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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


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.

Consent to Treatment

Consent Policy

Where possible, a clinician must be satisfied that a patient understands and concents to a proposed treatment, immunisation or investigation.

The clinician must also ensure that other possible treatment options, including the risks and benefits of each, have been explained to the patient before the patient makes their decision to consent.

We want all our patients to be able to make valid consent decisions about the care they will receive from us.  There are two types of consent for treatment:

Implied Consent

Implied consent will be assumed for many routine physical contacts. Where implied consent is to be assumed by the clinician, the following will apply:

An explanation will be given to you what Doctor, Nurse or Healthcare Assistant  is about to do, and why.

The explanation must be sufficient for you to understand the procedure.

In all cases where the patient is under 18 years of age, a verbal confirmation of consent will be obtained and entered into the medical record.

Where there is a significant risk to the patient an 'Expressed Consent' will be obtained in all cases.

Expressed Consent

Expressed consent (written or verbal) will be obtained for any procedure which carries a risk that you are likely to consider as being substantial.

A note will be made in your medical record detailing the discussion about the consent and the risks.

A Consent Form  may be used for the patient to express concent.

 22 September 2015

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