Health and Wellbeing


At Aintree PCN, our Health and Wellbeing Coaches are available to offer support and guidance on a range of issues regarding your physical and mental health. 

What is a Health & Wellbeing Coach?

Who can access the service?

Anyone over the age of 16 years who is registered at one of the GP surgeries listed below can access the service.  You can self-refer by contacting reception or by completing an e-consult or you can be referred by your GP or a member of the Health Care Team.  

How can I book an appointment?

To self-refer, please contact the surgery directly via telephone on the numbers below.  Please note phone lines are less busy during the afternoon.  Health & Wellbeing Coaches are available on the days listed next to the GP surgeries.

Aintree Park Group Practice

0151 295 8350

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday

Long Lane Medical Centre

0151 476 2460

Monday and Friday

Poulter Road Medical Centre

0151 525 5792


Westmoreland Medical Centre

0151 317 6285

Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday


What is a healthy lifestyle?

Good health is about the absence of disease and illness and a healthy lifestyle means practicing daily activities and habits to encourage physical, mental, and spiritual wellbeing.   Daily activities and habits should be centred around the foods you eat, the way you move, how well you sleep and how much you relax.  Our bodies are machines that require regular nutrients, hydration, and rest, to run efficiently.  Without this balance your health and wellbeing will suffer.    

Our lifestyle effects our health and should be treated with a holistic approach balancing our food, movement, sleep, and relaxation.  Small changes to our daily lives can help keep us in a balanced state and prevent further illness.  Our lifestyle is simply about what we do and our way of living, and our health and wellbeing is about being and feeling healthy and happy with the absence of disease.


Healthy Lifestyle Tips


“If you really want to do something you will find a way, if you don’t, you’ll find an excuse.” – Jim Rohn