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This is a chance for you to tell us what we do well and how we can improve.

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Please read the latest Corona updates on our Latest News page. 

Many will also provide access to primary care on Saturday's and Sunday's. To access an appointment, you need to telephone your GP practice. You should not just turn up


We have taken the decision to change our appointment system and the way we make appointments. This is to ensure we continue to look after our patients in the safest possible way. 

We are following advice from NHS England, Public Health England and the Health Secretary.

From Monday 16th March we have now changed how we make appointments for future bookings to ensure we are prepared and you are protected.

You will now ALWAYS be telephoned by a Clinician BEFORE your appointment is booked at the surgery and we will be using telephone and video consultations more frequently.

Please do not come to the surgery to make an appointment, INSTEAD phone us as explained below:



If you already have an appointment booked with us - don’t worry, the appointment has not been cancelled but you will receive a call to see if your problem can be dealt with over the phone or by video consultation. If you need to be seen following the phone call the Clinician will arrange an appointment.




  • If you are worried you may have Coronavirus (COVID-19),  you should cancel your appointment with us by phone (Do NOT come to the Surgery) and for advice and help go to NHS111 website or if you don’t have internet access CALL 111. Staff at 111 have been specifically trained to manage COVID-19 and should be your first port of call.


  • If you have got either a high temperature - you feel hot to touch on your chest or back or a new continuous cough - this means you've started coughing repeatedly:


You need to stay at home.

Stay away from other people for at least the next 14 days. If your high temperature lasts longer than 14 days, stay at home until it's back to normal.

Testing for coronavirus is NOT needed if you're staying at home.

If you are on public transport, go home by the most direct route.

Stay at least 2 metres (about 3 steps) away from people if you can.

To protect others, do not go to a GP, pharmacy or hospital.

 For full details please download and read the COVID 19 statement to patients that can be found here:

Covid-19 Statement for patients

Covid19 Fit/Sick Notes Policy


Welcome to Parkfield Medical Centre's website, where you can access the wide range of health services available at our surgery. The site provides online facilities, including appointment booking and cancellation and prescription ordering etc.  Please find enclosed our practice leaflet. It also contains a vast range of health information and resources available, along with practical information on visiting the surgery. We hope you will find the website useful and informative.

Practice Leaflet

NEW EXTENDED HOURS SERVICE - telephone consultation slots are available at the practice: Monday 7.45am, 6.30pm & 6.45pm and Tuesdays 6.30pm to 7.15pm.

 (Pre-bookable hub appointments available 7 days a week, for more information please  click link below)

Extended Hours Information


 for more details please have a look at the attachment.
Your Care Connected - Your Information, your choice. 

Your GP medical record is the most complete record of your health and wellbeing. Your local NHS feels that those involved in your care should be able to see vital information about you to help improve the medical care that you receive, which is why Your Care Connected is being implemented across Birmingham, Sandwell and Solihull. If you do not want your information to be shared then please let us know. 

Patient Information


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