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When to see your GP

Last updated on Thursday, November 21, 2019

Your local general GP surgery provides a wide range of family health services, including: advice on health problems, vaccinations, examinations and treatment, prescriptions for medicines, referrals to other health services and social services. Your surgery will make sure you get to speak to a he...

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GP Experience

Last updated on Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Trainees can opt to gain experience in general practice through the split GP training program. Students on this program spend at total of 13-weeks throughout the year in general practice learning about the pharmacist role in primary care and contributing to the clinical service being delivered.

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How to choose us for your care

Last updated on Friday, September 17, 2021

It's easy to choose us to care for you. Just tell your GP that you'd like us to treat you and they'll refer you through one of two types of referral: Routine referral Your GP will send a referral letter to Wirral Women and Children's Hospital or give you a reference number which will enable yo...

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Find an appointment

Last updated on Wednesday, April 4, 2018

New patient waiting for an appointment? Your referrer (usually your GP) will have written to us to request an appointment for you or you may already have made an appointment with us through the Choose and Book system. If you are waiting for an appointment we will send you one as soon as possible...

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Remember: A&E is for emergencies and life threatening illnesses only

Last updated on Thursday, April 19, 2018

When you're unwell, sometimes choosing the right service to help treat you can feel confusing or worrying. No one wants to waste NHS resources, so knowing who to see in order to help you can be useful, especially at a time when you're feeling poorly. Below are the services you have to choose from...

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