Practice closed on Bank Holiday Monday 19th for the funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
The NHS remains open for you this bank holiday weekend.
Following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the government has confirmed that Monday 19 September will be a bank holiday.
If you have an urgent need, that can’t wait until the next working day, use NHS 111. The 111 online service offers quick advice and the best options for getting the care you need, including getting a call back from a trained clinician or nurse or booking an appointment in A&E.
For information on how to access your nearest urgent GP service, call you GP practice or visit the practice website.
To avoid any delays in getting your medicines this bank holiday please re-stock your medicine cabinets and order prescriptions in good time. You can order repeat prescriptions through the NHS App or at your GP practice.
Some local pharmacies may have different opening hours this bank holiday. Search ‘find a pharmacy NHS’ to find an open pharmacy near you.
If you need urgent mental health support this bank holiday, the NHS is here to help.
If you live in Cheshire or Wirral, you can call the 24/7 crisis line on 0800 145 6485.
Alternatively, you can access our SHOUT text messaging service by texting BLUE to 85258 to start a conversation with a trained volunteer.
For more information, visit: www.cwp.nhs.uk/crisis
A handy guide is available for you to download to help you access the right health advice and treatment in Wirral over the bank holiday.