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Lache Health CentreHawthorn RoadLacheChester, CH4 8HXTel: 01244 671991
MB ChB (Leeds 1991) MRCGP DRCOG DPD Special interest in Dermatology
MB ChB (Liverpool 2005) MRCGP
M.B.,B.S MRCGP DFSRH DRCOG
RGN Dip Family Planning, ENB Respiratory 928, ENB Diabetic 998, V300 Nurse Prescriber, Clinical Diagnostic and Clinic Examination (Masters)
Our practice nurses run our treatment room, deal with contraception, cervical smears, diabetes, asthma, epilepsy, hypertension and vaccinations and may refer you to one of the doctors if it is appropriate.
Our receptionists are fully trained and do a very difficult job well. Please remember that if you seem to be kept waiting or seem to be asked one or two irritating questions, they are carrying out our policy which is aimed at making the practice run smoothly.
They have to judge the urgency of your request so try to give them the necessary information. They have been trained to elicit this and are not just being nosey!
The community midwives help look after our expectant mums and their babies and can be contacted at the Lache Children’s Centre on 01244 977791 or through the hospital on 01244 365000.
Community Nurses/District Nurses to Chester South Community Care Team - integrated team with Community Nurses, Social Workers, Physiotherpists, Occupational Therapists and Well Being Co-ordinator. Working day is 9am to 5pm
Community Nurses - 01244 625030
Evening and Night District Nurses after 5pm - 01244 385306
Weekend District Nurses - 01244 341327
The health visitor is closely involved in the health care of patients, particularly children, the elderly and the physically handicapped. She can be contacted through the clinic clerk on 682991.
The counselling service is available by referral from a doctor.
Community Psychiatric Nurse
Community psychiatric nurses also help to look after our patients and are normally contacted through the doctor.
The physiotherapist is available by referral from a doctor.