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Contact details - Please remember to update your contact details with us. We can often struggle to contact patients if they have changed a mobile number without letting us know. Letting us know about changes can be done quickly by using the online facility on the website. Please remember that email addresses are also useful for us to have and give us an alternative way to invite patients for health reviews.

Have your say - We are still hoping more patients will sign up for our patient group. If you would be happy for us to contact you occasionally by post or email to ask your opinions on the services we are providing please join our patient representation group. Alternatively let us know if you think we provide a service that you would recommend to others by completing our Friends and Family Test.

Training Afternoon - The Practice closes for training once a month. If you have a genuine need for medical assistance during these times plese contact NHS 111.

 

Welcome to Alderwood Medical Practice

Alderwood Medical Practice opened it's doors to patients for the first time on February 16th 2015.The practice is friendly, modern and well equipped with facilities for the disabled and elderly with easy access for pushchairs and wheelchairs. For patients arriving by car; the entrance to patient parking can be found off Wolverhampton Road.

The Alderwood Team consists of a dedicated staff of four GPs, an Advanced Nurse Practitioner, a Practice Nurse and Healthcare Assistant. Administrative and reception staff.

The Practice aims to provide all patients with high quality, effective health care in a safe and caring environment.

We are constantly reviewing the service we provide and always welcome patient feedback.

 

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