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Litherland Walk-in Centre
Litherland Walk-in Centre is currently experiencing a very high number of calls and enquiries from members of the public wishing to have a Covid-19 test. However we do not provide this service and are unable to undertake any Covid-19 testing.
In addition, there are significant numbers of patients attending the walk-in with coronavirus symptoms, which is causing delays in assessments. If someone has coronavirus symptoms, they should make an appointment at their nearest Test Centre or order a Home Testing Kit by visiting: www.nhs.uk/coronavirus. Alternatively they can call 119.
In accordance with government guidelines, suspected Covid-19 patients should not be visiting a healthcare setting, such as a walk-in centre and should instead be self-isolating.
The only exception is if a patient has been referred to the ‘red site’ at Litherland Town Hall, which is a part of the walk-in centre with the sole purpose of assessing and treating suspected Covid-19 patients. Patients can be referred to the ‘red site’ by their GP or following triage by the walk in centre. For the safety of patients and staff, this is why we are requesting all patients book an appointment in advance, so they can be directed to the correct site
Litherland Walk-in Centre is open every day from 8am to 8pm and patients should book an appointment in advance via the telephone triage system on 0151 475 4667. If they don’t, there is no guarantee that they will be seen.
This service provides face-to-face and virtual consultations for all patients who have a minor illness or injury. Patients who need a review of long term conditions and/or medication, cannot be seen by the walk in centre staff and need to make an appointment with their GP.
For further information on Litherland Walk-in Centre and their individual contact details, visit: www.nwbh.nhs.uk/walk-in-centres
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