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Flu Vaccination Drop In Clinic

We are holding another drop in clinic for the flu jab on Wednesday 29th January, between 4pm and 7pm, at Cradley Road Surgery.

Any eligible patients can drop in and get their vaccination without an appointment on this day.

Catch it. Bin it. Kill it.

The flu virus can live for many hours on hard surfaces and therefore practicing good hand hygiene can limit the spread of germs and transmission of flu. People are advised to catch coughs and sneezes in a tissue, bin it, and then wash their hands afterwards to kill the germs. Practicing good hand hygiene and eligible people receiving the flu vaccine is the best defence against the virus.

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Self Care Week 18-24th November 2019

A helpful guide on how long you can expect the symptoms of cough, colds, sore throat and nasal congestion to last, what you can do to get better and the warning signs to look out for which mean you may need to seek professional help.

The leaflet also explains that antibiotics are not an effective treatment for winter symptoms such as cough, cold, sore throat, flu or nasal congestion....Read more


We’re coming up to flu season, if you usually have your flu vaccination in surgery and you’re eligible this year, please contact reception to book an appointment.

Flu Poster


Join our Virtual Patient Participation Group today!

Would you like to have a say about the services provided at Wychbury Medical Group

We would like to hear your views and ask the opinions of as many patients as possible and are asking if people would like to provide their email addresses so that we can contact you by email every now and again to ask you a question or two and circulate our quarterly newsletter.

Fill in the details below and hand it back to reception or email your interest to wychubury.patientparticipationgroup@nhs.net

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Cervical Screening Awareness Week!

It's Cervical Screening awareness week 10th June to 16th June 2019. Smear tests can save lives, it isn't the most pleasant test but it's simple and effective. If you are due or overdue, book an appointment with the nurse. We will also be holding Drop-In smear clinics Monday 10th June 8am - 11:30am at Cradley Road and Weds 12th June 3pm - 6pm at Wychbury Medical Centre.

The staff at Wychbury Medical Group wore Pink to promote the cause, here are a few of the pictures we took last week. Thank you to the staff for their efforts promoting Cervical Screening Awareness Week 2019.

WMG CSAW 2019

WMG CSAW 2019

WMG CSAW 2019


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 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


Accessing GP Services for Young People - 13 to 16 years old

Please click here for a very informative guide aimed at young people wishing to access different GP Services. It gives you an overview on specific services available, how to register if you need to see a GP, confidentiality, contraception and other useful contacts.


Self Care Fact Sheets for common conditions

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