Why should you have both flu and Covid-19 booster vaccines?

This Autumn / Winter both the flu and Covid-19 booster vaccinations are a crucial part to protecting lives, livelihoods and our NHS

Both flu and Covid-19 can be life threatening for some people as well as spread more easily during the winter period. Research highlights how viruses like flu and Covid-19 can develop into more serious illnesses resulting in needing hospital admission. Both vaccines will help reduce the number of people becoming ill as well as protect those most at risk from the worst outcomes. Being vaccinated will also help protect your family, friends and the wider community.

Many patients who are eligible for a Covid-19 booster will also be eligible for a FREE flu jab. Government guidelines were recently extended for Covid-19 booster vaccinations to offer those aged 40 and over a booster vaccination.

It is safe for both vaccines to be administered at the same time if this option is offered to you.

Who is eligible for a FREE flu jab?

Where can you receive flu and Covid-19 booster vaccinations?

Flu vaccines are available for those eligible via your GP surgery as well as local pharmacies or through your midwifery service if you are pregnant.

Covid-19 boosters will be offered to those eligible after 6 months from your 2nd dose. Booster vaccines are available to book online at a vaccination centre or pharmacy, at a walk-in vaccination site or via your own GP’s vaccination site. For Moreton and Meols PCN patients will be invited to our PCN vaccination site at Moreton Cross Group Practice. 

Our PCN vaccination team are currently contacting those who are 6 months from their 2nd dose to invite for a Covid-19 booster vaccination.

For further information and advice about the flu vaccination please click here

For advice and information about the Covid-19 vaccination click here  and for information about Covid-19 booster vaccinations click here

Watch the video below to see the Director of Pharmacy and Medicine Optimisation from Wirral University Teaching Hospital explain the importance of vaccinations this winter

Face coverings are still compulsory in Healthcare Environments

NHS England has confirmed that following the PMs announcement that face coverings and social distancing will still be required in Healthcare Facilities.
The Safety of both our staff and patients is of paramount importance and face coverings should be warm by patients in a practice setting. We expect that all patients who are able to do so will follow these recommendations to protect our vulnerable patients and staff.

Walk in Vaccination Appointments Saturday 17th June!

Moreton and Meols PCN are offering a walk in COVID 19 vaccination service Saturday 19th June 9am -1pm, at Moreton Cross Group Practice, Pasture Road, Moreton.
This is for 1st dose Pfizer vaccinations. Anyone who receives a vaccine on the day will be contacted a later date to be offered an appointment for their second dose at the same site.
Anybody over the age of 18 and is registered with a GP surgery in the UK.
Do I need to bring anything?
You don’t need to take anything with you but will be asked to confirm your name; date of birth and address.
If you know you NHS number, that’s a bonus – to find your NHS number please click the link below:…/online-services/find-nhs-number/
Please be aware of the following:
• Vaccines will be given on a first come, first served basis
• The clinic might end early if all vaccines have been administered.

Keep A&E free for emergencies

Walk in and bookable attendance slots are now available at Victoria Central Health Centre, Eastham Clinic, Miriam Minor Injuries and Illness Service and Arrowe Park Treatment Centre.

To book attendance slots at VCH, Eastham or UTC, please call NHS 111 or visit 111 online 

Everybody is Welcome in General Practice

Everyone is welcome in general practice. You do not need proof of ID, address, immigration status or an NHS number in order to receive care or see a GP.

For more information on how to register click here.


Our Social Prescribing Team has expanded

Moreton and Meols PCN has welcomed three new Social Prescribing Link Workers April 2021. Gareth, Karla and Emma will be working across our five practices offering support to patients who need support in the social side of health. For more information on their services click here


COVID 19 Safety Netting Leaflet

Please click on the link below to read important infomation to keep you safe whilst isolating at home:


C0719_COVID Isolating at Home Safety Netting Leaflet Revised FINAL 171220

COVID 19 Vaccination Update- you will be contacted when you are eligible.

We are running COVID 19 Vaccination clinics as a PCN from Moreton Cross Group Practice. You will be contacted personally by your GP surgery when you are eligible for your vaccination. Please refrain from calling reception during this time. Thank you for your ongoing support!