Please do not contact your GP practice asking about booster availability.
Important information for patients about the Covid-19 booster vaccination programme.
Liverpool’s Health and Wellbeing Board is reviewing the provision of pharmacies and chemists in the city to make sure it meets the needs of our residents now and in the future.
Liverpool’s city centre Walk-In Centre is due to re-open on 29 November to strengthen the access to same-day medical advice and treatment to the city’s residents and visitors in the build-up to Christ…
The NHS in Liverpool is stressing the importance of getting a second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
Details on how to obtain proof of your COVID-19 vaccination status to show that you’ve had the full course of the COVID-19 vaccine and access this status when travelling abroad.
Liverpool City Region programme of events for Dementia Action Week, 17-23 May 2021
The local NHS has made it easier for people in Liverpool to book their own Covid-19 vaccination appointments, with an expanded list of local venues now appearing on the national NHS booking system.
Get advice on how to look after yourself and your condition using eConsult.
If you need urgent NHS care over the Easter weekend, contact the NHS 111 service, especially on Friday 2 April (Good Friday) and Monday 5 April (Easter Monday) when GP practices will be closed.
Anyone in Liverpool who is eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine, but who hasn’t booked their first dose yet, is being asked to make an appointment as soon as possible.
Prostate Cancer UK wants to find men at the highest risk of prostate cancer by completing their 30-second prostate cancer risk checker and speaking to their GP.
Healthwatch Liverpool would like to hear from patients in the city about their experiences of GP services during the pandemic.
A new resource to make it easier for patients to access trusted health information and guidance remotely.
Domestic abuse is a complex issue, which can take many forms including psychological, financial, sexual, emotional and physical.
The local NHS and Liverpool City Council are appealing to unpaid carers whose role currently isn’t recorded, to make themselves known so that they can have the Covid-19 vaccine.