Walk-in centres - Knowsley and Sefton


Who we are
We have three walk-in centres in Knowsley (Halewood, Huyton and Kirkby) and one walk-in centre in Litherland in Sefton.

Our walk-in centres pro
vide consultations, advice and treatment for minor injuries and illnesses. 

These include:

  • Infections and rashes (N.B. if measles is suspected, you are advised to stay at home and phone your GP or NHS 111 for advice)
  • Coughs and flu-like symptoms
  • Ear ache and sore throats
  • Cuts and bruises
  • Minor burns and strains 
  • Emergency contraception and advice 
  • Insect and animal bites
  • Stomach aches and upsets
  • Urine infections
  • Minor new eye problems
Please consider visiting a walk-in centre before attending accident and emergency (A&E) with a minor injury or illness. A&E departments are for serious and life threatening injuries only.

If you're not sure if a walk-in centre is the best option for you, you can contact NHS 111 for advice. NHS 111 is available 24 hours a day; 365 days a year for any medical help which is needed fast, but is not a 999 emergency. Calls are free from landlines and mobile phones.

Further information on attending a walk-in centre can be found at: Are you winter ready? This page also provides useful tips to Help Us Help You stay well this winter. 

How to access our service
You can attend any walk-in centre and you don't need an appointment - you can just turn up.

Halewood, Huyton and Kirkby walk-in centres are open 8am-9pm Monday to Saturday and 10am-9pm on Sundays and bank holidays.

Litherland Walk-in Centre is open 8am-8pm every day.

We aim to see all patients as quickly as we can but please bear in mind that waiting times will depend on the number of patients waiting to be seen. Patients will be seen in order of urgency, so we aren't always able to see people in the order they arrive and book in to the walk-in centre.


Help Us Help You
We encourage everyone to make sure they choose the right NHS service to get the right treatment. Below is a list of options available depending on your medical need:

Self-care
This is the best choice to treat minor illnesses and injuries. A large range of common illnesses and injuries can be treated at home or simply with over-the-counter medicines and plenty of rest.

NHS 111
If you need advice fast and you're not sure what to do, call 111 for health care advice that is fast, easy and free. You can also get answers to hundreds of health questions, including common childhood illnesses at www.nhs.uk 24 hours a day!

Pharmacists (chemists)
Are a great source of health care service advice and information. They are experts in medicines and will help you decide if you need to see a doctor.

GPs
Can help if you have an illness or injury that won't go away and any long standing condition. Other
examples may include vomiting, ear pain, stomach ache and back ache.

Walk-in centres
Provide consultations, advice and treatment for new minor injuries and illnesses.

A&E or 999
Is for life threatening situations and emergencies, such as chocking, chest pain, sever difficulty breathing, blacking out and blood loss.


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Visit us​
Halewood Walk-in Centre
Roseheath Drive
Halewood
Liverpool
L26 9UH 

Tel: 0151 244 3532

Open: 8am-9pm Monday to Saturday and 10am-9pm Sundays and bank holidays

Huyton Walk-in Centre
Nutgrove Villa
Westmoreland Road 
Huyton
L36 6GA 

Tel: 0151 244 3150

Open: 8am-9pm Monday to Saturday and 10am-9pm Sundays and bank holidays

Kirkby Walk-in Centre
St Chads Clinic
St Chads Drive
Kirkby
L32 8RE 

Tel: 0151 244 3063

Open: 8am-9pm Monday to Saturday and 10am-9pm Sundays and bank holidays

Litherland Walk-in Centre
Litherland Walk-in Centre
Litherland Town Hall
Hatton Hill Road
L21 9JN

Tel: 0151 475 4667

Open: 8am-8pm every day