Why Pinches Medical?
- Pinches is a high quality private GP service that supports and maintains the health of our patients
- See your Doctor at a time that's convenient for you and for the length of time you choose
- We offer tailored health and wellbeing services to suit your needs
Our Wellbeing Services complement our General Practice service. Our teams of qualified professionals can provide suitable treatment for you and your family according to your needs.
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You may need to register your details during your visit but you do NOT need to be a Pinches Medical member to access these services. Available whenever we are open.
Please contact our team of Receptionists on 01625 704 777 to book your appointment.
We care about the whole patient
We understand that each patient is an individual with unique needs and preferences.
This is why Pinches Medical partners with trusted providers of other services who we can recommend and refer to. Whether you have a long term condition, or you simply enjoy a specific type of therapy, we can offer a range of treatments to suit you.
"The whole patient journey has been designed to optimise your experience." Ian Pinches, Co-Founder and Director
"We aim to make registration painless and provide the most comfortable environment possible during your consultation." Dr Stephanie Jones (Mrs Pinches)
The Art Café in Charles Roe House is open six days a week, non-members are always welcome.
Enjoy refreshments during your visit. Located on the ground floor of Charles Roe House, the Art Café offers breakfasts, lunches and a selection of luxury hot and cold drinks.
In the Art Café, there are many stunning pieces of artwork supplied by local artists, all available for sale. Children are always very welcome and there is a children's menu available.
Charles Roe House
We are based in Charles Roe House, a Grade II* Listed building on Chestergate in the centre of Macclesfield, Cheshire. Charles Roe House has a fascinating history and retains many of its features, for which it was listed when approximately 200 years old in 1949.