Welcome to Our Practice
Woolton House Medical Centre is a modern practice offering high quality care to its patients plus a broad and highly prioritised training programme for junior doctors.
Woolton House was built in 1867 as a wedding present to Mr John Cross, a surgeon, and his new wife. From that day to this, the house has been used continually as a medical practice, adapting successfully to the many changes in health care provision over the years.
The practice covers a diverse area but the practice list of nine thousand is mainly located in the suburban village of Woolton, which became part of the City of Liverpool in the early 20th century. Find out more about the Medical Centre...
• The surgery is moving to e-consultations via this website or telephone consultations as our first point of contact due to the coronavirus. You may be asked to attend for a face to face consultation following this.
• Please use online repeat prescription requests if possible or put repeat prescription requests into the post box at the side of the practice.
• We will send prescriptions electronically to your local pharmacy.
• We will post or email sick notes out to you.
• If possible, register for the NHS App on your phone for online access.
COVID Reminder- particularly with the rise of the Indian variant of coronavirus, please if you have new and persistent cough, fever or change in smell or taste, get the 24hour PCR test and self isolate as a household/bubble until a negative test result or for 10 days if positive as per government requirements.
GP Planning & Research
General Practice Data for Planning and Research’ (GPDPR) has been delayed go live is now planned for 1st September 2021.
Detail can be found on NHS Digitals website https://digital.nhs.uk/news-and-events/latest-news/collection-of-gp-data-for-planning-and-research-to-go-ahead-on-1-september-2021
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