Clinics We Offer

Diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of chronic diseases:

  • Asthma
  • COPD
  • Chronic heart disease
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • Diabetes
  • Epilepsy
  • Hypertension
  • Mental Health
  • Thyroid Disease

Additionally we offer the following clinics/services:

  • NHS Health Checks
  • Child Health Surveillance Checks
  • Childhood vaccinations
  • Contraception : including Implant fitting & removal and emergency contraception
  • Dressings and wound checks
  • Emergency contraception (treatment should be sought as soon as possible and, ideally, within 72 hours of unprotected sex)
  • Minor surgery (initial consultation and booking required)
  • Sexual health
  • Smears
  • Travel clinic (including travel vaccinations)  

We are also able to offer appointments with our "Physio First" physiotherapist, who is able to assess and advise on a number of musculoskeletal problems. Following assessment you may be given advice about your condition or, if appropriate, referral to another service eg Physiotherapy or the Adult Musculoskeletal Service for investigation and management.

Nursing Services

Practice Nurses

Our Practice Nurses run minor illness clinics, where they are able to see patients with the following problems and offer a prescription, where necessary:

  • Coughs & colds
  • Sore throats
  • Earache
  • Conjunctivitis
  • Diarrhoea and vomitting
  • Cystitis
  • Thrush
  • Rashes

The Practice Nurses also regularly review all patients with asthma, diabetes and heart disease and may also be consulted for dressings, stitch removal, ear syringing, baby immunisations, travel vaccinations and advice and health promotion clinics.

During the winter months flu injections are offered to those who have asthma or diabetes, chest or heart problems, or are over 65 years of age. If you are over 75 years old and have not been seen in the last year, or between 16 & 75 years, and have not been seen within three years, you may request a consultation for a routine health check with the nurse.

Health Care Assistants

The Health Care Assistants are available to take blood and blood pressure readings and carry out new patient health checks.

Contraception & Sexual Health

We have specially trained nurses at Park Medical Centre able to offer advice on a full range of contraceptive methods. The full range of contraceptive options can be found on this leaflet Your guide to contraception

We are able to fit and remove contraceptive implants at Park Medical Centre, please make an appointment via patient access or reception. Further information can be found on this leaflet Contraceptive Implant

Unfortunately we are unable to fit or remove IUD/IUS (Coils) at Park Medical Centre. For this service you will need to contact the local sexual health clinic. Further information Chester Sexual health clinic

Contraceptive Pill Reviews

We are trialling an online review service to see if we can reduce the need for you to take time from work to undergo a face to face review.

Women 18 years and older, who are currently taking a contraceptive pill, prescribed by Park Medical Centre who are happy with their current contraception and wish to continue taking it can request a repeat prescription via our online questionnaire.

These questions help us to identify those who may be at risk of complications therefore, it is essential for your own safety that you answer all of the questions accurately. It is your responsibility to ensure that the answers you give are honest and accurate.

In order to complete this questionnaire, you will require a current height, weight and blood pressure reading obtained within the last month. A blood pressure machine is available for you to use in the waiting room if needed.

If you are having any problems with your medication or would like to consider alternative contraception options, please book an appointment to speak to Nurse Lynsey or Sam, or your GP, who will be able to offer advice.

Community Nursing

District Nurses

The District Nurses are attached to the practice and provide care to patients, especially the elderly, who are confined to their home and need nursing care. Your doctor will arrange for this service to be provided, when necessary.

Health Visitors

Health Visitors usually become involved with families during the late antenatal period or first four weeks of baby’s life. They advise on health care of expectant mothers, babies and young children (including child health, breastfeeding, immunisation and post-natal depression); also of the elderly and disabled.

You can contact the Health Visitors on (01244) 398010.


The doctors and midwives provide antenatal and postnatal services. When you have a positive pregnancy test you should inform the receptionist who will give you a pregnancy information pack. Please note that the process requires expectant mums to choose a maternity service provider and self refer per the details in the Pregnancy Advice and Information Leaflet.

More information on pregnancy is available here ‘Improving me’ website