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Where we administer vaccines:

The vaccinations are being delivered in the now renovated "Hovis Loaf" on Lord Street Burscough.

With support from our partners the Hall has been renovated, and when this terrible pandemic has been beaten Burscough will gain a fantastic renovated community facility and Estrella School of Dance will have a home once again.

Address: 

Lathom and Burscough Old peoples Club. Lord street, Burscough. L40 4BZ

Parking:

There are 16 spaces in the next door British Legion who have kindly allowed use of their car park in this battle.

There are spaces in Burscough Wharf.

Please avoid parking in the Surgery Car Park as clinical staff may need to get out to visit patients and ambulance access is required.

This vaccination centre went live on 21st December we serve primarily patients registered at the following practices listed below in alphabetical order the practices are part of the Northern Parishes Primary Care Network

Burscough Family Practice, Lathom House Surgery, Parbold Surgery, Stanley Court Surgery, Tarleton Group Practice

The centre is supported by all the practices in the group with the aim of delivering the vaccine safely and fairly whilst making sure that practices can continue to serve the local population with minimal loss of key primary care staff at this critically busy time.

We are lucky to be supported by an army of professionals, volunteers, administrative and support staff who are working out of their regular hours to advise support and deliver the vaccination.

The centre has been commissioned and brought into being by the Northern Parishes Primary Care Network and West Lancashire Clinical Commissioning Group.

So far the practices involved in this scheme have not lost and capacity to see our regular patients who need us most at this time, our clinical and admin staff will offer the same services and continuity. This is thanks to the help we have received from our local network and importantly the local community who have been a vital cog in delivering this. 

 

Thanks to the 29th Ormskirk Scouts and local businesses for their timely help with shelter and food!

Without the help of the Burscough community this centre would not be possible.