Important - The Practice is closed on Monday 29th May 2023 for the bank holiday and will re open on Tuesday 30th May 2023. The Wirral's GP Out of Hours service will be available on 111 for urgent medical help and advice whilst the practice is closed. In an emergency ring 999.
Parkfield Medical Centre, Sefton Road, New Ferry, Merseyside, CH62 5HS
Telephone: 0151 644 0055
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PATCHS – Online consultations
PATCHS now operates 07:00 – 12:00 Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays).
This allows those with other commitments to access PATCHS before the practice opens.
Your PATCHS will be triaged and responded to within 2 working days, sooner if appropriate.
Any requests or queries not relating to medical treatment, such as sick note requests, can be sent to our reception email. Please make sure you include the relevant information when emailing so that your request can be processed accurately and in a timely manner.
Please note that the practice may close PATCHS earlier than advertised, if capacity is exceeded. If you need to speak to a clinician urgently, on the day you can phone the surgery.
We are a practice based in the New Ferry area with an ever expanding patient list of over 13,000 patients. We are dedicated to offering high quality primary health care to all our patients. We hope that our website will give you an insight into the services that we provide as a practice and further understanding of the job roles of our staff.
We aim to keep our patients up to date with information for our practice and we hope that you will find useful resources for other health related information. We are always looking to improve our services and welcome your feedback to how we can improve the content of our website. Please feel free to send any feedback to our email address at: email@example.com
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Sunlight Group Practice is an Enhanced Training Practice
Sunlight surgery is proud to be an approved training practice for both undergraduate and postgraduate doctors. All our GPs have a keen interest in training and education. We believe passionately in improving primary care in the UK through education and training new GPs. Junior doctors and GPs in training make up an increasing number of doctors in primary care nationally as well as here at Sunlight. They usually stay with us on placement 6-12 months.
You may see a doctor in their first few years following qualification or a GP in training at Sunlight. These doctors are well supported by qualified GPs in practice and are always able to get advice from a qualified GP if needed. Please don’t be alarmed if a training doctor asks for advice from a senior GP during your consultation, we are committed to providing the best clinical care possible to our patients.
You may see the following doctors at Sunlight Group Practice:
Student Doctor. A student training to become a doctor before they have qualified. You will also be seen by a qualified GP if you see a student doctor.
Foundation doctors F1 and F2. These are qualified doctors that are in their first 2 years following qualification as a doctor. They have often worked as doctors in hospitals and A&E before coming to Sunlight. They can always access support from a qualified GP.
GP Specialist Trainees (Registrars), GP ST. These are doctors undergoing specialist training to become a GP. They are fully qualified doctors who have worked for several years in hospital specialties before starting specialist training to be a GP. GP ST1 doctors are in their first years of specialist GP training, GP ST2 are in year 2 and GP ST3 are in their final year of training to become a GP. They always have access to support from a fully qualified GP.
Student Nurses. The practice has Student Nurses on placement with us, they shadow our clinician’s consultations.
Year 5 end of year student feedback report for Sunlight Group Practice, for 2021-22 from the School of Medicine: Student […]
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