The surgery closes at 6:30pm on Friday 28th May and reopens on Tuesday 1st June at 8am.
Here is a run-down of what services are available and how you can get health advice over the upcoming May Bank Holiday.
People who need urgent NHS care across Sefton are being asked to contact NHS 111 before going to a hospital accident and emergency department.
NHS 111 will direct people to the most appropriate health service which may include a walk-in centre, GP service, pharmacy, or hospital.
In a medical emergency, people should always call 999.
You can find a wealth of trusted advice about hundreds of health conditions and details of GPs, pharmacies in your local area by visiting www.nhs.uk. This useful website also includes a handy symptom checker.
You can also get the NHS App on the App Store or Google Play. The NHS App is the simple and secure way to access a range of NHS services on your smartphone and tablet.
Pharmacies can offer expert advice on a wide range of everyday health concerns. If you require a repeat prescription, remember to order it on time, to ensure you have the medication you need.
Some pharmacies will be open on the upcoming Bank Holiday Monday. You can find their telephone number by using the NHS choices website.
WALK IN CENTRES
Litherland Walk-in Centre is open 8am-8pm every day. All patients are being asked to call 0151 475 4667 where they will be given advice on the call and where necessary, an appointment will be allocated at the Centre.
The Urgent Treatment Centre in Ormskirk and the Walk-in Centre in Skelmersdale can treat minor injuries and minor ailments and are open 8am to 8pm each day.
To access a GP out of hours call NHS 111 or visit www.111.nhs.uk.
MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT
If you need to speak to someone over the bank holiday please call 0800 145 6570. This service from Mersey Care provides access to urgent mental health support, including for those in crisis 24/7.
EMERGENCY DENTAL TREATMENT
For emergency treatment when your dentist is closed, call 0161 476 9651.