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Latest news for our patients on the Coronavirus click link to read

Latest Covid-19 information

Please click on the link below to watch the video of the latest on Covid-19

Latest Covid-19 Information Video



 Click link below to see information on the new Diabetic Eye screening service

Poster New Diabetic Screening service

The Practice has recently become a training Practice, this means we train Qualified Doctors to become GP's. They have clinics in our practice and see patients. Our Current Registrar is Dr Tristan Brown

GDPR - As you may be aware, data protection legislation is due to be replaced by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on 25 May 2018. The law aims to give individuals more control over their data and to create consistent rules about how data is handled and stored

The Village surgery has updated its policies inline with GDPR.

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Patients can now email the practice our email address is:

We have recently started to invite patients in for a Free NHS health Check the criteria is below, it is important to be screened regularly even if you have no out standing problems.

You'll be invited for a free NHS Health Check every five years if you're between 40 and 74 years of age and do not already have heart disease, stroke, diabetes, kidney disease or high blood pressure

Order you prescriptions online, book appointments online, see receptionist for details quick and easy to register for this service.

Here is a link to the inspection report: The Village Surgery CQC report


Practice Profile

We are a traditional practice working in a health centre in a suburb of Altrincham.

Our patients are very loyal and we have up to four generations of the same family with a very stable practice population.Or see the accolades in our entry in NHS Choices:

Facts and figures


  • 5350 patients
  • EMIS WEB operating system
  • PMS practice
  • Electronic prescribing
  • High QOF achievement
  • Online prescription requests and appointment booking

Potential New Patients

Please check to see if your address is within our Practice boundry? Click the link below and enter your post code

Practice Boundry click here to enter your postcode

Did you know that your pharmacy can offer help and advice on a number of minor ailments, see below:


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Covid Vaccination Information for Patients


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Latest Covid 19 news

Before getting in touch please see if your question can be answered on our frequently asked questions page as this may resolve your issue much more quickly.

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Diabetic Eye Screening Changes to the Service

Click on the link below see the changes and privacy notice re your data

Diabetic Eye Screening

Do you work full time no time for an appointment with your GP or nurse mon-fri 9-5 , here is the answer the Traffrord hubs you can book an appointment to see a GP or nurse at another practice after half past 6 week days and at weekends !

click on link below for more info:

The Trafford Hubs

EPS: Electronic Prescription Service

We have moved to Electronic Prescriptions, this means for most Medications you will not need a paper prescription, your prescription will go straight to the Chemist of your choice electronically.

Before this can happen we will need all patients to nominate the chemist where they will be picking up your medication from. Our reception staff will be asking you for this information.

Named Accountable GP

As part of our new contractual requirement for 2015-16, all patients registered with our practice are to be allocated a named Accountable GP.

What does "Accountable mean?" the new contract requires the named accountable GP to be responsible for the  co-ordination of all appropriate services required under the contract ad ensure they are delivered to each of those pateints where required, on the patients behalf. However, this does not mean that they will be the only GP who will provide care to that patient.

Will GP pactices write to patients to inform them of their named GP? No. However, practices are required to inform patients of their named GP at the next appropriate interaction.

Can patients choose their own accountable GP? In the first instance, pateints will simply be allocated a named GP. If a patient requests a particular GP, reasonable effort will be made to accomodate their preference.

Do patients have to see their named GP when they book an appointment? No. Patients can and should feel free to see any GP inthe practice in line with current arrangements.

All Patients registered at The Village Surgery have a Named Accountable GP 

Ordering Prescriptions online

You can order repeat prescription on-line, please ask at reception how to register for this sevice

Book Appointments on-line

Pleas ask at reception to register for this service

Join Our Patient Participation Group

We are currently looking for patients to join our patient group, The Patient Participation Group (PPG) is a group of patients registered with the surgery who have no medical training but have an interest in the services provided. The aim of the PPG is to represent patients' views and cross barriers, embracing diversity and to work in partnership with the surgery to improve common understanding. Please speak to a member of our reception team if you are interested in joining the group or email

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