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Appointments
Routine appointments may now be booked on the day,  there are also some appointments available for the next day and up to 2 weeks in advance although if requested by your doctor you may book further in advance.  Emergency appointments are booked the same day. Reception is open from 8.00am Monday to Friday - Telephone 0121 465 5739

Out of Hours Call:

0121 465 5739 Our out of hours service is provided by NHS 111. When the surgery is closed, by ringing the surgery telephone number, you will asked to telephone NHS 111 this is a free telephone number.

Cancelling your Appointment
If you are unable to attend an appointment with one of the doctors or nurses, please telephone or use the link at the bottom of this page to cancel your appointment.

Sharing Data with the National Database

( NHS SPINE )

Do you want to share your medical information with the national database ?

Please find out more at the surgery with regards to this or pickup a leaflet from reception.

Health Promotion

baby_pointingWe encourage all our patients to share the responsibility for their health, both in preventing disease and in treating existing diseases. Prevention really is better than cure. Many serious diseases can be prevented by a healthy lifestyle and without the need for drugs.

Please feel free to discuss general health and ask for advice. Below are some of the ways you can help to live, not only a longer, but also a fitter and more enjoyable life.

Smoking
This is the single largest preventable cause of ill health in the country. It is a major cause of cancer, heart attacks, angina and chest disease. If you would like advice and help in giving up, please ask.

Diet
A healthy diet not only helps control weight, but also reduces cholesterol and helps prevent heart attacks. Ask the nurse for advice.

Exercise
Regular exercise helps prevent heart disease as well as reducing weight and making you feel better. If you are overweight or out of shape please ask for advice before starting vigorous exercise.

Blood Pressure
High blood pressure can in the long term increase risk of heart attacks and strokes. Reducing blood pressure can reduce these risks. Treatment does not always require tablets. All adults are advised to have their blood pressure checked at least every five years. If you have not had yours checked recently, please ask the nurse or doctor.

 
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