Acute COVID-19

What to do if you have new symptoms that could be due to COVID-19 disease.

What to do

More information about the local vaccination programme - how it works, where to go.


Information and resources to help you with your recovery following COVID-19 infection.


If you have symptoms suggestive of COVID-19

The advice regarding COVID-19 changes frequently, please check the NHS & Government websites for updates:
GOV UK COVID-19 infoNHS COVID-19 assessmentNHS COVID-19 info

Vaccination programme

Our Network of practices continues to deliver large numbers of vaccines and we are about embark on a joint delivery model with two other Primary Care Networks, enabling greater numbers of vaccinations.

There is new vaccination centre at the Liverpool Hope University sports hall at the Hope Park Campus in Woolton.

Our booking system sends invitations by SMS text message, and provides a link for patients to book themselves in. If you have a smartphone, please ensure we have the number, as this will speed up the booking process for everyone. You won't have to wait for a call, and as we will have fewer patients to ring we will get to those without a mobile sooner.

If you don't have a mobile phone, or are unable to book, we will be able to see this on the system and will call you to make the booking over the telephone, you won't be missed.
The company we are using for the SMS booking platform is called AccuRx and they are NHS Digital approved. The booking link is a link, and this is legitimate. See their website for more details.
Please don't ring about the vaccine - we will call you.
You can find more information about the NHS Covid-19 vaccination programme here:
NHS COVID vaccination
Our vaccination centre is:
Hope Park Campus Sports Hall, Taggart Avenue, Liverpool, L16 9JD
You MUST have an appointment, you will not be seen without one.

Recovery from COVID-19

Your COVID Recovery logo

Official NHS Website which helps you to understand what has happened and what you might expect as part of your recovery.

Your COVID Recovery
Coping with coronavirus logo

Website developed by Psychologists at UCL with self-help guides and signposting to a number of other resources

Coping with coronavirus
Mind charity logo

Mind is one of the largest Mental Health charities in the UK. They have a dedicated information and help hub for coronovirus.

every mind matters

NHS Mental Health website, with expert advice and practical tips to help you look after your mental health and wellbeing, and with specific sections on dealing with the impact of coronavirus.

Every mind matters

Dr Russ Harris presents an animated video explaining how to use Acceptance Commitment Therapy to help deal with the impact of coronavirus - although these techniques can be applied to many other stressful problems.