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PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR ALL SURGERY COVID19 UPDATES


Measles,Mumps and Rubella: The MMR is the safest and most effective way to protect you and your family against these diseases. For anyone not fully immunised contact the surgery for an appointment. For this and more latest news click here


We no longer use a fax machine! To contact us please email nhsbsolccg.receptionywhc@nhs.net

Physiotherapy: DID YOU KNOW YOU CAN NOW SELF REFER TO PHYSIOTHERAPY WITHOUT SEEING YOUR GP? To arrange to see a physiotherapist call 0121 466 7600*, option 4, Monday to Friday 8 am - 4 pm  *new number

New Email Address: nhsbsolccg.receptionywhc@nhs.net we no longer use reception.ywhc@nhs.net

Text Messaging: Check your contact details are up to date with reception ASAP to make the most of our new text messaging service, where your doctor, nurse or receptionist will pass on important information to you or ask you to book an appointment. 

Are you using our NEW NHS Patient App?

 

We encourage all patients sign up to the NEW online access, click icon below:

 https://app.birminghamandsolihullhealthapp.com/splash

You can use the app 24/7 on your laptop, tablet or smartphone. It’s a quick and easy way to:

  • Book and manage your appointments
  • View your medical record and test results
  • Manage your medication ...and much, much more

To sign up today, please ask at reception,

Or Register at :https://app.birminghamandsolihullhealthapp.com/splash

If you currently have online access using the original service by Emis called Patient Access you can continue to use this as well if you wish.

Log in at : 

To Access your FULL Medical Records* you need to fill out a request form (obtained from reception or click here)

 

*Please note to have FULL access to your medical records you will need to use the Emis Patient Access

 
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