Audlem Medical Practice is accessible from the Public Hall car park. For more information click on the link to the website.
Audlem's Boots chemist is in Cheshire Street, next to the Church. Refurbished by Boots in August 2009, it sells pharmaceuticals, toiletries, cosmetics, gifts and dispenses prescriptions. The pharmacist is happy to provide pharmaceutical advice. Prescriptions from the Audlem Medical Practice can be collected already dispensed from Boots in Audlem.
Opening hours are:
Monday – Friday: 9.00am – 1pm and 2.00pm – 6.00pm
Saturday: 9.00am – 1.00pm
Audlem Patient Panel: The Audlem Patient Panel is made up of volunteers, of all ages, who are patients of the Practice.
What we do
The panel passes on information from patients to the Practice and receives feedback from the Doctors and Staff. New services proposed by the Practice are discussed with the Panel before they are implemented.
What can you do?
If you have any comments or suggestions on how to improve patient care at Audlem Medical Practice, you can telephone one of the panel members.
What happens then?
A Panel member will contact you, or act on your behalf if you wish to remain anonymous. Personal medical problems should be discussed directly with Practice staff, not with Panel members.
Patient Group Members:
Contact details can be found in the Audlem Medical Practice waiting room or by enquiring at Audlem medical Practice reception
(affiliated to the British Heart Foundations Heartstart Scheme)
Teach basic Emergency Lifesaving Skills to members of the public in Audlem and surrounding area. This includes how to perform CPR, how to use a defibrillator, how to manage serious bleeding, and more. Public courses are open to anyone 10 years of age and over. Courses last 2.5 hours. Training Coordinator is Helen Marsden. Courses are free. Donations are gratefully received.
Leighton Hospital is on the outskirts of Crewe. It operates as part of the Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Trust along with Victoria Infirmary at Northwhich.
Mobile: 07714 237959
Address: Oldfield Lodge, Doddington
Bill Kusiar is a Chiropractor with 40 years of clinical experience in the treatment and management of musculoskeletal disorders including back and neck pain and sports injuries. Bill is a graduate of the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in Bournemouth and currently practices in both Oswestry and Shrewsbury. For over 8 years he provided an on-site service for the world-famous pottery company Josiah Wedgwood Ltd in Barlaston, Stoke-on-Trent where his skills played an integral part in dramatically reducing work absenteeism caused by spinal and upper limb pains. He has been a clinical and research assistant at the Oswestry Orthopaedic Hospital where he gained considerable experience in the modern surgical management of lumbar disc problems and has been a lecturer in Orthopaedic disorders to undergraduate Chiropractic Students. He is especially interested in preventing spinal problems and provides manual handling training to a wide variety of local businesses including Tree Surgeons, Dentists and Pottery companies. Bill will be available to see patients each Wednesday morning from 9.00 am until 12pm and can provide treatment and sensible advice for spine and limb pains.
Local resident Philippa Butler, Grad Dip Phys (MCSP & HPC), who moved to Audlem a few years ago, now runs her physiotherapy clinic from the GP practice.
There's parking close by on Audlem's public car park and Philippa says please feel free to pop in when you are passing. Please telephone on 07854 270796 to arrange an appointment or for further information. She very much looks forward to hearing from you.
Philippa also has a clinic at 30 King Street in Newcastle under Lyme – telephone 01782 629998.
Mobile: 07792 591437
I work from home in Audlem. Homeopathy is a natural medicine that has been around for over 200 years.