Please note that during the COVID-19 pandemic different procedures apply.
On-the-day appointments for unexpected, medically urgent problems that cannot wait for a routine appointment are still available every day.
If you aren't sure if your problem is urgent or not, try our eConsult service which will guide you to the most appropriate option.
If you think do need to talk to a doctor or nurse, please call 3176244 as soon as possible after 08:00. You will be called back by a clinician to discuss the problem further. We may be able to address your problem by telephone or video call, but if you need examining you will still be offered a face to face appointment at the surgery.
If your problem is of a non-urgent nature, you can submit an eConsult online, and we will respond within one working day. Click here for information on how the appointment system works.
We will be closed on Monday 31st August for the Bank Holiday. However you can still use our eConsult facility which gives useful information and advice on self-care, and if you need advice from one of the doctors we will respond within one working day.
Use our eConsult facility to get information or seek advice whenever or wherever it's convenient for you. We will respond within one working day.
During the COVID-19 pandemic we have suspended the facility to just walk in to the Practice. You can still drop off paper prescription requests in the letterbox (although have could do that from home using online access); access in to the building is only for patients who have been invited in, and have a booked appointment time. We ask all those attending to wear a face covering.
You can see a Liverpool GP for routine matters until 21:00 on weekdays, 09:00-16:00 on Saturdays and 09:00-13:00 on Sundays. If you would like one of these appointments, please call the surgery and book via our Care Navigators. These appointments are not with the Grassendale GPs.
Usually in the last week of the month (except August & December) we shut for one afternoon at 13:00 to allow for training of our staff - for example the doctors being re-certified for their CPR and defibrillator training. Reminders will be posted on our Twitter feed and visible here on the website.
The next half-day close will be in September 2020