Liverpool & Sefton Health Partnership Ltd
Clock View, Walton
Clock View is a new generation of mental health hospitals opened in February 2015. It provides therapeutic environments and approaches to care designed to improve recovery, wellbeing and reduce lengths of stay. It provides short-stay treatment for local people with a range of mental health issues including depression, anxiety and dementia, offering 85 individual bedrooms all with en-suite. It also provides the city’s new psychiatric intensive care unit for those most in distress in need of urgent in-patient care. It is a base for a new local assessment and immediate care service that provides emergency, urgent and routine assessment, enabling better support for people between in-patient and community services.
Clock View replaces an existing adult mental health in-patient unit called Stoddart House. The new hospital has been designed to provide light and airy spaces, individual bedrooms of the highest standards for privacy and dignity, in addition to communal activity areas and safe inner courtyard gardens to aid people’s recovery. Additional facilities include learning and education spaces; a café; a range of individual and group therapy and activity spaces, space for self-help, advocacy and voluntary organisations; spiritual space; family visiting rooms and meeting rooms, all contained in attractive low level buildings surrounded by landscaping.
0151 330 7200
Ainsdale Centre for Health and Wellbeing
This striking building is situated within a residential area and offers a range of services including; nurse led treatment rooms, podiatry, dietetics, smoking cessation, parentcraft, audiology, baby clinic, leg ulcer services, speech and language therapy, welfare food sales, health visitor enquiries, district nurse enquiries, physiotherapy, retinal screening, diabetic services, GPSI – joint injection clinics and phlebotomy.
Aintree Group Practice, Oriel Drive
This is the smallest of LSHP’s developments and houses a branch of one of the largest GP practices in Liverpool. The building provides a range of consulting and treatment rooms as well as minor surgery.
0151 295 8350
Breeze Hill Neighbourhood Health Centre
This imposing development is sited on one of Liverpool’s business traffic intersections. The facility accommodates three GP practices and includes treatment rooms, orthoptist, podiatry, phlebotomy, health visitors, district nurses and a diagnostic suite. The centre also houses a retail pharmacy. It opened its doors to the public in February 2008.
0151 295 3482
Childwall Neighbourhood Health Centre
This ambitious development stands on the site of the old library at Childwall Fiveways and involved NHS Merseyside, Liverpool City Council and Childwall school. Co-located within the health centre is a replacement library and a sixth form facility. The health centre delivers a range of services including; phlebotomy, Anti-coag, paediatrics, podiatry, alcohol service, dermatology, treatment room, diabetic retin-opathy, counselling, expert patient and a health education room. It opened its doors to the public on 24th October 2011.
0151 295 9356
For appointments with the Oakvale Practice, please call 0151 295 9372
For appointments with Dr Orlan’s Practice, please call 0151 295 9300
Everton Road Health Centre
The innovative design of this building utilises the sloping nature of the site to create a 2-storey frontage with four levels. The facility includes 4 GPs, outpatients, dentistry, podiatry, district nurses with expansion space for further provision as demand dictates.
LSHP and Liverpool PCT worked closely with Liverpool City Council to cater for the needs of social services who are also housed in the building. The improved facilities will assist the PCT in the recruitment and retention of staff which can be challenging in deprived areas.
0151 300 8333
Kensington Neighbourhood Health Centre
This development is situated on a major strategic gateway to Liverpool city centre and a design competition was undertaken to respond to the demands of delivering a cost effective design on such an important site. Financial Close on this scheme was achieved on 30th November 2011 and work has commenced on site. It opened to the public on 18th March 2013. The facility replaces existing Portable Cabins and poor quality accommodation whilst providing additional capacity to deliver a wider range of services.
0151 295 3636
Litherland Town Hall Health Centre
Litherland Town Hall has an interesting history and has been tastefully converted to create a new health centre offering a wide range of primary care services. In the 1960s the Beatles played here and, as such, it has a place in the hearts of a generation of locals.
The centre includes a minor injuries walk-in centre, two GP practices and two dental practices. The centre also houses the UK’s first fully digital x-ray facility together with podiatry and district nursing.
0151 475 4831
Picton Neighbourhood Health and Children’s Centre
This colourful, modern building is situated in a housing market renewal area and provides a new asset for one of the most ethnically diverse areas of Liverpool. The centre also includes a Surestart children’s nursery which is run by Liverpool City Council and further enhances the building’s function as a community facility.
The building accommodates two GP practices, treatment rooms, dentistry, practice nurses, health visitors, health education, phlebotomy and a pharmacy. The building was completed and opened in February 2008.
0151 295 3300
Princes Park Neighbourhood Health Centre
An existing health centre has been completely remodelled and redeveloped to create a modern, fit for purpose health centre. Work commenced on site in November 2010 and due to the complexities of working in a live environment, the development has been phased with the final phase completed May 2012. The remodelled health centre added bookable treatment rooms to the existing provision enabling a much wider range of services to be delivered to the local community.
0151 295 9222
This is LSHP’s largest facility to date and replaces the much smaller Sir Alfred Jones memorial hospital which stood on the site previously. The building opened in April 2011 and houses two GP practices, a walk in and diagnostics suite, community dentistry, physiotherapy and a wide range of outpatients services including audiology and ophthalmology.
Photo Credit: Infinite 3D Photography
0151 295 9000
Southport Centre for Health and Wellbeing
The facility in a prominent location on Southport town centre delivers a range of services including; podiatry, family planning, dental, audiology, neuro-rehabilitation, children’s services and community physiotherapy. The building is sympathetically designed so as to fit well with the surrounding properties in the area and the final design was the result of collaboration with the planning authority. The building opened its doors to patients in January 2008.
Speke Neighbourhood Health Centre
Speke has undergone a substantial regeneration programme which has seen a new school and shopping complex developed to serve the area. This new development led to the decline of the existing district centre which has been demolished and created the opportunity to provide a new hub for the community in the centre of Speke.
0151 295 8800
Townsend Lane Neighbourhood Health Centre
This development is in one of the most deprived communities in England and is was constructed on the site of a former school. Work commenced in November 2010 and opened to the public on 16th January 2012. The building houses; two GP practices, treatment room, minor surgery, Alder Hey (Children’s Services), ENT, phlebotomy, anti-coag, counselling, dentist, health education room and podiatry.
0151 295 9500
For appointments with the Anfield Group Practice, please call 0151 295 9520
For appointments with Townsend Lane Medical Centre, please call 0151 295 9510
For dental appointments, please call 0151 295 9640