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See below to find the new way of contacting The Schoolhouse Surgery - just click on the link

We are aware that some patients are having difficulty with on-line access, please bear with us while we resolve this. You can obtain a repeat prescription by requesting your items via  email address.  We are very sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.



For frequently asked questions about the merger of the Bollington, Disley and Poynton Practices please go to the following link below


 The new Physiotherapy self-referral form is now available on the CCG website. Any patient wishing to self refer please go to

Feeling under the weather this winter? Then click the link below for lots of great advice on taking care of yourself and choosing the right NHS service if self-care isn’t the answer.


From 1st October 2018 The Schoolhouse Surgery is offering appointments under the Improved Access Scheme. Some appointments are available. Please contact the surgery for further information or click on this link

Please note - in line with updated guidelines - please allow up to 72 hours for repeat prescriptions to be processed. We will always endeavour to process prescriptions in a timely manner.

Please do not request prescriptions earlier than 10 days before the repeat is due as these will not be processed and may be rejected unless a valid reason is given

Do I Really Need an Antibiotic?


 There is much discussion around regarding the use of antibiotics and no doubtedly they can save lives in certain bacteria causing conditions such as pneumonia and meningitis.

Anitbiotics, however do not work for many common illness such as colds and 'flu as these are spread by viruses which antibiotics will not kill.

Taking antibiotics unnecessarily can lead to needless side-effects and the development of antibiotic resistance: this means that some antibiotics will not work when they are really needed for example in MRSA.

As a practice we have identified that we are prescribing far more antibiotics than other practices in the area. As a result we are all making sure that we only prescribe antibiotics when absolutely necessary to avoid any problems in the future.

You may notice that your Doctor suggests other ways of managing your illness but be assured that you will receive antibiotics if you really need them.

 If you are prescribed antibiotics, take your dose as and when you're meant to and always complete your course of medication even if you feel better after a few days.

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