Padgate Medical Centre

Padgate Medical Centre

Padgate Medical Centre, 12 Station Road South, Padgate, Warrington | Tel: 01925 815333 |

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Patient Survey 2020 How are we doing

  • Padgate Medical Centre

    Dear Patient, We are asking patients to fill in this survey so we can monitor if changes we have made in delivery of services has helped them in accessing care or advice from the surgery. Thank you for taking time to respond. The Partners and Team.
  • Approximately how often have you been to the surgery in the last year?
  • We provide a text messaging service to help us to contact you for recalls, appointments, reminders. Do you feel that this has helped in receiving information in a timely manner?
  • When you have contacted us by the telephone, have you been satisfied with the advice you have been given when you have phoned to make an appointment?
  • We have introduced EConsult in October 2019. EConsult is an on-line consultation software accessed through the Practice website. Do you feel that it is becoming easier to make contact and to get appropriate advice?
  • When you have seen a GP, have you felt supported and been involved in the health care decisions?
  • When you have seen a member of our Nursing Team, have you felt supported and been involved in the health care decisions?
  • From March 2017, repeat prescriptions can no longer be ordered by the community Pharmacist. Orders can be taken via email, post, or box in reception. Do you feel supported in managing your medication?
  • What is it about the surgery that would lead you to recommend it to friends or other members of your family?
  • So that we can make better use of this survey, it helps us to know your age
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Urgent Prescription Request

We experience a large volume of requests for prescription every day. In order to safely and efficiently carry this out we would like to make a policy of issuing acute prescriptions.

Medications other than the ones in this list will not be routinely issued on an urgent basis. Requests for routine prescription renewal would require 48 hours for the script to be processed for collection.

List of medication that would be issued urgently (please see policy below)

Group Name Brands

Inhalers &

Nebuliser Solutions

Salbutamol Ventolin



Ipratropium Atrovent
Terbutaline Bricanyl
ALL Anticoagulants Warfarin
Apixiban Eliquis
Edoxaban Lixiana
Rivaroxaban Xarelto
Dabagatrin Pradaxa
Enoxaparin Clexane
Anti – Epileptic Medication




Not for pain management/ migraine etc.

Carbamazepine Tegretol/ Trileptal
Lamotrigine Lamictal
Levetiracetam Keppra/ Desitrend
Phenytoin Epanutin
Valproate Epilim/ Episenta/ Depakote/ Epival
Anti-Psychotic Medications


Schizophrenia/ Bipolar/ Psychosis


Olanzapine Zalasta
Quetiapine Biquelle/ Seroquel/ Brancico/ Mintreleq/ Psyquet/ Atrolak
Risperidone Risperdal
Parkinson’s Medication Co-Beneldopa Madopar
  Co-Careldopa Sinemet/ Caramet
  Levodopa Sastravi/ Stanek
Long Term Steroids


For patients who take steroids EVERY day, long term




Anti-Angina Medication

Glyceryl Trinitrate Spray Nitrolingual/ GTN spray
Isosorbide mononitrate Isodur/ Isotard/ Monomax/ Monomil XL
Isosorbide dinitrate Isoket Retard

Anti-arrhythmic Drugs


For cardiac arrhythmias only

Not for treatment of hypertension only


(Not propranolol for anxiety)


Verapamil Half Securon/ Univer
Diltiazem Adizem/ Dilzem
Palliative Care Medications Anticipatory Drugs

–          Diamorphine

–          Cyclizine

–          Levomepromazine

–          Glycopyronium

–          Midazolam

–          Water for Injection

Individual vials for subcutaneous administration by district nurses
Diabetic Medications



All insulin
Test strips
Sharps Bin
Anaphlyaxis Injections Adrenaline 1:1000 Epipen

Epipen Junior

Min-I-Jet adrenaline



General Practice experiences a large volume of requests for prescriptions every day. In order to safely and efficiently undertake this function the East Cluster of General Practices has made a standard policy framework outlining the process and what drugs constitute and acute and urgent prescriptions. The management of urgent prescriptions support patients safely through less surgery interruptions and enabling the GPs to work uninterrupted.


  • When urgent medication is requested practices must establish whether it is the fault of the practice and the script was not produced as requested or the patient has left the request too late.
  • If the practice establishes that this is not an error on the practices part, check against the provided list of medications classed by the Practice as urgent.
  • If the prescription is deemed to be urgent, explain to the patient that it will be ready by 6pm that day, if the request is deemed not to be urgent the patient will be informed the request will be ready within 48 hours and that this will have no detriment to their health.
  • Patients who repeatedly request their prescriptions on an urgent basis will receive a letter warning them that they must comply with the Practice’s Policy or potentially face removal from the Practice.
  • Patients should be reminded that requests for routine prescriptions should be made well in advance to avoid medical lapses.
  • Patients who do not comply with the policy will on the first occasion receive a confirmation slip reminding them of the process and on any subsequent occasion will receive a letter from the practice clearly statin the process and consequences of ignoring the policy.



Padgate Medical

  • Monday
    08:00 until 18:30
  • Tuesday
    08:00 until 18:30
  • Wednesday
    08:00 until 18:30
    18.30 - 20.00 Appointments available for video/telephone consultations
  • Thursday
    08:00 until 18:30
  • Friday
    08:00 until 18:30
  • Saturday
  • Sunday

Woolston Branch

  • Monday
    08:00 until 17:30
    Temporarily Suspended
  • Tuesday
    08:00 until 17:30
    Temporarily Suspended
  • Wednesday
    08:00 until 17:30
    Temporarily Suspended
  • Thursday
    08:00 until 17:30
    Temporarily Suspended
  • Friday
    08:00 until 13:30
    Temporarily Suspended
  • Saturday
  • Sunday