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 We will be closed on Monday 25th & Tuesday 26th of December for the Christmas Holidays and also Monday 1st January. Please order your Repeat Prescriptions early.

In EMERGENCY ONLY contact 999 or alternatively if you require URGENT medical assistance which cannot wait until the Practice has reopened telephone 111 the NHS Advice Line or visit the Walk in Centre (no appointment required) situated on Katie Road B29 6JG,  which is open 8.00am - 8.00pm daily throughout the holiday period.

**  Appointments for both Adult and Childrens Flu Vaccinations are available now  ** Please book if you are 65 or over before 1st April 2018 or suffer from any of the following chronic diseases COPD, Heart disease, Stroke, Diabetes or are immunosuppressant. ** Childrens flu's are a nasal vaccine this is for 2,3 and 4yr olds (born between 1st September 2013-31st August 2015)

** Great News..... we have been upgraded by CQC - We now have a GOOD rating! ** 

When We Are Closed

If you have a problem which needs attention before the Practice is open contact the Practice via telephone and follow the instructions provided in the answer machine message.

Alternatively telephone 111, the NHS emergency service, your call will be answered by a call handler who will record your details and arrange for an appropriate clinician to call you back. Please note that when contacting this service, your telephone conversation will be recorded.

There is also a Walk in Centre situated at 15 Katie Road, Selly Oak, B29 6JG for URGENT problems only, open from 8am-8pm daily,  no appointment is necessary contact number 0121 415 2095

You can also access additional information about the NHS 111 service online at www.nhs.uk/111

Out-of-hours services are generally busy so please think carefully before asking to see a doctor and only do so if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.

In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.  

 
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