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Don't forget to plan your travel vaccinations early! See our link below

Annual Checks - If you have not yet had your annual check for your medical condition, please contact the surgery to book an appointment

Asthma annual checks can be done on this website if you are happy with your asthma and medication.  Why not try? Follow the link in the list below


There is a new tool available to help you calculate your heart age.
This can be found at: Find Out Your Heart Age


Knightwick surgery can offer Health checks to any patient aged between 40-74 years who do not have an existing diagnosis of any Cardio-Vascular Disease related condition (E.G. diabetes, hypertension, kidney disease, atherosclerotic CVD).


If you would like any advice on how to keep your heart healthy, please contact the surgery.



Knightwick Surgery:

Traditional General Practice in a Changing World


At Knightwick Surgery we are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.


We will keep you up to date with the issues that affect you - on this website, in our newsletters and on our digital display in the waiting room.


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      Citizens Advice

Your local Citizens Advice Bureau Community Liaison Volunteer will be at Knightwick Surgery every Friday to help you access advice. No appointment necessary - just come along between 10am - 12pm (starts 4th September)

 Click on this link to view the poster

Advice Sessions 



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