Clinics and Services

inhaler2.jpgAsthma Clinic

Regular Asthma Clinics are held to enable us to monitor the condition and treatment of asthmatic patients. Appointments for this clinic are made via reception in the usual way, either by telephone - 465 2950 - or in person.

heart.jpgBlood Pressure and Heart Disease Clinic

Blood Pressure and heart disease checks can be booked with the Practice Nurse. Appointments for these clinics are made via reception in the usual way, either by telephone - 465 2950 - or in person.

Child Health

An immunisation and child development clinic is held on Tuesday afternoon with the practice nurses and a GP. Appointment for this are usually sent from the surgery but appointments can be made via reception in the normal way if checks or immunisations are due.



Advice on all methods is available; please make a normal appointment.


diabetes.jpgDiabetic Clinic

Diabetic Clinics are held at least weekly to enable us to monitor the condition and treatment of diabetic patients. Appointments for this clinic can be made via reception in the usual way, either by telephone - 465 2950 - or in person.


876194.jpgMaternity Services

We hold an antenatal clinic on Monday and Wednesday afternoons where you will see a midwife. Please let us know when you come home from hospital, as it can take several days for information to come to us from the hospital.

The practice offers maternity services and has attached midwifes from Good Hope Hospital. Patients are required to book their initial appointment with a GP for signposting to appropriate care.


Minor Operations

Some minor operations and joint injections can be carried out in the surgery. Your Doctor will decide if this is possible and will make arrangements for this to be done.


Smear Tests

We are involved in the Birmingham Health Authority recall scheme; this aims to call every eligible woman for a smear test. Smear tests can be done at various different times through the week by the doctors and nurses who have undergone specific training for this. Appointments can be made via reception in the normal way stating that it is for a smear test so that the appropriate appointment is made. 

The Shared Service Authority computer will normally send out the result to you, or you can contact the surgery, the results usually take 2 to 3 weeks.

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Smoking Advice

Help with stop smoking can be obtained by phoning 0800 052 5855.

Health Walks 

Come along to our FREE Volunteer- led Health walk!


Join us for this special health walk where you can talk in confidence about your well being and make some new friends, or just come along to get some lovely fresh air and exercise!

Walking improves longevity and reduces the risk of cancer, heart disease and other deadly diseases.

  • Being outside increases your Vitamin D levels – these play a vital part in your immune system and mental well being.
  • Walking in a group is a fun way of getting your dose of fresh air and exercise!
  • Make new friends
  • Have an opportunity to talk in confidence about mental health & well being

Please don’t be afraid to come along on your own – we are a friendly bunch. Bring a friend/colleague/family member for support if you like.






Our HUB practice now offers a video GP service – LIVI – to all our patients.

To access the service, simply download LIVI from the App store (iphone) or Google Play (Android), and sign up.

You can get medical advice, prescriptions and referrals by video, with appointments available on the same day, even at weekends.

Get the LIVI app here: 

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