The Fiveways Centre, 215 Childwall Road, Liverpool, L15 6UT
Telephone: 0151 295 9330
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Walk in Urine samples Coffee with Mates Online Appointments Cheshire and Merseyside residents urged to ‘give digital a go’ as part of new NHS campaign How you make a complaint about primary care services is changing on 1 July 2023 Carers Week 2023 Hypertension day – 17 May 2023 Coffee with Mates dates May – July ’23 Vaccination reminder in World Immunisation Week (24-30 April) Test of Government’s new, national Emergency Alerts system at 3pm on Sunday 23rd April
|Step free access
Induction loop devices are available on both ground and upper floors. Please let us know if you would like to use these during your consultation.
There are 6 disabled parking bays — only for use of vehicles displaying a blue badge.
There is a disabled access toilet available on each floor
Bringing children to Oak Vale Medical Centre
|Baby changing facility
|Parent and baby room
There isn’t a designated place to leave your pram, but you are welcome to take it into the clinic room with you when called for your appointment.
Children normally wait with parents in the waiting area. We respectfully ask that you keep your children with you, and under your control. Please understand that we don’t supply toys because they can be an infection risk. We would encourage you to bring along books or toys to keep your chidl occupied whilst waiting for your appointment.
There are parking facilities for up to 6 cycles.
There are 6 disabled parking bays.
NHS Cheshire and Merseyside has launched a new campaign to increase awareness of online health services …
From 1 July 2023 the way members of the public make a complaint about primary care services to the commissioner is changing….
High blood pressure, or hypertension, rarely has noticeable symptoms. But if untreated, it increases the risk of serious problems such as heart attacks and strokes. Around 1 in 4 adults in the UK have high blood pressure, although many will not realise it.
With one in ten children not up to date with their vaccinations and at risk of becoming seriously unwell, this World Immunisation Week (24-30th April) the NHS is encouraging people to make sure they are up to date with their routine vaccinations at all life stages.
At 3pm on Sunday 23rd April there will be a test of the Government’s new, national Emergency Alerts system set up to warn people across the UK if there’s a danger to life nearby.