High Pastures Surgery Building Works
Please note work will commence on the building from Monday 24th April 2021 until approx. mid-June 2021. The surgery will remain open and continue operating normally but please note there will be alternative access to the building. Prescription requests and samples can be handed into the surgery during normal working hours the letterbox will not be accessible.
Thank you for your co-operation
High Pastures currently serves a list size of around 11,000 patients living in the Maghull and Lydiate area of Merseyside. We are a long established and widely respected GP practice. Our 4 GP partners have over 100 years of medical experience between them!
We are a close-knit team of clinicians and administrative staff. Our current clinical team comprises 6 GP info
2 Physican Associates more info
3 Nurses. more info
We also have a dedicated administrative team lead by our Practice Manager Gill Kennedy
the team includes care navigators , administration and IT support staff alongside our receptionists.
District Nurses and Health Visitors affiliated to the Practice are based at the nearby Maghull Health Centre.
High Pastures is a large Georgian house built in Maghull which was renovated in 1986.The house was at some point divided into flats. It is one of Maghull's oldest buildings and is a well known landmark. The building comprises of 10 Surgeries on 2 floors, a spacious Common Room, 2 Admin rooms and a sizeable Reception area and 2 waiting rooms. There is also a large car park.
As part of the NHS commitment to providing more personalised care, from June 2015 all practices are required to provide all their patients with a named GP who will have overall responsibility for the care and support that our surgery provides.
This will not impact your experience at the practice, the provision of appointments, your treatment or which GP you can see.
You may wonder why your named GP is not necessarily the one you see most regularly. Please be assured that you can still access all of our medical team in exactly the same way as before.
Having a named GP does not guarantee you will always be seen by that GP.
Please note the GP responsible for your care may be subject to change and reallocation in the future.
You can still see any GP of your choice but please bear in mind you are likely to wait longer to see a preferred GP rather than your named one.
You do not need to take any further action, but if you have any questions or wish to know your named GP, please speak to Reception.
GP's at the practice are the named GP for a number of patients that is proportional to their availability. Please note the other information in the general section. The practice may need to alter who your named GP is to reflect internal changes. You will be informed of this when you contact the surgery or need to book an appointment.
An inappropriate or offensive comment posted on Social Media is considered to be Zero Tolerance and action will be taken in accordance with the Zero Tolerance Policy.
Fire Arms Licence
The Practice has taken an ethical objection to the licensing of firearms to the public.
The Practice views the monitoring of firearms licence holders essential, but not a service that we provide.