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Welcome to The Knoll Surgery Website

Tel:01928 733249 

The Knoll Surgery
Princeway Health Centre,

WA6 6RX.

THE "CYBER ATTACK" The surgery has survived the main threats from the Cyber attack - however our self check in and patient calling screens have been suspended due to an un-connected problem.  We have re-connected the email system - sorry for any inconvenience

Staff Training

The practice will be closed for staff training on Tuesday 23rd of May 2017 12:30 - 17:00 (5pm) we re-open at 5 pm.  Sorry for any inconvenience


If you are suffering from one of the following problems, you can see a physio at the practice, without seeing the GP: Sprains and Strains, Joint Arthritis, Back pain, Neck pain, Trapped nerves and Whiplash Please phone the surgery to make an appointment. 

GP Extended Hours service

The GP Extended Hours service is designed to provide patients with appointments outside core general practice hours for routine care and is available:
• Monday to Friday: 6.30pm – 9.30pm
• Saturdays & Sundays: 9am – 6pm
• Bank Holidays: 9am – 2pm

The service is available at the following bases at different times during the week:
• The 1829 Building at Countess of Chester Health Park
• Ellesmere Port Hospital
• Tarporley War Memorial Hospital
• Neston Surgery
• Helsby Health Centre
• Laurel Bank Surgery in Malpas.

Patients will be given an appointment at the most convenient location for them. Please note this is not a drop-in service and appointment times and availability may vary.  Contact Knoll reception to make an appointment with this service.


You can call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergency. NHS 111 is a fast and easy way to get the right help.



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