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Liverpool Healthy Lungs Programme is coming to the Practice: September 2018 – March 2019

We are working with NHS Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group to offer lung health clinics to people at the Practice. 

This programme is known as the Liverpool Healthy Lung Programme.  You can find out more about it online here:  Here you can also watch an inspiring video about Dennis, who recently attended a clinic.   

The clinics will be offered to people aged 58-75 who have ever smoked or who have COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease).  If you are in this group you should receive a clinic invite letter around September/October, after which you should book an appointment as soon as possible. 

At your appointment you will see a specialist lung nurse who will ask about your general health and also some questions about your lungs and breathing. S/he may also check your breathing using Spirometry (a tube you blow in). With your permission s/he will also offer to assess your risk of lung cancer using a Lung Risk Score.  If you decide to have the Lung Risk Score, you may be offered a chest CT scan at a local hospital.

We now know that if we pick up lung problems including lung cancers at a very early stage we can treat them with the latest and most effective treatments.  Sometimes we can cure them.  Liverpool has led the way in trying to improve our citizens’ health and this programme is part of it.

This is a great opportunity to improve your lung health and we do hope to see you in the clinic.

For more information you can email:


New Patient Registration

We welcome all requests for new patients to join our list who are resident in the postal areas below. All patients are registered with the practice; this means you can request to see any doctor within the practice, subject to availability.

When you first register you will be asked to complete a questionnaire and a registration form (purple GMS1). We will also require you to bring photographic ID this can be in the form of a passport, driving license, citizen card, NHS Smart card or other official government photographic identification.

You will be given an appointment to see the Health Care Assistant who will record detailed information regarding your present and past history while we are waiting for your full medical records to be sent to us.  Medical records can take up to 6 weeks to arrive depending on your previous address.

Information for patients who wish to register

Postal Areas: L9, L4, L20
Follow this link to find out it you are within our Catchment area:


pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

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