Welcome to Kings Lane Medical Practice website. Kings Lane is a long established general medical practice, mainly covering Bebington residents but we have patients registered in the surrounding areas too.
We are an innovative, organised and fully computerised surgery. The practice is frequently involved in pilot projects and is also a member of a local Primary Care Network, working with other local practices to deliver services such as Phlebotomy, Telederm and Tele-ECG projects. We have always strived to give excellent medical care and aim to continue to do this in the future embracing new technologies to support patient care and treatment.
We hope the information contained within this website helps you, However, If you require further information please do not hesitate to contact us.
The practice is promoting the use of econsult to contact us for advice or support. Please see a short video showing how it can be used below..
Flu Season 2018/19 - Should you book a flu jab today?
15th August 2018
Flu season is almost upon us yet again, that's come around far too quickly!
Anyway, if you are eligible for a FREE flu vaccine then please contact the practice to book an appointment. Flu clinics will be running here from Mid-September.
Patients eligible for Free vaccine include
- all children aged two to nine (but not ten years or older) on 31 August 2018 (Children aged two and three will be vaccinated in practice, other ages will be vaccinated in schools)
- those aged six months to under 65 years in clinical risk groups
- pregnant women
- those aged 65 years and over
- those in long-stay residential care homes
- carers of patients with an at risk condition
Other patients not in these groups may be able to purchase the vaccine from a local pharmacy
Wirral measles outbreak prompts Summer MMR call
17th July 2018
- Cases of measles in Wirral continue to rise
- Unimmunised children and young adults are at risk, particularly if travelling to parts of Europe where there are large ongoing measles outbreaks, or to other countries where measles vaccination coverage is low and measles is endemic
- Teenagers and young adults should also be fully vaccinated before travelling and attending festivals and other summer events
Measles is a highly infectious viral illness, so anyone with symptoms is also being advised to stay at home and phone their GP or NHS 111 for advice, rather than visiting the surgery or A&E, to prevent the illness spreading further. It is possible for anyone at any age to get measles and the illness can be more severe in teenagers and adults than in young children.
As the summer months bring increased travel and public gatherings, Public Health England is warning that the figure could rise even further and are working with Wirral Council and the NHS to make sure anyone who needs an MMR vaccine is aware.
Check your child’s Red Book to see if they’ve received two MMR vaccinations
as scheduled, or check with your GP surgery if you’re unsure. Your GP surgery
can arrange for vaccination if needed
Practice Opening Times
|Monday||8:00 - 18:30|
|Tuesday||8:00 - 18:30|
|Wednesday||8:00 - 18:30|
|Thursday||8:00 - 18:30|
|Friday||8:00 - 18:30|
|Phone Lines (Mon-Fri)||8:00 - 18:30|
Higher Bebington Health Centre,
25 Brackenwood Road,
Bebington, Wirral, CH63 2LR
Phone: 0151 608 4347