Moreton Health Clinic

8-14 Chadwick Street, Moreton, Wirral, CH46 7XA

Current time is 15:31 - We're open


Telephone: 0151 522 0099

Patient Notice- We would like to remind you that further to the government announcement a face covering is still required when coming into practice. Thank you for your coopertion during this time.

Clinics & Services



What is social prescribing?
It is a way of linking a patient to appropriate non-clinical support in their
community. It is recognised that many of life’s problems can make us
feel unwell. Improving lifestyle or taking control of a practical problem
can be very challenging and people often feel daunted at the prospect of
change and don’t always know where to start. Social prescribing can help empower, and give people the confidence and support necessary to make and sustain a change.

For more information on this service and get to know your team. Visit our Primary Care Network Website by clicking here.


Health and wellbeing coaches (HWBCs) predominantly use health coaching & motivational skills to support people with lower levels of patient activation to develop the knowledge, skills, and confidence to become active participants in their own healthcare so that they can reach their self-identified health and wellbeing goals.

This personalised support is delivered through multiple sessions, increasing patient activation levels and empowering them to identify and implement lifestyle changes and self-management approaches to managing existing conditions or prevention of long-term physical and emotional health conditions.

The HWBC will work in partnership with multidisciplinary teams including the GP’s, Social Prescribing and Care Coordinators Teams to holistically support patients’ wider health & wellbeing.


A Care Coordinator is someone who will proactively identify and work with a cohort of patients with changing care needs, ensuring that their personalised care requirements are understood and communicated with other members of the PCN.

They will help patients to develop a person-centred care and support plan, which will focus on what matters to and for the individual.


What is 1st contact physiotherapy?

The vast majority of musculoskeletal first contact practitioners are physiotherapists with enhanced skills. They can help patients with musculoskeletal issues such as back, neck and joint pain by:

  • assessing and diagnosing issues
  • giving expert advice on how best to manage their conditions
  • referring them onto specialist services if necessary.

Patients can self-refer into this service, there is no need to seek advice from your GP. Please click here to access the self-referral form.



This clinic is run by the midwives. If you become pregnant, you will be given a ‘booking appointment’ at which the midwife will ask you a few questions and carry out some general health checks. You will be seen regularly throughout your pregnancy either at the practice or at the local hospital, or both.


Children’s immunisations clinic is held as detailed above appointment only. All new babies are invited for regular check-ups from eight weeks old.


All GPs offer contraceptive advice and prescriptions. Our practice nurses see most patients for contraceptive follow-up appointments.

Dr Lewis & Dr Worthington have family planning clinics for insertion of coils/ implants etc. Please arrange an appointment with our reception team to be booked into this specific clinic.

Emergency contraception is available during surgery hours. Alternatively, you can use Wirral Sexual Health Services or the pharmacy for emergency contraception.


Usually carried out by one of our nurses.


Led by our nursing team, these clinics offer advice and general health check-ups to patients diagnosed with various chronic diseases such as asthma, COPD, diabetes etc.


Please discuss this with your doctor who will then arrange for you to be given an appointment. Longer appointment slots are usually required for joint injections. You may have to be referred to an outside service depending on the type of injection required.


By arrangement with our practice nurses. Please contact reception to enquire about this service. A travel questionnaire must be completed prior to an appointment being booked.

Pre-Travel Questionnaire


See a dentist if you have toothache:

  • that last more than 2 days
  • that doesn’t go away when you take painkillers
  • with a high temperature, pain when you bite, red gums, or a bad taste in your mouth
  • and your cheek or jaw are swollen

Don’t go to your GP as they won’t be able to give you dental treatment

Immediate action required: Go to A&E if you have toothache and:

  • the area around your eye or your neck is swollen
  • swelling in your mouth or neck is making it difficult for you to breathe, swallow or speak

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Opening Times

  • Monday
    08:00 until 18:30
  • Tuesday
    08:00 until 18:30
  • Wednesday
    08:00 until 18:30
    Wirral Extended Access: 18:30pm - 19:30pm
  • Thursday
    08:00 until 18:30
    Wirral Extended Access: 18:30pm - 19:30pm
  • Friday
    08:00 until 18:30
  • Saturday
  • Sunday