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Welcome to Warley Medical Centre Online


Last Updated: 30/07/2020

FACE COVERING: If you are due to attend an appointment, please ensure you wear a face mask or covering (such as a scarf or bandana) or you may not be allowed into the surgery building.

SOCIAL DISTANCING: If you are due to attend an appointment, please do not arrive more than 5 minutes before your appointment time. We are limiting access to the building to ensure patients can keep at a safe distance from each other.

GP APPOINTMENTS: We are still operating a Telephone First triage system until further notice - this means our GPs will consult with you over the telephone - please contact us during normal opening hours to arrange this.

OTHER APPOINTMENTS: Most nurse appointments, including smear tests, B12 injections, baby immunisation clinics, midwife clinics and anticoagulant clinics are going ahead as normal.

REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS: For any orders please include a nominated pharmacy as this allows us to send your prescription electronically so you can collect it directly from the pharmacy. Please order by logging into Online Services or email us where possible, or alternatively you put an order slip into the black post box outside our front doors. Please note we do not accept requests over the telephone. Normal processing times apply (72 hours).

COVID-19 SYMPTOMS: If you or someone in your household has coronavirus symptoms, you must self-isolate for 10 days. Please click this link for instructions. You may contact us for a GP telephone consultation or call 111 during out of hours for medical advice.

COVID-19 TESTING: If you have coronavirus symptoms and would like to be tested, please click this link and follow the instructions, or call 119.

COVID-19 SICK NOTES: Self-isolation notes can be obtained directly from the NHS via this link.

Please do not attend surgery or any other medical establishments if you have any flu-like symptoms.

Thank you.

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The doctors and staff at Warley Medical Centre in Oldbury are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-SNV30054centred healthcare.  We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and well-person check-ups.

In addition to everything you need to know about the practice you will also find a wealth of health-related information in the menu on the right hand side. Please have a look around and do send us some feedback if you like.

Health promotion

The practice will offer patients advice and information on steps they can take to promote their health and avoid illness. Self-help advice in minor illnesses will be given so that patients may take steps to treat themselves without reference to a doctor or nurse.

Research Activity

The practice is recognised as being "Research Ready" and undertakes studies approved by the Primary Care Research Network and Royal College of General Practitioners.  We do not currently take part in any clinical trials / drug trials.

Disabled Patients

The surgery has ramps at all entrances and an automatic opening front door for wheelchair access. There is a lower counter at reception for wheelchair users and there are disabled access toilet facilities. There is a lift to the second floor for use by patients who have difficulty with stairs. A loop system for the hearing impaired is installed at reception.

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Data Protection Information

Please find leaflets below for information on the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Data Protection Act 2018.

Data Protection Privacy Notice for Patients

How We Use Your Information

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