Guardian Street, Warrington, Cheshire, WA5 1UDTel: 01925 650226
Guardian Medical Centre is a friendly and forward thinking GP training practice. We may have other doctors working with us either on a long-term or part-time basis and also locum doctors. These are all capable doctors who work fully within the practice policies and procedures.
Senior GP Partner - MBChB DRCOG 1987 (Manchester)
Working Days: Monday, Tuesday AM, Thursday & Friday AM.
Special Interests: Gynaecology, Paediatrics, Joint Injections, Palliative Care.
GP Partner - MBChB MRCGP DCH 1998 (Liverpool)
Working Days: Monday, Tuesday AM & Thursday.
Special Interests: Paediatrics, Men's Health, Joint Injections, Palliative Care.
GP Partner - MBChB DRCOG MRCGP 2002 (Liverpool)
Working Days: Monday, Tuesday AM, Wednesday AM & Thursday.
Special Interests: Contraception - Intrauterine device fitting / Contraceptive implant fitting.
GP Partner - MBChB MRCGP DCH 2001 (Liverpool)
Working Days: Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday.
Special Interests: Diabetes, Joint Injections, Paediatrics, GP Trainer.
Salaried GP - MBChB DRGOC JCPTGP 1990 (Liverpool)
Working Days: Wednesday & Friday.
Special Interests: Gynaecology, Paediatrics.
Salaried GP - MBChB nMRCGP MD CCT Clinical Genetics 1997 (Manchester)
Working Days: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday AM.
Special Interests: Paediatrics, Genetics, Learning Disabilities.
Salaried GP - MB BS 2004
Working Days: Tuesday, Thursday & Friday AM.
Salaried GP- MBChB 2000 (University of Liverpool)
Working Days: Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday.
Salaried GP - MBBChBaO, MRCGP 2009 (Belfast)
Working Days: Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
Salaried GP - MBChB 1998 (Liverpool)
Working Days: Monday AM
Our highly qualified nurses deal with a range of conditions and health concerns.
The practice nurses carry out the following:
Our health care assistant has three clinics per week for routine medical advice and help, such as blood pressure checks and taking blood samples, urine analysis and health checks. She also provides support in the baby clinic.
The practice management are involved in managing all of the business aspects of the practice such as making sure that the right systems are in place to provide a high quality of patient care, human resources, finance, patient safety, premises, equipment and information technology. The management team supports the GPs and other medical professionals with delivering patient services and also helps to develop extended services to enhance patient care.
Medical receptionists provide an important link for patients with the practice and are your initial contact point for general enquiries. They can provide basic information on services and results and direct you to the right person depending on your health issue or query. The reception team are committed to helping patients and deal with a constant stream of telephone calls and enquiries. When telephoning for medical attention, the receptionists will ask some standardised questions as instructed by the doctors to ensure you see the most appropriate person at the most appropriate time. They have been trained to make these enquiries so that you can be helped in the most appropriate way and are bound by confidentiality and data protection legislation.
The prescriptions team process hundreds of prescriptions a week and thousands of prescription requests per month. The team liaise directly with the GPs to provide the practice prescription administration and provide support directly to patients and the reception team to deal with prescription queries. The prescription department also provide the management team with regular reports and conduct internal audits to ensure compliance with strict information governance and prescription security standards.
Medical secretaries are an important part of the practice team and their role is mainly office oriented. Our medical secretaries often spend a good part of their workday typing and arranging referrals, liaising with the clinical and administration teams, patients and external services to ensure that referrals and the referral process runs smoothly. Medical secretaries also have responsibilities such as monitoring and distributing the incoming mail and pathology results at the practice.
The midwife is now based at the Children's Centre in Dallam. You can self refer to the midwife by completing the form on the Warrington Hospital Website under 'Maternity'.
The community or district nurses are based at Bath Street Health and Wellbeing Centre, they are in daily contact with the practice and liaise with the doctors on home treatments. You can telephone them directly on 01925 867924.
Health visitors are contactable at the new community centre at Meadowside, tel: 251530.
Their role is to provide health advice and support to the families of pre-school children, both at the medical centre and in the home.
They also carry out developmental checks on children and have an open access clinic once a week on Tuesday afternoons at the surgery for general help and advice.
All consultations are by appointment and you must first be referred by the doctor.
The surgery has access to physiotherapy via the service at Warrington Wolves stadium
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