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Welcome to Walton Medical Centre. You can use this website to find out about the health care services we offer and to check our opening times.

Please note, the Surgery will be closed from 1-6.30 pm on the following dates for staff training:

Wednesday 25th September 2019

If you need to be seen urgently during these times please ring the Surgery number to be put through to the Out Of Hours Service.

Pre-bookable appointments are limited at present to 2 weeks in advance mainly due to the unacceptable DNA rates we have been experiencing however as a result of this we do have a greater number of appointments available each day for the same day, you can ring, use the NHS APP, go on-line or call in to the Surgery to make one of these. 

We now have access to extended services, if there are no appointments available at the Practice you will be offered a telephone appointment with extended services who will offer you a face to face appointment if they can't resolve your problem over the telephone and feel you need to be seen. 

PLEASE DO NOT USE THIS WEBSITE TO EMAIL THE GPs,  ASK FOR MEDICAL ADVICE, APPOINTMENTS OR COMPLAINTS, YOU MUST ALWAYS CONTACT THE SURGERY EITHER IN PERSON OR BY TELEPHONE (0151 295 3434)

eConsult Coming soon

We are excited to announce that we will soon be launching eConsult for our patients. The service will be available on the practice website and will allow patients to ask for advice about their health conditions, symptoms or request sick notes, GP letters and fit notes online. eConsult is available around the clock, day or night, and on the weekend. You can go to our practice website, click on the ‘Contact our doctors online’ button and tell us what you want advice or help for. Then you fill out a quick online form and the practice will get back to you by the end of the next working day with the next steps. This means you won’t need to come into the surgery unless you need a face to face appointment. You may receive a call, email or text from the surgery with next steps, or to let you know your prescription is ready to collect.

  Choose Well - remember the Emergency Department (A&E) or 999 is for emergencies only 

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(Site updated 07/08/2019)
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