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28th Sept 12:00noon.  The phone system which was experiencing problems this morning is now working again.  Sorry for any inconvenience.

Welcome to Elmwood Medical Centre in Buxton, your local GP Surgery

Our Service

Our doctors, nurses and staff have your needs at the forefront of everything we do.  Together, we are able to offer assessment of new health problems along with monitoring and management of chronic diseases.

Women's and men's health. Childhood illness. Chest, abdominal, neurological and musculoskeletal problems. Family planning, travel health, minor surgery and mental health wellbeing. Palliative care. They are all amongst our areas of experience.

We work closely with our local district nurses, midwives and health visitors to support your health needs.

See our latest patient experience results where we achieved above national average in all domains - 88% of responses rating us as 'good, very good or excellent'.

Easy Access

There is easy access for the disabled and wheelchairs, with all consulting rooms on the ground floor.  Disabled toilets are also available.  There is a patient car park at the front of the building.

Almost half of our patients are registered for online patient access so can use the links below to order repeat prescriptions, request an appointment or cancel an appointment.  If you would also like to do so, just contact reception.

For your convenience we have an automated arrivals system located in reception and free wi-fi.

Training Practice

From time to time we support Medical Students from Sheffield University in their training - if this is the case there will be a sign on the reception desk and on the automated check in. If you would prefer to see the clinician alone, please inform the receptionist and this will be arranged - nobody will be offended.

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