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Appleton Health & Wellbeing, part of the CCA Care Partnership

 

Welcome to CCA Care Partnership, a modern forward thinking practice that is working hard to embrace the changes happening within Primary Care to deliver a high quality service to all our patients.

CCA Care Partnership operates its services from three sites across Warrington. These are situated in Culcheth, Chapelford & Appleton.  All our sites are easily accessed by car and local transport facilities, and although all sites have limited parking space both Culcheth and Appleton have been modernised and the new build for Chapelford is in its last stages of approval.  

At present we have GPs, a specialist nurse in complex care, a nurse practitioner, practice nurses, health care assistants and a wellness coach.  Many of our administrative management team and the patient care advisors are new and all are trained or are being trained to a high standard to better manage your needs. We are currently working with a patient list size of approximately 12,700 patients and welcome new patients.We have an active Patient Voices Group and we will always encourage new membership to begin to support the future development of our services for our population.

Our website is updated regularly and is crammed full of useful information about the practice that will help keep you informed of current developments nationally and within our practice itself.  

 

We run regular patient surveys on our site and we would encourage you to participate to ensure your voice is heard as primary care embraces the significant changes that are likely to be implemented over the coming 18-24 months.


*** Flu Vaccine Clinics***

Flu is a highly infectious illness that can spread rapidly through the coughs and sneezes of people who are carrying the virus. Some of the following symptoms are normally associated with flu:- fever, chills, headaches, sore throat and aching muscles. You can get flu at any age but it can be more serious if you are:- pregnant, over the age of 65 years old and also for peolpe who have serious medical conditions, please make sure you book your annual flu jab.

If you think you may be entitled to receive the flu vaccination, please ask a member of our reception team who will be pleased to help you. we will be organising bookable appointments towards the end of September and onwards.

Contact the surgery on 01925 763077 to make your appointment today.

 

*** We will be not be providing a Private service for the Flu Vaccination ***

 

 


*** REMINDER FOR PATIENTS ***

It is important that we are notified  immediately of any changes around your contact details, ie: address, telephone number, next of kin etc. Please ask the receptionist for the appropriate form which needs to be filled in so we can update your records.


****  Important Information about your Care Records ****

Patient.data - For more information and to download the opt-out forms see the links at the side of this page

  • Care.data - launch of care.data upload is postponed until Autumn of this year
  • Summary Care Record

 Important Information - From December 1st 2014 Appletons Telephone number and Fax number are changing.

New Telephone Number 01925 599136

New Fax Number 01925 266 891

Please use the above numbers from the 1st December 2014

 

 

***Protected Learning***

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In order to ensure continuing education for our staff we allocate the last Thursday afternoon of every month as protected learning time. On such occasions we are closed at this time. 

 


 

***Missed Appointments***

 In September 26 failed to turn up

approximately 4 hours of lost appointments

Please let us know if you cannot attend  

 


***Text Messaging Service***

 Would you like to be notified by a text message when your next appointment is due 

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Please contact reception with your mobile number or fill in the attached form that is located under the Further Information section 'Text Message Reminders'

 


 

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