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Glaucoma is a disease of the eye. This page gives you information on our Glaucoma Clinic in Garston, Liverpool.
Did you know that if you are a patient with Glaucoma you can now be seen in Garston at South Liverpool NHS Treatment Centre?
What we do
St. Paul’s Eye Unit holds Glaucoma Out-Patient Clinics in the South Liverpool NHS Treatment Centre as well as at the Royal Liverpool Hospital. The clinics are held by specialised teams from St. Paul’s Eye Unit.
If you would prefer to attend Garston for future appointments then please contact St. Paul’s Eye Unit on 0151 706 3222.
The new centre has been developed by Liverpool Primary Care Trust (PCT). It forms part of a vision for “A New Health Service for Liverpool”, which involves investing in local health facilities and making services available closer to people’s homes.
The centre already hosts a range of community clinics and specialised treatments including Ear Nose and Throat (ENT), Dermatology, Audiology and Gynaecology. The centre also accommodates local GP and Dental Practices.
Patients can also be referred from their GP for Physiotherapy, X-rays, Blood Testing and Ultrasound.
South Liverpool NHS Treatment Centre
Previously Sir Alfred Jones Memorial Hospital
32 Church Road,
Liverpool L19 2LW
0151 295 9000
- Rail – South Liverpool Parkway Station is a short walk away
- Buses – 80, 80A, 82, 86, 166, 188, 201, 266, 288
- There is free parking on site
- Accessible for patients with disabilities
The pharmacy is open Monday to Friday 8am – 9pm
Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays 9am – 5pm
We aim to see all patients as quickly as possible, however please bear in mind that waiting times will vary according to the number of patients booking in at any one time.