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Patient Participation Group

The PPG is a patient-run group that meets every two months to discuss patient services, practice suggestions, promote health education and participate in fundraisers. The main objective of the PPG is to enhance communication between the patient population and Warley Medical Centre doctors and staff. 

Click here to read more about the PPG, or register your interest by completing a form at reception.

The next scheduled meeting is on Monday 4th March at 6pm. Any patients are welcome to attend.


SMS Text Reminder Service

We are starting a SMS text message service for patient appointment reminders and health information. 

Please make sure we have your correct mobile telephone number, this can be updated at reception.

Text messages are free to receive, replies are charged at operator rate. 


Extended Hours Appointments at our Community GP Hub

We offer extended hours evening and weekend appointments at the new Black Country Community GP Hub, which is based at Portway Family Practice.

The Hub is a collaboration between 10 local GP practices to offer more access to pre-bookable GP and Nurse appointments to all patients across the area.

Appointments are available to book during the following times:

Monday - Friday - 18:30 - 20:00
Saturday - 09:00 - 12:00
Sunday - 09:00 - 11:00

Appointments can be booked by speaking to staff here at Warley Medical Centre via telephone or at reception during our normal opening hours.

Portway Family Practice can be contacted during the above hours on 0121 612 3429.


The NHS Friends and Family Test

How likely are you to recommend our GP practice to friends and family?

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our patients and visitors who have completed a Friends and Family feedback card this month.

Latest Results:

January 2019
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A full history of results can be found here.

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