All Saints Medical Centre

2a Vicarage Road, Kings Heath, Birmingham, B14 7RA | Tel: 0121 444 2005

LATEST NEWS:

Stratford House Surgery will hold it’s PPG meeting on Thursday 20th April 2017 at 13:30 pm . read more
The next south PPG meeting will be at Broadmeadow Health Centre on Tuesday 8th August 2017.   read more
The next North PPG meeting will be held on 9th November at Eaton wood at 6:45pm. read more
Our Carer resources are now available via the 'Carer Support' page. If you are a carer please visit the surgery and notify our reception team. You ... read more
MMP have been working very closely with Cancer UK. Please look through our resources available via the Patient Resources section. read more

Practice Information

Welcome to All Saints Medical Centre. Midlands Medical Partnership (MMP) was formed in 2009, our group of 12 surgeries across Birmingham provides services to 70,000 patients.  Our unique single joined up clinical system allows MMP patients to access any one of our sites.

Surgery boundaries

MMP covers the majority of the addresses within these postcodes.

B14, B13 and B30

Registration

We are pleased to welcome new patients to the surgery. If you wish to register with us you will be required to complete a registration form and questionnaire which is available from our reception team. You will be asked to provide us with your NHS number which will be available from your previous GP Practice.  A form of identification when you register is preferable.  If you are unable to provide this please speak to the surgery Team Leader who will assist.  All new patients are offered a new patient health check with a member of our Nursing Team.

Out of area

You may be able register at the discretion of the GP partners, please be aware we will not be able to provide the home visiting service outside of the practice boundary.

Appointments

All MMP surgeries offer pre-bookable and same day face to face consultations with a health care professional.  Telephone appointments with a clinician are also available.

Home visit requests are taken at all sites for house bound patients only, a clinician may contact the patient prior to visit to determine the nature of the illness

A doctor is assigned daily for any urgent care issues, the designated doctor will make an assessment and decide the appropriate course of action

We offer a full range of appointments with other clinical staff who may be best suited to deal with your problem

If you require an interpreter please make the reception team aware of your requirements at the time of making the booking.

If you are unable to attend your scheduled appointment please contact the surgery immediately  so that your appointment can be re-allocated.

Out of hours

If you require medical treatment when the surgery is closed, please telephone 0300 555 9999. Your call will automatically be diverted to our out of hour’s service.  Out of hours calls will be dealt with by Birmingham & District GP Emergency room (BADGER), a cooperative of local general practitioners. The practice retains overall 24 hour responsibility for the care of its registered patients. Out of hours care is commissioned by MMP.

Prescriptions

Requests can be made on-line or in person at reception.  House bound patients only can request prescriptions over the telephone.  Electronic prescriptions are available please speak to a member of our reception team to nominate a pharmacy of your choice.

For repeat prescription requests please allow at least 3 working days (speak to a member of the surgery team for more information).

General Enquiries

For general enquiries please call contact your local surgery

Test Results

Results take around 7-10 days to arrive at the surgery. Please call the surgery after 11am to find out results.

Complaints and Suggestions

If you have cause to make a complaint or a suggestion please speak to your local surgery team leader who will be able to assist you.  Complaint leaflets are available from the reception  team

Access to medical records

As of 1st April 2016  patients are now able to request detailed record access . For more information please ask a surgery team member.

To view an either electronic version of the Practice Leaflet, please select the documents below

Practice Leaflet

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Easy Read Version

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GP Partners

Dr Sunando Ghosh | Executive Partner
Dr Barry Miller | GP Partner
Dr Abha Ojha | GP Partner

Our Surgery Staff

Sarah Schneider | Practice Nurse
Natalie Court | Practice Nurse

Team Leader

Deborah Thornton | Team Leader

Contact Information

Telephone: 0121 444 2005
Fax: 0121 441 4331

There is a limited amount of car parking space at the rear of the community building. We ask that patients park sensibly and considerably when using the car park and not to leave vehicles there any longer than necessary. All vehicles are parked at owners risk and the landlords (All Saints Community Development Company) have a company who will fine car owners if vehicles are parked incorrectly.

A number of buses stop in the vinicity of All Saints Medical Centre, these include 11, 35 and 50.

NHS Direct – 111 or www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk

Badger – 0300 555 7575

Good Hope and Heartlands Hospitals – 0121 424 2000

City Hospital and Sandwell Hospitals – 0121 554 3801

Queen Elizabeth Hospital– 0121 627 2000

Birmingham Children’s Hospital – 0121 333 9999

Social Care Team– 024 7678 8555

Women’s Aid– 0808 800 0028

Safeguarding Adults– 0121 303 1234 (option 1)

Barnardo’s– 0121 359 5333

NCPCC– 0808 800 5000

Childline– 0800 1111

National Domestic Violence Helpline– 0808 2000 247

Birmingham Carers Hub– 0844 225 0680

Nearest Walk in Centre— Katie Road Walk in Centre

15 Katie Road

Selly Oak

Birmingham

B29 6JG

8am– 10pm

Tel– 0121 415 2095