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High Street Medical PracticeDene Drive Primary Care Centre, Dene DriveWinsford, Cheshire, CW7 1ATTel: 01606 544130
Dr Burgess is one of the Partners in the Practice
Dr Preston was born in Crewe and qualified at Manchester Medical School in 1989. She trained as a GP in South Manchester and became a partner in Stockport in 1993. She joined High Street as a Partner in 2017. Her special interests are general medicine and Child and Family Mental Health.
Deb recently joined the practice after a very successful career at Leighton Hospital where she was the Ward Sister/Manager on the Orthopaedic Ward.
Deb is now our lead for Diabetic patients as well as dealing with the day to day treatment of our patients.
Tina has over 30 years of experience in general practice. She is responsible for the overall management and development of the Practice. If you have any suggestions or concerns please ask to speak to her.
Reception staff are available from 8:00am to 6:30pm Monday to Friday.
They are here to arrange appointments, deal with queries, arrange home visits, handle repeat prescriptions and advise on the services available.
Please remember that the Receptionist will often need to obtain information about you and your condition, please do not be offended, as this helps to ensure that you see the most appropriate member of the team.
The Practice has a full compliment of Community/District Nurses, Health Visitors, Community Midwives and Community Mental Health Nurses who work closely with the GP’s and Nurses at High Street Medical Practice.
They can be contacted at the surgery.