Warrington is now a ‘very high risk’ local COVID alert level area (tier 3)
Find out more about what this means and the restrictions in place, visit our coronavirus webpages for more information.
There are several partner health services the council works with that can:
Give support around a particular health need
Refer you to a specialist service
The Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is responsible for commissioning health services for the local community. Led by the 26 GP practices in Warrington who are in charge of NHS decision making locally, the CCG commissions and is responsible for NHS services used by Warrington residents. Visit warringtonccg.nhs.uk for more information
Provides a range of health services, such as district nursing and speech and language. Bridgewater also deliver several services for 0-19 year olds on behalf of the council's public health service. Call 01925 867701 or visit Bridgewater NHS trust.
A specialist NHS trust that provide treatment, support and guidance for people affected by mental health issues and learning disabilities The trust also offers advice and support to professionals, carers and families. Call 01925 664000 or visit North West Boroughs NHS website.
Healthwatch Warrington works to ensure that local people’s views help shape health and social care services in Warrington, so that they meet everyone’s needs. They bring public engagement, consultation and complaint advocacy services together as part of a single organisation and also provide evidence-based feedback to help improve local health and social care services.
Call 01925 246893 or visit healthwatchwarrington.co.uk
You can call NHS 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergency. NHS 111 is a fast and easy way to get the right help, whatever the time. NHS 111 is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Calls are free from landlines and mobile phones.. Visit warringtonccg.nhs.uk/out-of-hours-service for more information.