Western Avenue Medical Centre serves patients in Blacon and the surrounding area.
Our practice and our GPs are all members of West Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group.
We offer a comprehensive range of general medical and health care services for you and your family which we are always seeking to expand and improve. The staff who work at the practice are part of our health care team working for your benefit.
The information on this website will give you and your family all the information you require about the practice and many aspects of your health and lifestyle.
Thank you to everyone that took part in our survey, you can read the results here.
People in West Cheshire can now book an appointment directly with ‘Physiotherapy First’ – a joint initiative between CWP and the Countess of Chester Hospital Foundation Trust (COCH). Find out more...
Dr Avula currently has a medical scribe working alongside him. A medical scribe is a non-clinical role. The scribe will record consultation notes and manage any paperwork generated during your consultation, effectively working as a Personal Assistant to the GP. The work of the scribe is checked by Dr Avula for accuracy. If you do not wish for the scribe to present during your consultation please make reception or Dr Avula aware.
The practice will be inspected by the Care and Quality Commission (CQC) on Tuesday 26th July. CQC comment cards are available for completion in readiness for the inspection. If you would like to complete a comment card please ask at reception.Read the last report here..
After much consideration, the practice has decided not to move to new premises on the Blacon Parade site. Because of the considerable cost involved, it was felt that any move would have a negative effect on the service that we were able to offer to our patients. If you require any further information please ask to speak to the Practice Manager.
How do I get involved in primary care commissioning? Click here to read an overview of all the different ways you can get involved with Primary Care.
Please rate our surgery at the national NHS Choices website - click here to complete the survey.
It is now a requirement that all patients have a named GP. The named GP will be responsible for co-ordinating all services relating to your care. This change will not affect the way in which you book appointments and you will still have a choice as to which GP you see.
Unless previously informed otherwise, your named GP will be:
Follow these links to useful information about the practice.
Getting the most from your GP. It is important to keep as healthy and as stress-free as possible. Listed here are tips and ideas to make your GP visits more worthwhile for you and the person you are caring for.
The PPG is an opportunity for patients to play an active role in the running of the practice. The group meets every 6 weeks and we are actively looking to recruit new members. Find out more...
If attending meetings would cause a problem then you can have an input by other means. If you are interested in joining the group please contact the surgery on 01244 390755 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date of next meeting: 19 July, 2016 at 3.00pm
Page last updated: 3 August, 2016