Other out of hours services available in Liverpool
NHS Walk-in Centres are available if you feel unwell or suffer from a minor injury when you’re away from home or your GP Surgery is closed. Walk-in centres are open seven days a week usually from 8am to 8pm. You can attend any walk-in centre and you don’t need an appointment – you can just turn up.
Walk-in centres can offer treatment for minor illnesses and injuries including: Minor infections and rashes / Stomach upsets / Minor cuts and bruises / Strains and sprains / Coughs, colds and flu-like symptoms. Walk-in centres also provide emergency contraception.
You’ll be asked about your medical problem when you arrive at a Walk-in Centre. Patients are treated based on the urgency of their need, so please be aware that during busy times that you may need to wait.
To find your nearest Walk-in Centre visit nhs.uk.
Walk-in Centres should be your first point of call before attending the A&E department, unless your condition is of a more serious nature, or outside of our opening hours.
See opening times and information for Liverpool Walk-in Centres.
Accident and Emergency departments
Please only use A&E for accidents and emergencies that cannot be managed with the above options.
Royal Liverpool University Hospital (A&E)
Prescot Street, Liverpool L7 8XP
Tel: 0151 706 2000
Fax: 0151 706 5806
University Hospital Aintree (A&E)
Lower Lane, Fazakerley, Liverpool L9 7AL
Tel: 0151 525 5980
Alder Hey Children’s Hospital (A&E – children only)
Eaton Road, West Derby, Liverpool L12 2AP
Tel: 0151 228 4811
Emergency Ambulance services can also be contacted at any time by dialling 999.