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Welcome to Upton Village Surgery

Upton Village Surgery is a relatively small urban practice located in purpose-built premises situated in the heart of Upton-by-Chester. The practice population is approximately 6,400. We are not a Limited partnership.

Our aim is to provide a high standard of service and care to our patients in a modern setting whilst retaining the traditional values of family medicine.

We play an active part in the planning of health services for the local community and the development of primary care through our involvement in the West cheshire CCG.


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