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01744 - 734128151 Grafton Street, St Helens, Merseyside, WA10 4GW         

This practice aims to provide a friendly, efficient and effective service to all our patients.

Our aim is to give you the highest possible standard of care and service and we try to deal swiftly with any problems that may occur.

We offer a Practice Complaints Procedure to deal with comments, suggestions and complaints about the services we provide.

Our Practice Manager will give you further information.

We welcome patient feedback – you can fill out the NHS Friends and Family test here.


We respect your right to privacy and to keep all your health information confidential and secure.

We respect your right to be treated with dignity and respect.

We expect our patients to treat our staff in a respectful way. The practice has a policy of zero tolerance from violent or abusive patients.

It is your responsibility to order prescriptions in a timely manner and to attend for review when requested. It is not safe to continue prescribing your medication indefinitely without us having the opportunity to check it is working effectively for you.

If you no longer require or cannot attend a booked appointment, we would expect you to contact the surgery to cancel it. The practice monitors the amount of time wasted with missed appointments and will contact persistent offenders.

Click here to view our Patient Privacy Notice

Click here to view our Patient Privacy Notice for children


Everyone working within the NHS has a duty of care to keep information about you confidential.

We will not, without good reason:

– Give any of your medical details over the phone unless we are certain who we are talking to.
– Give details about you to anyone else without your permission.

If you have any questions about confidentiality please speak to the Practice Manager or one of the doctors.

Click here to view ‘Your health record’ leaflet


If you wish to, you can now use the internet to book appointments with a GP, request repeat prescriptions for any medications you take regularly and look at your medical record online. You can also still use the telephone or call in to the surgery for any of these services as well. It’s your choice.

You will need to present yourself at the surgery and complete an application form. 2 forms of ID are required – one of which must be Photo ID and the other your address.

Access to medical records online is only available to patients over 16 years of age.




We have a small patient group which meets with staff every 3 months. The group provides feedback about surgery services. If you would like to be considered for membership of the group, please apply in writing or by e-mail. Please tell us why you would like to join the group and please let us know if you have any previous relevant experience.


NHS England has recommended that all patients have a named, accountable GP with overall responsibility for their care. If we have not yet informed you who your named GP is and you would like to know, please ask us. Please note that this will not alter how you book your appointment. For routine appointments you can still choose the doctor you wish to see at the surgery – you do not have to see the doctor who is your named GP. You may not be able to book with a specific doctor if you require an urgent appointment.


The Summary Care Record is a list of your medication and allergies. A hospital or out-of-hours doctor can now ask your permission to access this. This is a good safety feature. If you want the hospital to have details of your medical conditions as well then you would need to give us permission to add these to your Summary Care Record.


The latest year for which we have figures available is 2017-2018. During this year there were changes in the practice. In March 2017 we employed a new, full-time salaried GP, who then became a partner in September 2017.

For the year 2017-2018 the average income for three doctors (one fulltime, salaried for 6 months, and then a partner, and two part-time) was £56,928 before tax and National Insurance.

The prescribed method for calculating earnings is potentially misleading because it takes no account of how much time doctors spend working in the practice, and should not be used to form any judgement about GP earnings, nor to make any comparison with any other practice.

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