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Practise Medicine in Eastern Cheshire



Cheshire is one of Britain’s most affluent counties, its towns and villages can often be found on lists of the ‘most desirable’ and ‘best places’ to live in the UK. The county is bursting at the seams with history, heritage and unspoilt countryside alongside flourishing urban developments.

Economy & Travel

The Cheshire East economy is one of the strongest in the region, with more than 10 per cent of the UK’s leading companies operating in the area including Bentley Motors, AstraZeneca, Waters Corporation and Siemens.

Cheshire East has excellent transport links, being served directly by the M6 and M56 motorways for road travel. There are also frequent bus and rail services to Manchester, which boasts Britain’s third largest airport with flights to 225 destinations worldwide and three major rail stations with direct trains around the country.

The map below shows the location of Eastern Cheshire CCG's practices, the surrounding area and its position within the United Kingdom.

Healthcare & General Practice

NHS Eastern Cheshire CCG is made up of 21 GP practices and covers a population of more than 209,000 people.

General Practice in Eastern Cheshire is held in high regard, with most GP practices rated as ‘good’ by the Care Quality Commission. This score is reinforced by patient experience, as GP practices scored in the top eight per cent in England according to a national survey.

Returning to General Practice?

If you’ve taken a break from NHS general practice and you’d like to return, the GP Induction and Refresher Scheme (I&R) provides a direct, safe and supported route for qualified GPs to return to practice. More information about the scheme can be found at

Interested in working with us?

Many of our general practice roles are advertised on our website, a list of current vacancies can be found here. If you’d like a general chat about working as a GP in Eastern Cheshire, or wish to arrange a visit to some local practices and meet GPs, then you can contact our Primary Care Team ( who can put you in contact with an appropriate GP practice.