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"An outstanding training practice"
University of Birmingham December 2010

Change to Surgery Opening Hours

From the 1st April 2019 our opening hours at Chapel House Surgery will change; the surgery will close at 1.00 pm on Fridays. We have increased GP appointments on Wednesdays to ensure that we continue to offer the same number of appointments to our patients with a GP at Chapel House Surgery across the week.

The reason for our decision is due to the difficulties we have faced with recruiting a GP to work on a Friday.

Wychbury Medical Centre and Cradley Road Medical Practice will remain open until 6.30pm.

We welcome your feedback either by email or by phoning Sarah Reid 01384 322310.

We continue to offer extended hours appointments from 7.00 am up to 8.00 pm across the week at Wychbury Medical Centre and Cradley Road Medical Practice.

 Dr Hyne and Partners

Chapel House Surgery


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Known issue with Patient Access Appointment booking:

Patient Access support are aware that there is an issue when selecting "Any Branch" when trying to book appointments, the web page will crash and force the user to restart the log-in process.

Please choose the branch you would rather be seen at when selecting appointments and you should be able to select an appointment without issue.

Please be aware that this issue does not seem to be affecting the Patient Access App.

This will hopefully be resolved in due course.

Kind Regards - Wychbury Medical Group


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.

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.

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.



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