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Newport Medical CentreTel: 0121 449 1327
Sparkbrook Health & Community CentreTel: 0121 411 0354
Stoney Lane SurgeryTel: 0121 449 9685
Our appointment system was designed for our patients to have an easy access to our quality services. We offer a range of appointments Online, on the day bookings and also advance bookings.
We offer same day access appointments for children under 6 and adults emergencies. Please call at 8am to be booked in to see an appropriate clinician on the same day.
Practice nurses are highly qualified and trained in the chronic disease management and they are available on all weekdays.
We also offer telephone triage
Please speak to reception who will be able to accommodate a suitable time for your telephone consultation with our healthcare professionals.
Ideally, patient should be seen at the practice where facilities, equipment and full medical records are readily available. Home visits are only available for patients who truly need this service. Home visit requests should be made before 10.30 and 4.30. Up to date contact details need to be provided.
Please make sure you cancel you appointment if you are unable to attend. The appointments that are missed can delay a patients access to urgent medical attention.
Dr B Ahmed
Dr S Dubey
Dr Nazish Murtaza
Ms Amy Innes
Mrs Shirley Walker
Miss Anita Mehta
Specialises in Diabetes care, Asthma, Travel & Childhood Immunisations, she is available by appointment during surgery hours for Dressings, Injections, Cervical Smears, HRT, CHD, Family planning and Emergency Contraception.
Mrs Hallima Kauser, Mrs Shazia Akhtar
Mrs Shazia Akhtar
Miss Sameena Naz
Zarqa, Syed, Salma
Other Healthcare Professionals
Community Health Visitors - will visit children aged 0-5 years at home.
District Nurse Team - available to visit all housebound patients.
The practice runs a Circumcision Clinic for further information please contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org or directly on the circumcision line 0121 449 7070
The surgery has access for disabled patients as we have a ramp outside, and we also have appropriate toilet facilities too. We now also have a Loop system in place.
Please ask reception for further assistance upon arrival.
Outside of normal surgery hours emergency cover is provided by our out of hours service. The 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. Please call Badger OOH on 0300 555 9999.
In a genuine emergency you should call 999.
Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.
You can still check your symptoms on NHS Choices Link: https://www.nhs.uk
For general medical advice please call the NHS 111 service free of charge from any phone.