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CQC logo and Infection Control Audits

The Care Quality Commission regulates Dr Seabrook & partners to provide care.  The practice's last CQC inspection showed that this service was meeting all CQC national standards and the practice was rated as GOOD overall with some OUTSTANDING areas of practice and no recommendations for improvements. See the report.

Our practice premises are also regularly audited for Infection Control. Click here to see our most recent reports.


Our Practice Premises have achieved the very highest standards of Infection Control - Click here for our latest reports

Infection Control

Our practice premises have once again achieved the very highest standards of Infection Control. Follow this link for our latest audit reports.  

Winter Health

We are working hard to publicise the ways in which people can keep themselves well this winter.

As part of this campaign we have produced an electronic version of the Stockport People newsletter which provides information on ways to stay healthy during the winter.

Please click this link for the Winter Health Newsletter  

 Link to the Stockport Stay Well in Winter webpage:

IMPROVING YOUR CARE - Data Sharing with A&E


Until now, if you needed emergency treatment in the hospital, the doctors and nurses (clinicians) have not had access to the healthcare information on your GP’s computer system.


This means that the clinicians treating you in A&E will not have access to any of your medical history saved on your GP’s records, such as what medication you are on, or details of any tests you may have had.


From November 2017 clinicians in the A&E department at Stepping Hill will start to use a system that will allow them to have access to your full GP records. This will help clinicians to give you safe and effective treatment that is tailored to your needs and medical history.


Unless you opt out completely, each time you go to A&E for emergency treatment, you will be asked for your permission for the clinicians to view your medical records.


In an emergency (for example, if you are unconscious or otherwise unable to say yes), the clinicians may still access this information if it is in your best interest and will improve the care they are able to give.


If you would not like your information shared with clinicians in the hospitals, or would like to know more, please speak to a member of practice staff.


Please note, if you decide not to share your data, the hospital staff will not be able to view your GP records, even in an emergency.

Greater Manchester Clinical Research Awards 2016

The practice would like to thank patients who have kindly participated in our Medical Research activities which has enabled us both to gain RCGP Research Ready accreditation and help us to win a nomination for Best Community Research Contribution in the GM Clinical Research Awards 2016.

Online Services

Patients can now apply to see additional information from their Medical Record via our Patient Access Online Services.

Patients can now apply to see Detailed Coded Information which includes Blood Test results, Other Tests and Measurements, Coded Medical History (Problems) and Coded Consultation Information from 1st April 2016.

For further information please follow this link

(Site updated 29/03/2018)
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