Welcome to Yew Tree Medical Centre
The Practice will close half day from 1 pm on the following Thursdays:
24th June 2021, 29th July 2021, 30th Sept 2021, 28th Oct 2021, 25th Nov 2021
IF YOU HAVE COUGH OR HIGH TEMPERATURE PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE SURGERY - CALL NHS 111 OR GO TO ONLINE NHS 111
Prescriptions: Please use patient online access or myGP app for ordering your prescriptions.
Please do not come to the surgery for a query - Please allow our NHS staff to be able to be in work by practicing social distancing and keeping everyone safe.
We understand that getting through on the phones can be difficult. Hence we have released a number of telephone appointments with GP's/ ANP's and Practice Nurse online - you can book these via downloading the myGP app/ patient access or the NHS app (there is no linkage key required with NHS app).
REMINDER TO ALL PATIENTS
Access to GP care remains open
Hospital will be now accepting referrals now as there is concern that patients are not seeking help for non-COVID problems. Please do make a telephone appointment at the surgery to ensure that you are not delaying treatment for medical problems.
**Face coverings should not be used by children under the age of 11 or those who may find it difficult to manage them correctly. For example, primary age children unassisted, or those with respiratory conditions**
Yew Tree Medical Centre is committed to providing high quality medical care in a friendly environment to the local population in Liverpool.
We have been practising from the same building for years, and the practice is undergoing changes to deliver Modern family practice in a traditional setting.
We believe that patients receive the best possible care when it's provided by a healthcare professional who genuinely knows their patient. This personal approach is vital for primary care. That's why we make it a priority to get to know our patients, understand their circumstances and healthcare requirements.
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