Welcome to Our Practice
Welcome to the Long Lane Medical Centre Web Site. We are a friendly, family practice that prides itself in a personal service.
We have served the population of North Liverpool since 1956. We value the long term relationship between doctor and patient and are proud that many of you have been with us for nearly half a century. We seek to give the same personal service to those of you who have only recently moved into the area. Our policy is one of continual improvement in the service that we provide.
If you have any comments or suggestions, we would be pleased to hear them and you can use the form in the 'contacting us' page. We regret that at the present time, we can only reply to general medical enquiries by our registered patients over the internet.
IMPORTANT CHANGES TO OUR SERVICE
To keep you and our staff safe during the Coronavirus pandemic all appointments will now be telephone consultations after which the doctor or nurse will make arrangements for a face to face appointment if necessary.
Alternatively you can use eConsult to submit an online consultation.
We are concerned that some people have been reluctant to contact us during the pandemic and have waited for longer than they normally would to seek help for symptoms they were worried about. Despite the pandemic please do not hesitate to contact us if you require medical assistance, particularly if you have any symptoms you are worried may be a sign of a serious illness. We have implemented infection control measures to make it safe if you do have to attend the practice in person.
IMPORTANT COVID-19 PRACTICE UPDATE - If you are attending the practice for an appointment you need to supply your own face mask or face covering which covers your nose and mouth. This is for your protection and to help protect our staff. Thank you for your support in helping to stop the spread of the virus
With the vaccine rollout in England now opened to those aged 25 and over, young frontline health workers have joined forces to make the facts clearer for young people and urge them to both get the vaccine when their turn comes and get tested regularly, even if they have no symptoms.Read More