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Dr Julia E Huddart
Dr Gill Scott
Dr Stephen R Maxwell
Dr Javed Sheikh
Dr Rachel Barnes
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Dr Iyegbe Iredia
Dr Nancy Butler
60-62 Alderley Road,
Cheshire SK9 1PA
Telephone: (01625) 532244
Fax: (01625) 417900
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Kenmore Medical Centre provides primary care services to its registered list of approximately 12,500 patients. The surgery doctors and nurses offer a wide range of clinical skills and the whole surgery team is committed to providing good quality care to our patients.
In order to maintain good quality services the surgery limits registration only to those patients residing within the defined practice area.
Non-UK citizens registering with the surgery are advised that doing so may not necessarily entitle them to free access to other NHS services (eg hospital treatment) and they are advised to clarify their individual situation with the Eastern Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group.
This website is intended to help you make best use of the surgery facilities and we are grateful to the Kenmore Patients' Group for their significant contribution to the content and layout.
In an emergency dial 999 for an ambulance. Accident and Emergency Departments are located at your nearest hospital:
• Macclesfield District General Victoria Road Macclesfield 01625 421000
• Wythenshawe Hosptial Southmoor Road Wythenshawe 0161 998 7070
• Stepping Hill Hospital Poplar Grove Stockport 0161 483 1010
Management Of Sudden Chest Pain In Adults
It is important that there is no delay in your being assessed and treated for a possible heart attack if you experience sudden chest pain. The quickest way to do this is to dial 999 – telephoning the surgery will only cause delay. Once an ambulance call has been made the crew will notify the Accident and Emergency department that you are on your way.
This will alert the cardiac team to be waiting with equipment and drugs – with a heart attack, the quicker these drugs are given the more effective they will be.
You do not need to be concerned that your pain may turn out not to be a heart attack – there can be false alarms – but getting to A & E without delay offers the best chance of a good outcome if you are having a heart attack.
(This advice has been disseminated by the Macclesfield A&E Consultant to all surgeries in the area.)