Covid-19 Important Information

Covid-19 Vaccination Roll Out in West Lancashire.

Covid-19 Vaccination Leaflet A guide for adults.

Face Covering Advice

Please follow the below link to read advice and guidance about wearing face coverings:

Video From Dr Peter Gregory – West Lancashire GP

Dr Peter Gregory, a West Lancashire GP has filmed a video to remind all local residents that we all need to play our part to beat Covid-19. 

Domestic Abuse Support During Covid-19

There is a variety of support available to victims of domestic abuse, please see below for links to posters and leaflets which contain the relevant information and contact details: 

Mental Health During Covid-19

Testing is now open to any member of the public with covid-19 Symptoms. You can book a test by visiting or by calling 119.

Covid-19 Hospital Discharge Leaflet

The Government have created information leaflets for patients who have recently been discharged from the hospital due to Covid-19.

Macmillan Virtual Cancer Support Group

Macmillan Cancer Support are running a number of virtual support groups throughout May that you can access via any laptop/iPhone/Android/iPad or Tablet. For more information, please click below. Alternatively, contact Jodie or Caroline on 01695 402164.

Electronic Prescription Service – Phase 4

The practice has now switched to the next phase of the Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) which means that almost all of our prescriptions will be processed electronically.

If you have a nominated pharmacy, which most people do, your prescription will continue to be sent directly to your chosen chemist as normal. If you don’t have a nominated pharmacy, instead of receiving a hand-signed prescription, you will be given a paper token which you would need to give to any community pharmacy for them to scan and obtain the electronic prescription from the NHS spine. The paper token is not a legal prescription in itself, it is only used for the pharmacy to obtain the electronic prescription.

You can read more about EPS Phase 4 at

Coronavirus Privacy Notice

Please click below to read our Coronavirus privacy notice.

Stay Alert

Stay at home for 10 days if you have either

  • A high temperature – hot to touch on chest or back.
  • A new continuous cough – this means you’ve started coughing repeatedly.
  • A loss of sense of taste and smell.

Stay at home for 14 days if one of the people in your household has the above symptoms of coronavirus. The 14 day period starts from the day when the first person in the house becomes ill.

If you start displaying symptoms within this 14 day period, you need to stay at home for 7 days from when the symptoms appeared, regardless of what day you are on in the original 14 day isolation period.

Do not go to your GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital.

You do not need to contact NHS 111 to tell them yu’re staying at home.

Use the NHS 111 online service if:

  • You feel you cannot cope with your symptoms at home.
  • Your condition gets worse.
  • Your symptoms do not get better after 7 days.

Only call NHS 111 if you cannot get help online

Stop the Spread Of Coronavirus

For the latest and up to date information please go to

Everyone is reminded to follow Public Health England Advice.