Clinics & Services

Ante Natal / Post Natal Care

Whether you have had a pregnancy test at the surgery or bought one from the pharmacy, upon confirmation your GP will refer you to the midwives at the Health Care Resource Centre (HCRC). They will organise your initial “booking” and further care, and provide you with relevant information.  Alternatively, you can now self refer to the midwives.  Simply call at Midwifery reception (HCRC) and ask for a form.

All of your ongoing care will be provided by the HCRC, whether you choose to deliver at Whiston Hospital, Warrington Hospital, Liverpool Women’s Hospital or the Countess of Chester Hospital. If you have any concerns during your pregnancy, and an appointment is not available for you at the HCRC, your GP will be happy to see you by appointment.

Emergency Contraception

Our practice has an “emergency contraception” policy and provides advice on request. You must make an appointment to see the GP to obtain emergency contraception.

Smoking Cessation

When you are ready and wish to give up smoking, make an appointment with one of our Practice Nurses who can advise you of the best way forward and offer you support best suited to your personal needs, or you can visit our Stop Smoking Services page.

Phlebotomy Service

Whiston Hospital, St Helens Hospital and Highfield Hospital all offer drop in phlebotomy clinics.  Please find information below.

Whiston Hospital:  Mon-Fr 7am-4.45pm

St Helens Hospital: Mon-Fri 8am-4:45pm

Highfield Hospital: Mon-Fri 8am-11am

Highfield Hospital can also offer some patients pre-booked appointments, please ask reception staff for details.

A limited number of appointments can also be offered by the Practice.

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