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Slater Street Surgery (Head Office)Tel: 0121 5212100
Cordley Street Surgery (Branch Site)Tel: 0121 5242520
Yew Tree Surgery (BRANCH SITE)Tel: 01922 422290
General Practitioners (GPs)
Our Advanced Nurse Practitioners are nurses who have undertaken further training in specialist fields at advanced levels in health assessments and acute illnesses. They assess, diagnose and treat a range of conditions with medication prescribing and referring into secondary care.
The practice nurses are available by appointment and are responsible for running nurse led clinics to include vaccinations, dressings, cytology, ear syringing and chronic illness clinic support.
PCCF Administration Manager
Khawer works across Slater Street and Yew Tree Surgery
Mohammed works at Yew Tree Surgery and Cordley Street.
The midwifery team are available for expectant mothers to discuss all aspects of care during pregnancy, both at the surgery and at home. Postnatal care is undertaken at the surgery by appointment only.
District Nursing services are available for individuals with both long and short-term nursing needs. The community nursing team consists of:
All of these professionals work together to provide skilled nursing care to individuals in the community. In addition they work alongside other local community healthcare professionals and those within secondary care. In addition to providing skilled nursing services, they offer and promote health care advice and education and the enjoyment of independence and optimum health. Although the community nursing team do not offer personal care they can assess and refer for the most appropriate care either in the home or residential care, respite or nursing homes. The community nursing services are available 24 hours per day, 7 days a week for patients requiring their services. You can contact them on message taking: 0121 507 2664
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