Miriam Medical Centre located at Birkenhead Medical Bldg, 31 Laird St, Birkenhead CH41 8DB, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 652 6077

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Stella Egan

5 Google Rating

Always been satisfied with treatment whenever my family or I have needed to use this centre. Usually

5/ 5

Always been satisfied with treatment whenever my family or I have needed to use this centre. Usually seen very quickly by caring people. A really beneficial place for people to go to when in need of help & reassurance, & right on our doorstep! Would strongly resist any attempt to close or reduce this centre.

Jill Van Spankeren

5 Google Rating

They're always really helpful on reception. The chemist attached to the surgery is really useful as

5/ 5

They're always really helpful on reception. The chemist attached to the surgery is really useful as well.

Goose1535

1 Google Rating

Rude receptionists who lie to you over the phone and make it difficult to get appointments. Even aft

1/ 5

Rude receptionists who lie to you over the phone and make it difficult to get appointments. Even after being told by arrowe park to see my baby receptionists were moody and snotty with my mrs. Joke of a surgery that has the cheek to ask for help stopping it being shut down.

Baz Collins

5 Google Rating

Exemplary healthcare, and feedback from NP Katrina at a time when I was very worried and suffering p

5/ 5

Exemplary healthcare, and feedback from NP Katrina at a time when I was very worried and suffering pain. Attended the centre when I could not get a gp appointment, and a&e at the local hospital was standing room only. I was surprised at the speed at which I was seen after presenting at reception, and as mentioned above, the care I received was exceptional. The staff were personable, friendly and professional, from the receptionists to the health professionals. Cannot recommend The Miriam highly enough. An invaluable service to the ailing and vulnerable in our community, and to deprive us of this would be nothing short of politically motivated criminality. Five Stars, all day long.

James Davies

1 Google Rating

Although the website states 8pm closing & last patient checked in by 7:30.pm. We arrived at 7:16 pm

1/ 5

Although the website states 8pm closing & last patient checked in by 7:30.pm. We arrived at 7:16 pm to be turned away by receptionist as they won't see anyone after 7:15pm!!!! Great patient care from a walk in centre under threat of closure. Hardly surprising if our experience is anything to go by. Disgraceful.

Robert Pritchard

5 Google Rating

Wow what an amazing experience truly. My wife and I visited for our booster jab. Security in carpark

5/ 5

Wow what an amazing experience truly. My wife and I visited for our booster jab. Security in carpark showed us to a spare bay which was hiding in the corner. A second Security guy on the front door informed us what to do inside and where to go. Excellent staff at reception and the nurses were very helpful and informative. There are lots of people going through this process and some are wary about a variety of things. I cannot praise this practice enough for the way we were treated. Thank you....

Steve Ritchie

5 Google Rating

Friendly staff well informed. Very efficient. A big well done to all the staff who work there. 👍

5/ 5

Friendly staff well informed. Very efficient. A big well done to all the staff who work there. 👍

janet warwick

5 Google Rating

Just been for my booster jab. Walk in , no problems, very professional. Nice people, they do all the

5/ 5

Just been for my booster jab. Walk in , no problems, very professional. Nice people, they do all they can to keep us safe.

Wendy Parry

5 Google Rating

Just received my booster jab here . I was so impressed with the organisation of this procedure at Mi

5/ 5

Just received my booster jab here . I was so impressed with the organisation of this procedure at Miriam . All the staff from the Security to the Nurses were superb . I felt well looked after . Thank you to everyone !.

Chris Webb

1 Google Rating

I was in here few days ago for mY BOOSTER jab I was not impressed at all with the hygiene I didn’t

1/ 5

I was in here few days ago for mY BOOSTER jab I was not impressed at all with the hygiene I didn’t see any chairs getting cleaned after everyone patient left sitting down. Plus the fella on the door with his clipboard was reading out the wrong numbers and told patients he normally wears glasses 🤓 well wear them and get it right. Plus when I went up stairs to wait in a narrow corridor to be seen every room was open no privacy for anyone can hear everything not good at all… Plus there was no 1 way in 1 way out most people were using the fire exit crazy…

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  • Monday08:00 - 20:00
  • Tuesday08:00 - 18:30
  • Wednesday08:00 - 20:00
  • Thursday08:00 - 18:30
  • Friday08:00 - 18:30

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