Neston Medical Centre

Liverpool Road, Neston, Cheshire, CH64 3RA

Current time is 15:14 - Sorry, we're currently closed. Please call NHS 111

NHS

Telephone: 0151 336 4121

neston.medicalcentre@nhs.net

12-15 year olds can book a Pfizer vaccine only if invited or live with an immunosuppressed member of their household, please call reception

16+17 year olds can book a 1st dose only of Pfizer Covid Vaccine, email wcccg.nestonwillastonpcn@nhs.net to book an appointment or call reception

Booster Vaccinations: Clinics are now underway, patients are being invited, however, if it is 6 months since your 2nd covid vaccine then please call reception to book. You will be offered your flu vaccine at the same time

Flu clinics, we will update when these are being held, flu vaccines are currently only being given during the covid booster clinics

Next covid vaccine clinic is on Sat 2nd October 8.10am – 12.50pm

 

 

Pharmacy First

Pharmacy First – a Useful Service for You:

Your local pharmacy will be able to give you advice about common ailments such as

  • sore throats
  • eye infections
  • hay fever etc.

Many are open 7 days a week and some late into the evening.

How Can The Pharmacy Help Me?

The pharmacy is an accessible health resource for you and your family. Everyone can get advice from a pharmacist and buy medication for a minor ailment or illness.

Many pharmacies are open when you GP surgery is shut (evenings, weekends and on public holidays).  You don’t even need to make an appointment to speak to a pharmacist.

A Pharmacist Provides Lots of Services:

Minor ailments or illnesses which can be treated include:

  • Conjunctivitis
  • Urinary Tract Infection
  • Impetigo
  • Oral Thrush in Infants

If you normally pay for your prescriptions, then the standard prescription fee will be charged.  However in many cases the medicines supplied will be cheaper to buy over the counter.  The pharmacy will advise you of this.