The advice to the public is to call NHS 111 now if you have been:
• If you have returned from these specific areas since February 19th, you should call NHS111 and self-isolate even if you do not have symptoms:
• Specific lockdown areas in Northern Italy as designated by the Government of Italy
• Special care zones in South Korea as designated by the Government of the Republic of South Korea
• Hubei province
• If you have returned from these areas since February 19th and develop symptoms, however mild, you should self-isolate at home immediately and call NHS111. You do not need to self-isolate if you have no symptoms.
• Northern Italy (defined by a line above, and not including, Pisa, Florence and Rimini),
• Those who have returned from previously identified geographic areas within the past 14 days and develop symptoms, however mild, should self-isolate at home immediately and call NHS111
Anyone who meets the above criteria must not go to a GP surgery, community pharmacy or hospital. Instead they should call NHS 111, stay indoors and avoid close contact with other people.
Information for the public is available at nhs.uk
24/7 access to the practice via e-Consultation
Use our eConsult facility to get information or seek advice whenever or wherever it’s convenient. We will respond within two working days.
The e-consultation service should not be used to request urgent medical advice, or to order medicines.
ACCESS TO YOUR OWN MEDICAL RECORDS
If you would like to have access to your medical records, please consider registering for Patient Access. This will give you access to information on your medical history and diagnoses, allergies and medications. You can use Patient Access to book and cancel appointments, and you can order your regular repeat medication. Once your medication is authorised, we can send it direct to your nominated pharmacy for you to pick up. Please call in at reception with photo ID and the receptionist can quickly arrange this for you.
LATE AND WEEKEND APPOINTMENTS
WE NOW CLOSE AT 6.30 PM MONDAY – FRIDAY
With effect from January 2020 our late access and weekend appointments are undertaken by the primary care hub. If you wish to book a late appointment outside of our normal opening hours, or at the weekend, please ask one of our reception team to book a suitable appointment for you.
In the evening or weekend you can ring the hub directly on the number below.
We are pleased to be able to inform you that evening and weekend GP appointments are now available for patients who are registered with this GP practice.
Ask a member of reception staff for more details or call 0151 652 6077 (at weekends or evenings only)
Our normal phone number is still 0151 652 1955 for all other matters in practice working hours.
There is a Minor Injury/Illness clinic available at Birkenhead Medical Building
This is a nurse-led service with GP support and is a drop-in service.
The opening hours of this service are 10am-8pm Monday-Thursday, 10am-6.30 pm on Friday and 10am-5 pm at weekends and on Bank Holidays.
Conditions treated at this drop-in clinic include bites, stings, burns, sprains, suts, chest infections, ear & throat infections, urinary tract infections, minor eye or head injuries. The clinic also performs emergency contraception, dressings and removals of stitches and staples.
PLEASE USE THIS SERVICE FOR NON LIFE-THREATENING EMERGENCIES AND HELP REDUCE THE PRESSURE ON ARROWE PARK A&E
Birkenhead Medical Building, 31 Laird Street, Birkenhead, CH41 8DB
It's Tuesday 9:29 PM — Sorry, we're closed
Telephone: 0151 652 1955
Cavendish Medical Centre
Telephone 0151 652 1955
Cavendish Medical Centre is an NHS medical general practice situated in the community of Birkenhead on Laird Street.
The practice is very convenient and easy to access via public transport, with car and cycle parking facilities. Our practice list is open to new patients wishing to register.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
The aim of our practice is to provide high quality care to all our patients, treating you with dignity and respect.
We wish to help you to improve your health and are committed to work with you to achieve this in a friendly, caring and accessible way.
We are an up to date, modern training practice with two doctors who are qualified General Practitioner Trainers (Dr Cheetham & Dr Clark).
We have a practice-wide learning and communicating ethos and this enables the entire practice team to maintain their knowledge and to develop a wide range of skills.
We facilitate training of qualified doctors who wish to specialise in general practice (GP Trainees) We call these doctors in training “Registrars”.
We provide training for hospital doctors who need to gain experience in general practice before choosing their future career path (Foundation doctors from local hospitals in Wirral and Liverpool).
We also provide experience for medical students from the Liverpool University.
We are pleased to have established an excellent record for training future GPs and to have contributed to the success of Wirral as the top north west GP Training area according to the 2017 GMC survey. We aim to provide a welcoming and high quality experience for our trainees.
Our reception team train NVQ apprentices up to Level 5.
Our nurses provide mentorship and work experience for some types of student.
Cavendish Medical Centre In The Community
We participate in the local community promoting healthy lifestyle initiatives and locality groups. You can find lots of community and social information in our waiting room.
We support and train our staff so that they can provide the best possible care for our patients. For more detailed information on the members of our team, visit the practice team page.
These services include doctors, dentists, opticians, pharmacists, walk-in centres and GP out-of-hours services. The Consortium also provides community care such as district nursing, and it commissions other services such as acute hospital, mental health services, voluntary and private sector services.