The health centre has several attached staff providing services within the surgery and
in some cases at home. Please ask at reception for more details.
District Nursing Team 0151 295 3306
The district nurses and community matrons work closely with doctors to provide nursing
care and advice to the housebound patients with chronic illnesses and those recently
discharged from hospital.
Treatment Room Nurses
The treatment room nurse deal with wounds and dressings, suture removal, ear syringing and injections. There is also a daily morning service to take blood for blood tests. These services are available by referral from the practice nurse or GP.
Phlebotomy (Blood Tests)
Provided in the Picton Neighbourhood Building
Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 12:00 noon (Excluding Bank Holidays)
Health Visitor Team 0151 295 3317
Co-Ordinator Rachel Clarke
Health visitors are qualified in nursing and midwifery and has been specially trained to give health advice on matters relating to family and child health. and children's development. They administer immunisations for children under five and run our weekly baby clinics. In special circumstances, the health visitor may request to visit you in your house. Health visitors can also link you to services within the surgery such as parenthood classes, our postnatal support group, and breastfeeding support. Please enquire at reception.
Midwife Team (Sally Haymes)
Co-Ordinator: Liverpool Womens' Hospital
A midwife is attached to the practice to assist with the provision of antenatal and postnatal care to patients.
Our Macmillan Team provide home visits and care for patients with cancer.
Patients can directly access Care Line, who are able to provide advice, emergency help and links to Social Workers, Occupational Therapists and Home-Help Services. Please contact reception for more details.
Careline Adult services: 0151 233 3800
Careline Child services: 0151 233 3700