Woolton House Medical Centre is a modern practice offering high quality care to its patients plus a broad and highly prioritised training programme for junior doctors.
Woolton House was built in 1867 as a wedding present to Mr John Cross, a surgeon, and his new wife. From that day to this, the house has been used continually as a medical practice, adapting successfully to the many changes in health care provision over the years.
The practice covers a diverse area but the practice list of nine thousand is mainly located in the suburban village of Woolton, which became part of the City of Liverpool in the early 20th century. Find out more about the Medical Centre...
|Monday||8am - 6.30pm*|
|Tuesday||8am - 8.00pm*|
|Wednesday||8am - 6.30pm*|
|Thursday||8am - 6.30pm*|
|Friday||8am - 6.30pm*|
* Except Bank/ Public Holidays.
Patients can contact the practice by telephone on 0151 295 8686 or face to face at any time during the opening hours above.
The out of hours service is provided by Unplanned Care 24 from 6.30pm each evening until 8.00am the following working day and also operates at weekends and on all bank/public holidays. If you need to contact a doctor during these hours please call the practice number and listen to the message which will guide you.
For many problems telephone advice may be all that is needed but if it is decided that you need to see a doctor then you will be asked to attend at one of the Walk in Centres. Home visits are only for those who are too ill to travel.
Woolton House Medical Centre
4 Woolton Street
Tel: 0151 295 8686