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01744 - 734128151 Grafton Street, St Helens, Merseyside, WA10 4GW         
A small GP practice in St Helens, Merseyside offering quality care and a personal approach by a friendly team.

We opened our new extension in September. This has 3 additional consulting rooms, and an isolation room that can be used by a patient waiting with an infectious illness. In addition our car park has been extended to 17 spaces and we now have 2 disabled car parking spaces.

Also we have restarted teaching student doctors from Liverpool University. You may be asked if you would talk to a student, or with your permission the student may be present when you see the doctor or nurse. Please feel free to say if you would prefer not to see the student.

Dr Laurence Miles retired from General Practice on 31st December 2016.  We wish him a long, happy and healthy retirement and thank him for contributing to the running of the practice so much over the years.

We are pleased that Dr Jarrod Schofield, an experienced GP, joined us on 1st March 2017 and became a permanent GP partner on 1st September 2017.

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We now have the facility to send you appointment confirmations and reminders by text.  If you would like to use this service, please make sure we have an up to date mobile number for you.


Monday08:30 – 18:00
Tuesday08:30 – 18:00
Wednesday08:30 – 13:00
Thursday08:30 – 18:00
Friday08:30 – 18:00


Between 12.30pm and 2pm (6pm on Wednesday), the surgery phone number has a pre-recorded message giving the mobile phone number of the GP from the practice who is on duty.


Bethany Medical Centre has an arrangement with St Helens Rota out-of-hours service. (Telephone calls to this service are recorded).

For urgent problems only after 6pm and at weekends please ring St Helens Rota on:

Before 6pm on weekdays please ring the surgery number


The practice covers addresses with the following postcodes: WA10 2 – WA10 6

To register you will need to complete a questionnaire and form. Registration is with the practice but, if you have a preference, you can nominate a preferred GP. As a new patient if you would like to see the practice nurse please ask for a double appointment.

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