On-the-day appointments for unexpected, medically urgent problems that cannot wait for a routine appointment are available every day.
Please call 4271214 as soon as possible, and be prepared to give the reception staff some details - this is to enable us to triage the urgent requests to an appropriate time and doctor.
If your problem is of a non-urgent nature, please book a routine appointment, with the doctor of your choice. Click here for information on how to make an appointment.
Weekdays Doors are open 08:00-18:00, phone lines open until 18:30.
Weekends Closed, see our appointments page for more information about out of hours provision.
Extended hours We offer extra appointments outside the normal hours for those who cannot attend due to work or childcare commitments. See here for more information.
Due to progressively worsening waiting times for routine appointments over the last year, we are overhauling our appointments system and booking process. Please bear with us over the next few weeks whilst we transition to the new system. We are optimistic that it will be worth it in the end with improved access for all of our patients.More information is on our appointments page - click here.
Healthy Liverpool is the joint initiative between Liverpool CCG and Liverpool City Council. Its ambitious aim is to make Liverpool the most active city in England by 2021.
The scale of the project is huge - Liverpool is currently one of the least active city in the UK - which is one of the least active countries in Europe.
However, the benefits of physical activity on physical and mental health are enormous, and Grassendale Medical Practice is fully behind the project.
Around one in two women and a third of men in England are damaging their health through a lack of physical activity. Physical inactivity is the fourth largest cause of disease and disability in the UK. Physical inactivity directly contributes to one in six deaths in the UK: the same number as smoking.
These numbers may surprise you, yet in Liverpool 86% of people are "inactive" - failing to meet the recommended activity levels to prevent these problems. We want to change this.
Lots is going to be happening in Liverpool this year as the Healthy Liverpool programme bids to increase our activity levels - hopefully you'll start to see the green Healthy Liverpool logo all over the city.
In the mean time, if you think you might be one of those inactive people, why don't you ask about your GP or Nurse next time you see them about meeting our Health Trainer, or for an Exercise for Health referral?
We're taking this seriously at Grassendale - we all have busy, desk-based jobs and we spend too much time sitting - hugely increasing our risk of conditions such as diabetes and heart disease. Below is an example of some of the ways in which the Grassendale team are trying to be more active: