The local NHS is reminding people that they can still access urgent care over the Bank Holiday weekend at any time – including on Bank Holiday Monday (3 May 2021) when GP practices will be closed.
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.
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.
You do not need to know your NHS number to use NHS services, but it can be useful to have it.
Some people who are at higher risk from coronavirus (COVID-19) can apply to receive a free supply of vitamin D supplements this winter.
Find out about how local Covid-19 vaccines will happen.
Details of how GP practices in Liverpool are starting to vaccinate priority patients.
Groups of GP practices in Liverpool are starting to invite people over 80 to receive the Covid-19 vaccine.
The NHS is currently offering the COVID-19 vaccine to people most at risk from coronavirus.
People who need urgent NHS care in Liverpool are being asked to contact NHS 111 before attending an Emergency Department.
The Life Rooms provide a safe and welcoming space to meet others, access opportunities and learn about community resources. At The Life Rooms we will work with you on whatever your next steps are, and…
Health organisations in Liverpool are encouraging everyone eligible for a free NHS flu vaccine to make an appointment as soon as possible this winter.
Local GPs and staff from Alder Hey Children’s Hospital are worried patients could be put at risk by not seeking help for signs and symptoms of potentially serious health problems.
People in Liverpool are being encouraged to take part in a ground-breaking mass testing programme that is being piloted in the city.
Cheshire & Merseyside Cancer Alliance and NHS organisations across the region are encouraging women who receive an invitation to attend a breast cancer appointment, to act on it as soon as they can.
As new Covid-19 (coronavirus) restrictions for Merseyside begin, the local NHS is reminding people that services are still there for those who need them.