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Welcome to The Maples Health Centre
The Maples Health Centre aims to provide a traditional family doctor service in a friendly efficient way. Information on this website will help you to make best use of the services we provide and our staff are always willing to answer any questions you may have.
We are trying to improve our access all the time and we request that if you do not need an appointment, you should call the surgery after 11.00am. This will reduce demand and hence free up the lines when people are trying to call in to make an appointment at this time.
The surgery is open Monday to Friday between 8.00am – 6.30pm and patients are seen by appointment only.
To Order Prescriptions and Book Appointments Online
To order your repeat prescription or book your appointment online, you need to come into the surgery and register for this service with one of our
receptionists: you will need to bring two pieces of identification with you, one a form of photographic ID (e.g. a passport) and a proof of current address (e.g. a current utility bill). You will be given a letter with a PIN number which will then enable
you to access the online services.
Dr Vivienne E Emmett
MBChB (Wales 1979) DRCOG
Dr Alison Jackson MBBS
(London 1996) MRCGP Dr Stephen Hogan MBBS (London 1999)
Dr Alexandra Cadman MBChB
(Manchester 2003) MRCGP DFSRH Dr Syed Haque MBChB (Manchester 1998) MRCS MRCGP Dip Urology Dr Suboshini Kugaprasad BSc (Hons) MBBS (GKT 2004) MRCGP DRCOG
There is access to the surgery by wheelchair and a lift is provided, but if you need further assistance do let reception know.
All toilet facilities are suitable for disabled patients. Spaces are specifically available for disabled patients and access from the car park is through the door in the car park, by pressing the buzzer.
A hearing loop is available at the reception desk.
Practice News and Notices
There are currently no notices.
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