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The Village Surgery

12 Elbow Lane



L37 4AW

Tel: 01704 878661 - 01704 879430

Accessing on the day appointments

Due to the current unprecedented demand for GP appointments we are responding by implementing a new system for patients to access same day appointments. This system will ensure that those patients in most need of a same day appointment are prioritised and allocated an appointment with the most appropriate clinician. For more information see our news section of the website


The surgery are keen to hear from motivated individuals trained in phlebotomy, with immediate effect. We are seeking to recruit bank phlebotomist staff, remunerated at AFC Band 2 (£10.37 per hour).  S…

28 Mar 2023
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Coming soon – PATCHS, new for online consultations

Our online consultation service will shortly be changing from eConsult to a new system called PATCHS.

Posted by NHS Cheshire and Merseyside - Sefton
27 Mar 2023
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Macmillan centre invites people to their next health and wellbeing event and to join them for parkrun

Southport Macmillan Centre is inviting those affected by cancer to its next Health and Wellbeing event and are encouraging people to join in on the monthly 5k parkrun with the team.

Posted by NHS Cheshire and Merseyside - Sefton
14 Mar 2023
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Groundbreaking trans health service making a difference to lives in Sefton

A dedicated trans health service is providing medical support and guidance for residents across Sefton.

Posted by NHS Cheshire and Merseyside - Sefton
14 Mar 2023
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Welcome to Our Practice



A Patient Participation Group (PPG) gives an opportunity for there to be two-way communication and decision making between the practice staff and its users. It allows us to communicate what the practice is being challenged to deliver, whilst giving patients the opportunity to influence how we may deliver the initiatives we are contractually obliged to do so.

We recently had to disband the historic PPG since we could no longer see the group as a critical frie…