All initial Doctors consultations are by telephone, your GP will invite you for a face-to-face consultation if needed.
If you need to see a nurse or healthcare assistant please call reception the usual way.
You can have a same day appointment if appointments are available or if your problem cannot wait until the next day.
Evening and weekend appointments are now available via myhealthcare.
You can now book an appointment to see a GP, nurse or other healthcare professional in the evening or at the weekend; speak to your practice receptionist or a member of the practice team to find out more.
We only visit housebound patients because the range of clinical facilities is better at the surgery and it allows us to provide you and your family a better service.
If possible please try to telephone reception before 11:00 if you require a home visit.
If you feel that you cannot get to the surgery, please call and ask to speak to a Doctor; please be prepared to give brief details of the problem and a contact number. A doctor will phone you back.
Training And Teaching
We are committed to training Doctors of the future and have strong links with the University of Birmingham Medical School and the GP training unit.
We have a number of Doctors in training.
These Doctors will be fully qualified and will be gaining experience in General Practice before pursuing a career as a G.P. He/she will be involved in all aspects of work at the Surgery and may offer special expertise.
The Practice has also been chosen by Birmingham University to help it teach medical students.
You may be asked to see them for teaching purposes, but this will only take place with your approval and the strict supervision of one of the GP Partners.