Welcome to Our Practice
The surgery website is a most effective way of giving our patients access to help and the latest information 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It contains complete information about all the services we offer. It also details how the practice is organised and introduces our doctors, other medical and administrative staff and describes their various responsibilities.
The NHS is currently offering the COVID-19 vaccine to people most at risk from coronavirus.
The order in which people will be offered the vaccine is based on advice from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI).
The NHS will let you know when it's your turn to have the vaccine. It's important not to contact the NHS for a vaccination before then.
You can read more about the COVID-19 vaccine on the nhs.uk website.
For any medical emergency treatment please ring NHS 111 Service.
If you have to go out for one of these reasons
- Stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people
- Wash your hands for 20 seconds as soon as you get home
The situation is changing often so please check on the NHS website for the latest information on what everyone should be doing and what to do if you have symptoms (a high temperature and/or a new continuous cough).
Surgery Opening Times
|Monday||8.00am - 6.30 pm|
|Tuesday||8.00am - 6.30 pm|
|Wednesday||8.00am - 6.30 pm|
|Thursday||8.00am - 6.30 pm|
|Friday||8.00am - 6.30 pm|
Due to the risk of coronavirus infection.
Following national guidance we are no longer able to book routine face to face appointments.
PLEASE DO NOT come to the practice unless asked to do so by the doctor.
Routine and emergency telephone appointments/Video consultation are available every day but are not pre-bookable.
Practice is still carrying out routine childhood immunisation so please book appointment to see practice nurse if your child is due for any vaccination.
Practice also offers eConsult service, patients can request eConsult by filling online form for any advice and treatment
PRESCRIPTION ORDERING :
Please note all prescription can be requested/ordered via Online access/my GP app, via eConsult and your prescription will be sent electronically to nominated pharmacy.
NHS Walk-in Centres will continue to operate daily between 8am–8pm, with the exception of the city centre one on Hanover Street. However, people need to call first on 0300 100 1004 to arrange an appointment.
You can also visit www.111.nhs.uk, or call NHS 111 if you don’t have online access, 24 hours a day.
Anyone with coronavirus symptoms - a high temperature or a new, continuous cough – who needs medical advice, should use the dedicated NHS 111 coronavirus service online at: www.111.nhs.uk/COVID-19. You should only call NHS 111 for this if you can’t get help online, as their phone lines are very busy at this time.
If someone is seriously ill or injured and their life is at risk, people should call 999 immediately, especially if they think that they or someone else is having a heart attack or stroke – every second counts with these conditions.
For more information, visit: https://www.liverpoolccg.nhs.uk/health-and-services/coronavirus-information/
If you have travelled from Cambodia, China*, Hong Kong, Italy: north, Iran, Japan, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Myanmar, Republic of Korea*, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, or Vietnam read the guidance on the link. Do NOT come to Kirkdale Medical centre if you feel ill.
There is now a self-assessment website where you will be asked a series of questions with regards to your symptoms. Please use this if you think you have symptoms and follow the advice given to you before you contact 111 or the practice.
Advice for People at Higher Risk
You may be at high risk from coronavirus if you:
- have had an organ transplant
- are having certain types of cancer treatment
- have blood or bone marrow cancer, such as leukaemia
- have a severe lung condition, such as cystic fibrosis or severe asthma
- have a condition that makes you much more likely to get infections
- are taking medicine that weakens your immune system
- are pregnant and have a serious heart condition
Advice for people at high risk is to stay at home at all times and avoid any face-to-face contact for a period of at least 12 weeks. Find out more about additional action for vulnerable people by reading this guidance.
Getting Help to Stay at Home – with or without symptoms
Staying at home will slow the spread of the virus, help the NHS to cope and save lives. Ask family, friends and neighbours to get what you need such as shopping or prescriptions, and use online services. Liverpool City Council has volunteers geared up to support people too, so you can also call Liverpool City Council on 0151 233 3066 from 8am to 6pm, seven days a week or request help online.
Liverpool City Council also want to identify more volunteers. If you are free to offer to help someone the number is 0151 233 3068 or register to volunteer online.
Getting Medical Help
If you need medical help not related to coronavirus, do not go to places like a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital in person.
For health information and advice, please use these internet and phone options:-
- The NHS website to check symptoms and for health advice
- Your GP surgery website ( use this link to find it ) and use their online support where possible.
- For same-day medical help, use the NHS 111 online service. Call 111 if you're unable to get help online.
- For life-threatening emergencies, call 999 for an ambulance.
Surgery Half Day closure for staff training
Please note surgery will be closed for half day (in the afternoon from 1:00pm) every last Thursday of the month for staff training and development except in the month of August and December.
With the vaccine rollout in England now opened to those aged 25 and over, young frontline health workers have joined forces to make the facts clearer for young people and urge them to both get the vaccine when their turn comes and get tested regularly, even if they have no symptoms.Read More