This website uses cookies to function correctly.
You may delete cookies at any time but doing so may result in some parts of the site not working correctly.

Latest News

5k Active SeftonPublic health awareness campaigns

  • Meningitis ACWY vaccine for school leavers and new entrants to higher education aged 17-25 or anyone who has not been immunised with MenACWY born after 01.09.1996
  • Measles, Mumps and Rubella vaccine for school leavers and new entrants to higher education or anyone who is not up to date with the MMR vaccine up to the age of 25.

Click here to read MenACWY vaccine leaflet

Surgery team complete Active Workforce 5k Challenge

A team including GP's and staff from Ainsdale Village Surgery completed the Active Workforce 5k Challenge on 15th June 2017.

After running twice around Crosby Lakeside Marina the team enjoyed the BBQ afterwards and a well earned drink.

They hope to enter a team for the event again next year.

Click here for information on the NHS Cyber Attack

Read our latest newsletter

Care at the Chemist Information Leaflet

Practice Closures 2017

Training Closures 2017

The surgery will be closed on the following Wednesday afternoons for staff training:

21.06.2017
19.07.2017
16.08.2017
20.09.2017
18.10.2017
15.11.2017
20.12.2017.

Bank Holiday Closures 2017

We will be closed on the following Bank Holidays in 2017:

28/08/17
25/12/17
26/12/17

Public Health Awareness Campaigns

The practice is currently offering vaccination programs for the following-

  • Meningitis B catch up
  • Shingles
  • Flu
  • Pneumonia
  • Pertussis in pregnancy

Please ask at reception to check eligibility for these vaccinations.

Screening Programs

Please ask at reception for information regarding Cervical Screening, Bowel cancer Screening and Breast Cancer Screening to check eligibility.

Veterans

Please advise the reception team if you have ever served in the armed forces and your medical records will be updated with this information.

Have your say - join our Patient Group

Health News from the BBC and the NHS

BBC Health
NHS Choices Behind the Headlines
Call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergencyNHS ChoicesThis site is brought to you by My Surgery Website