Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: Week commencing Monday 01.06.20
Only patients with booked appointments will be seen at Green Lane Medical Centre.
Only medical emergencies will be seen at the surgery. We do however continue to offer appointments for antenatal review by our midwife, immunisations for babies and children, baby checks, post-natal reviews, urgent blood tests and urgent adult injections.
To request an appointment call the surgery on 0151 228 9101. Your query will be handled by a clinician.
We are not offering an extended hours service until further notice.
NB: Our telephone lines are closed between 12.30-13.30 daily - except for medical emergencies.
We are encouraging all patients to use our online prescription service. We have suspended the previous requirement for you to attend surgery to in order to register for electronic prescriptions. Please call surgery on 0151 228 9101 and we shall issue you with the necessary code. Please help us to keep you safe by nominating a pharmacy that we can send your prescription to electronically.
Smartphone users can choose to download the NHS app. This app can be used to book appointments, order repeat prescriptions and view your medical record summary. Verification is online and requires a photographic id (driver’s license or passport)
If you are unable to use online services you may post your request in the box outside Surgery.
For those patients who have received a shielding letter we are now accepting prescription requests by telephone.
Are you over 70, terminally ill, registered as housebound, or have other valid reasons why you cannot get your essential medicine?
Then please call us on 0151 228 9101 as we should be able to take your repeat prescription over the phone.
CORONAVIRUS - ESSENTIAL INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS
Please visit our dedicated Coronavirus patients' information page for the very latest information from the surgery.
IF YOU SUSPECT YOU HAVE CORONAVIRUS:
STAY AT HOME for 7 days if you have either:
- a high temperature – you feel hot to touch on your chest or back
- a new, continuous cough – this means you've started coughing repeatedly
- your condition gets worse
- your symptoms do not get better after 7 days
(Site updated 01/06/2020)