With an urgent polio vaccine booster programme being rolled out for London children – the key message for Liverpool families is to check if your child is up to date with their routine vaccinations.
Information on clinics over the summer holidays for Year 8 children and older who have missed their immunisations in school.
Liverpool City Council and the local NHS are teaming up to host a series of ‘Grab a Jab’ events across the city this summer.
Do you know what to do when infant crying feels overwhelming? ICON can help.
Liverpool City Council and Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) has been working with primary care providers and community innovation teams to research into some of the most common barriers to…
The NHS has launched a public consultation about proposals for five Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (LUHFT) services – breast surgery, general surgery, nephrology, urology, and vas…
The local NHS is reminding people that they can still access urgent health care over the Jubilee bank holiday weekend – including Thursday 2 and Friday 3 June when GP practices will be closed.
Monkeypox is a rare infectious disease, but there are a number of cases in the UK – and that number is rising.
Patients in Liverpool can now get prescription medicines for certain conditions direct from a local pharmacy.
You can download and use the NHS App if you're aged 13 or over.
The local NHS is reminding people that they can still access urgent care over the Easter 2022 bank holiday weekend, especially on Friday 15 April (Good Friday) and Monday 18 April (Easter Monday) when…
The NHS is inviting children aged 5 to 11 to book their COVID-19 vaccination or visit a local drop-in clinic.
The NHS is offering spring boosters to over 75s, residents in care homes and those with weakened immune systems.
If you currently have COVID-19 and are at higher risk, you may be eligible for a free pulse oximeter to help monitor your oxygen levels at home.
The NHS is raising awareness of heart attack symptoms as part of the latest ‘Help Us Help You’ campaign.
A new campaign is encouraging those eligible to respond to their cervical screening invitation letters and to book an appointment at their GP practice if they missed their last one.