South Sefton GP Extra Service

South Sefton Primary Healthcare is providing routine general practice appointments for any person registered with a GP practice in South Sefton.

The service is provided at Litherland Town Hall, Hatton Hill Road, Litherland, L21 9JN

Weekday evenings 5pm - 8pm

Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holidays 10am-1pm

Please ring the Practice if you require an appointment with a GP, Advanced Nurse Practitioner or Practice Nurse between these times.

Please note that this is not an Urgent Care service or drop-in centre. All appointments must be pre booked through your own GP Practice.  

Phlebotomy appointments now available evening & weekends at Litherland Town Hall please book appointment with practice reception staff ( updated 27.11.19) 

Third party ordering 

From 11.07.2017 the practice will no longer be accepting 3rd party ordering from chemists. Patients will be required to order their prescriptions at the practice. Patients can be set up with access to their notes to enable them to order on line. ID may be required, the reception staff will be happy to help assist you with your log in details. For further information please ask reception staff.

Patient Participation Group

We have a small  Patient Participation Group. but are always looking to recruit new members. We would welcome you views on our practice and would like anyone interested in joining the practice patient participation group to speak to the reception staff about joining. Last contact- Emailed group letter (27.11.19)


The practice wishes to advise patients that from 1st October 2017 we will no longer have an extended surgery. There are now evening appointments available via the 7 day access service. Please ask at reception for further information. ( 27.11.19)


At present our patients can register for access on line which enables them to book an appointment, order repeat prescriptions and view part of their medical records.

From 1st April 2016 our patients will able to have detailed coded records access. They will be able to view such things as:

  • Results
  • Vaccinations
  • Medications
  • Allergies
  • Active problems
  • LettersThis would require identification, consent and all requests are dealt with on a case by case basis. The practice has the right to remove online access to services for anyone who doesn't use them responsibly. Further information will be available from the surgery.



From 25.05.2018 the GDPR ( General Data Protection Regulation) takes over from DPA ( Data Protection Act)

This means that the practice will now need patients consent to use your contact number to remind you of appointments or current health campaigns that may be beneficial to you.

Please advise reception staff that you give consent for the practice to contact you.