Important - NHS services across the North West are experiencing extremely high demand at the moment – this includes GP practices and the 111 service which are both extremely busy. If you need advice for an every-day illness or injury, please either contact your local pharmacy for help or look at the self-care advice that’s available on-line from the NHS at www.nhs.uk. If you want to check your symptoms, there is an on-line symptom checker available at 111.nhs.uk, which will re-direct you to a health professional if you need to be seen by someone. If you have persistent symptoms that are not getting better, contact your practice for advice
Pasture Road Health Centre, Pasture Road, Moreton Wirral, CH46 8SA
Telephone: 0151 522 0099
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Moreton Health Clinic, 8-14 Chadwick Street, Moreton, Wirral, CH46 7XA | Telephone: 0151 522 0099
All patients who have had a diagnosis of any of the conditions listed below will be offered an annual review with a doctor or a nurse. Regular monitoring of patients with a chronic disease is designed to pick up any changes in health early, remind patients about what they can do to keep themselves well and check that medication is working properly. The practice will send you a letter, text or email every year asking you to attend a clinic. If you have more than one condition we will try, where practical, to address these in as few appointments as we can. For many of these conditions you will need to have a blood test at least a week before your clinic appointment. You will be given details when you are contacted. Please give the practice your email address and mobile phone number if you have them, so that we can communicate with you as efficiently as possible.
Clinics for the following conditions may be run by a doctor or a nurse:
Mental health conditions, dementia, epilepsy, thyroid disorders, learning disabilities, diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma, heart disease, stroke, chronic kidney disease and impaired glucose tolerance.
Women between the age of 25 and 64 are informed if they are due for a smear test as part of a national programme. This is recommended every three years for 25-49 year olds and every five years for 50-64 year olds. Women should contact the practice to arrange an appointment with a practice nurse once they have received their invite letter. Appointments should be 10 days after the first day of your period.
These are done by a nurse for patients who are mobile and no longer need to go to the hospital or have a visit from a district nurse. We also offer these appointments to patients who are registered at other practices as part of our dressings hub.
If you are taking Warfarin you will need to be monitored regularly to ensure your dosage is correct.
At first this will be done by the hospital, then by the practice Health Care Assistants.
Several doctors in the practice are skilled in administering joint injections; your doctor will discuss this with you and refer you if it is appropriate.
You and your baby will be offered a check eight weeks after the birth to ensure that you are both healthy. You will be contacted with an appointment for this and for your babies’ first vaccinations (see below).
If you are unable to come to either of these appointments please contact reception to arrange a convenient time.
New parents will be sent an appointment for their baby to have their vaccinations when they are about eight weeks old.
You are entitled to an annual flu vaccination if:
Every year the practice runs flu clinics in September, October and November. This is the ideal time to have your flu jab so that you are protected before the winter. We will contact you from the beginning of September onwards. If you haven’t heard from us by the middle of October please get in touch and we can book you into one of our clinics.
You are entitled to a pneumonia vaccine if: