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Help shape the future of pharmacy services in Wirral – have your say!

Wirral Council wants to hear residents’ views on local pharmacy services via this year’s Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment, or PNA for short. The Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment is a detailed review of existing pharmacy provision in Wirral.

As part of the PNA, a questionnaire is seeking residents’ views on the services and location of pharmacies, and the frequency with which local people make use of them. The questionnaire is anonymous and should only take a few minutes to complete. It will be open for comments from 1st – 30th November 2021 for all Wirral residents.

If you are interested in sharing your views you can complete the survey is at

FLU CLINICS - we are now able to book your flu jab and would ask that you contact the surgery on 0151 643 6700 to book into our available clinics which are detailed below

Patients aged 65 and over - Currently awaiting confirmation of next delivery date.

Patients aged 50 - 64 - Monday 29th November and Wednesday 1st December.


We are so pleased to announce that a new phone system will be operational from 12th July 2021. Our number has not changed but the new system will mean you are no longer cut off due to volume but rather updated regularly of where you sit in the queue for our Reception team to answer. We understand all the frustrations you have experienced when trying to get through and we thank you for your patience and understanding whilst this upgrade has been implemented.


  • You will still need to wear a face covering and socially distance in the Health Centre and GP Surgery

  • Staff will continue to wear PPE

  • The number of patients allowed into the waiting area will continue to be restricted

We do understand that it can be frustrating but we know that when people come to us they are sick and vulnerable so we feel it would be wrong to not take these small precautions that can protect people




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