to postal HIV and STI testing
  • Free condoms and lube
  • A range of exciting workshops to offer holistic support

 -please click here for information or visit  here, and latest news for update and see this BBC article

we are open as usual for your children

Type 1 diabetes and children

Care Quality Commission - Following on from our CQC inspection of August 2016 Chadsfield Medical Practice was shown to have some areas of 'outstanding practice' with no areas for improvement and an overall rating of GOOD. If you would like to have your say about Chadsfield medical Practice please follow this link

As a Training Practice we are committed providing medical students from Manchester University the opportunity to learn about general practice and, hopefully, encourage them to want to be GPs in the future.

We are delighted to confirm that we have received a Gold Awards for Excellence in teaching Year Medical Students in 2017, 2018 and 2019 and 2020.

We very much appreciate all the patients who have been kind enough to assist the practice with this

We are now a Parkrun practice Parkrun accessible   Junior Parkrun


At Chadsfield Medical Practice we have 'dress down Friday' on the last Friday of the month. This year we have chosen to donate the money to Rubens Retreat. The final total was £67.38

Improving access to general practice: evening and weekend appointments now available

Patients who are registered at this practice can book an appointment on weekday evenings (after 6.30pm) or at the weekends (on Saturday and Sunday). Appointments will either take place at this practice or at another NHS setting nearby. Talk to the practice receptionist to find out more or book an appointment.

Viaduct Weekend Service (7 Day Access) – Service Expansion 

Medical Receptionists - They are Invaluable

CQC Report - Chadsfield Medical Practice - Click Here

NHS Zero Tolerance Zone – Chadsfield Medical Practice 

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