Breeze Hill Neighbourhood Health Centre houses Walton Medical Centre, Grey Road Medical Centre, Chilvers Mccrea (Walton Road Practice), Primary Care Trust Community Services, and a Lloyds Pharmacy.
All GP practices have open lists and are happy to discuss all your medical requirements. All practices have male and female doctors. Their receptionists are here to help you as much as possible with queries, appointments and repeat prescriptions and will ensure that you are made aware of the services provided by the practices. These include, Ante Natal, Post Natal, Stress Management, Alcohol Issues, Chronic Disease management, Elderly Health Checks, Minor Surgery and many others.
When you register with the Doctors you will be given a free health check.
Please telephone to arrange your first appointment;
- Grey Road Practice 0151 2953444
- Walton Medical Centre Practice 0151 2953434
- Chilvers McCrea (formerly Walton Village) 0151 2953485
As well as the three GP Surgeries, there are also a wide range of community primary care services including
- Children’s Health
- Nurse Led Treatment Rooms
- Abacus Family Planning Clinic
- Diabetic Eye Screening
We are continuing to build on the services that we can offer our patients and to this end we have introduced new clinics into the centre:
- A Dermatology clinic that is being run by Broad green Hospital.
- Bowel Cancer screening clinic that is held on Monday afternoons.
- Rheucas clinic on Monday mornings
- ECG on Monday afternoons
All these clinics are by appointment and are on Doctors referral.
Services in the Community
We are delighted to say that we have continued to develop our network of support for the local community. We have professionals on hand to give advice and assistance on numerous issues such as
- Healthy Homes
- Alcohol Awareness
- Health at Work
- Fuel Poverty
- Information on Childcare
- Local Community Events.
- Transport to work
- Advice on Neighbourhood Issues
These organisations are here on a rotational basis and have the information available to refer your issue if they cannot help you themselves. Their advice is free and they have access to rooms where they can talk to you privately, so please come in and take advantage of the help and support on offer to everyone. You do not have to be a patient at this centre.
Mersey Care NHS Trust - 0151 471 2336
Fuel Poverty - 0151 233 2844
Cross Roads Care - 0845 601 1990
Healthy Homes Programme - 0151 225 4837
Whats Yours Alcohol Awareness - 0845 519423