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"An outstanding training practice"
University of Birmingham December 2010


We are currently recruiting for a Band 5 Practice Nurse, please see our Vacancies page: Click Here

Dr Hyne is unable to work over the next few months following an accident. We wanted to make patients aware and are making arrangements to cover her regular sessions. We wish Dr Hyne a speedy recovery.

Patient Notification:

Please be aware that all surgeries will be closed between 12 - 2pm on Tuesday 29th January and Thursday 31st January for staff training. The telephone lines will remain open.

Thank you for your patience during this time.

Extended Access Scheme (updated for 2018/19)

In the Stourbridge, Wollescote and Lye area practices are working in partnership to provide additional GP appointments. If you need access to an evening or weekend non-urgent appointment, please call and speak to the receptionist at your registered practice during normal opening hours. 

Your appointment may be with another practice in the area and may not be at your registered practice.

Influenza Vaccinations 2018/19:

As Flu season starts you may notice our promotional posters advising who is eligible for the flu vaccination. It is suggested that anyone over the age of 65 or patients with a long term condition should be vaccinated; it is also advised that children receive their free flu vaccination as well.


There are two types of vaccine this year; Adjuvanted (aTIV) specifically for age 65 and over, and Quadrivalent (QIV) for anyone under the age of 65 who is eligible.


We have been informed we must prioritise those aged 75 years and over and those aged 65-74 years with an underlying health condition at the start of the flu season.


Once these groups have been covered, all the other 65-74 year olds will be called as further deliveries of aTIV arrive.


Flu usually starts from December onwards; therefore, people vaccinated in November or before should benefit from the vaccination protection.


We will be holding Saturday clinics for those who are unable to attend during normal surgery hours, as well as evening clinics.

If you are unsure if you are eligible to have a vaccination please ask at reception as they can advise you.


Pharmacy First:

Did you know that most minor ailments can be treated at your local pharmacy without the need to see your GP first.

Please click the link for full details

Please note that you will need your NHS number to give to the pharmacy.

Wychbury Patient Participation Group and Wychbury Medical Group

Next PPG Meeting

The Next Meeting of the Patients Participation Group (PPG), will be at 6:45pm on the 25th June at 6:45 at the Wychbury Medical Centre, 121 Oakfield Road, Stourbridge, DY9 (DS

Gardening for Health event report:

Click here to see the report



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