To support the growing demand for our services in the North, we are delighted to announce that we are offering face-to-face consultations in Alderley Edge, Manchester.
Appointments are available with Newson Health pharmacists and doctors within the setting of The Birth Company, in Alderley Edge.
Hayley is an experienced prescribing pharmacist who obtained her Master of Pharmacy degree in 2003. She has a background in community pharmacy and now works in general practice and education and training. She also sits on the Faculty of Sexual Health General Training Committee and is keen to ensure that other health care professionals view women’s health as a priority.
Hayley strives for all women to feel empowered to make their own choices in relation to their menopause treatment. Hayley can discuss all your treatment options with hormonal replacement therapy and help you to get a personalised, cost-effective, treatment.Read more about Hayley Berry
Hollie graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2007 and qualified as a GP in Manchester in 2012. To date she has very much enjoyed her time working as an NHS GP in the Stockport area.
Hollie recognised very early on her passion for women’s health, and this keen interest led to a particular interest in the menopause and HRT. She went on to audit its use in the NHS setting and implemented change to improve a woman’s menopause journey within her own practice. She feels good menopause care should include educating women fully about their options, empowering them to make often life changing decisions about how to manage their individual symptoms and treatment.Read more about Hollie Jackson
The Birth Company
Alderley Edge Medical Centre,
The nearest train station is Alderley Edge, which is a 5-minute walk from the clinic.
Parking spaces are available for patients on the Medical Centre car park, but this can be very busy at times. Alternatively, there is free street parking available on neighbouring streets with bays for 30mins and others for 2 hours. There is also unrestricted parking on Heyes Lane and Davey Lane which is less than a 5-minute walk from the clinic.