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Local commissioners of NHS services (St Helens CCG) have decided to close ElderCare on 31st August 2017. During the next few months patients will be supported and helped by the local commissioning team to register with another GP in St Helens.

Any queries about this should be directed to:

Claire O’Toole is our Primary Care Commissioning & Contracts Manager, she is based at the Gamble building, 1st Floor, Victoria Square, St. Helens, WA10 1DY

Tel: 01744 457293


Care where you need it most

Based in the world class facilities of St Helens hospital, Eldercare is a new GP home-visiting practice for the elderly of St Helens.

Managed by St Helens GPs, this unique and innovative service delivers primary care on a home visiting basis to the most vulnerable in our community - over 65s who are in care or house-bound.

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We are developing our Patient Access system so that you not only have access to online appointments but you will also be able to access your repeat medication! This means you can just tick off what you need instead of having to remember spellings/strength etc and you can also see when it was last ordered and how much! You will need to register as a Patient Access user which you can do by clicking here or by coming to the surgery. We will run both systems together for a short time but will eventually cease to take repeat medication requests via the old method so register soon!

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Eldercare is managed by Aspect Health Ltd - Local GPs providing local healthcare.
2nd Floor, Orange Zone, St Helens Hospital, Marshalls Cross Road, St Helens, WA9 3DA / Telephone: 01744 621 858 / Fax: 01744 621869 /

(Site updated 05/04/2017)
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