Appointments are available virtually and face to face. Virtual appointments can be a video call or telephone call and will be initiated by your clinician at your appointment time. Appointments can be booked using the links above, over the phone or in person at the reception desk. All consultations are by appointment only.
Please let us know if you will be late or unable to keep your appointment so that it can be offered to another patient.
If you don’t attend, or don’t answer your video or telephone call this will be treated as a DNA appointment
If attending a face to face appointment, please use the automated booking in screen if possible.
If more than one family member needs to be seen, each patient will require a separate appointment.
When you arrive for your appointment we have check-in screens to let us know you have arrived, these can be found at these practices:
Emergencies and urgent cases will be seen at the earliest opportunity and this may mean by the most appropriate health practitioner in the PCN. In these circumstances patients may be asked to wait, but we will try to keep this time down to a minimum. Each slot is solely for one condition which cannot wait until the next available routine appointment.
The Home-Visiting service is provided in conjunction with the Adult Community team within The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust. Only patients whose medical condition prevents them from visiting the surgery will receive a visit and those registered as housebound.
If you require a home-visit, you must contact your practice before 12.00pm. The practice team will take as much detail as possible to ensure that your request can be triaged appropriately. The team is made up of a number of different clinicians therefore you may not always be seen by a GP in your home.
This service operates from 6.30pm until 8am Monday – Friday and all day weekends and bank holidays. Please ring 111 for an appointment.
NHS 111 is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Calls are free from landlines and mobile phones.
It’s fast, easy and free.
Call 111 and speak to a highly trained adviser, supported by healthcare professionals. They will ask you a series of questions to assess your symptoms and immediately direct you to the best medical care for you.
When to use 111
You should use the NHS 111 service if you urgently need medical help or advice but it’s not a life-threatening situation.
Call 111 if:
The MIU offers treatment and advice on minor health problems, minor illnesses, ailments and minor injuries. Patients can be treated on the spot, without an appointment.
Cannock Chase Hospital Brunswick Road
Telephone Switchboard 01902 307999
The Urgent Treatment Centre situated on the first floor of the Urgent and Emergency Care Centre at New Cross Hospital.
The service is GP-led.
New Cross Hospital
Opening times: 24 hours a day
The Urgent Treatment Centre is based on the ground floor at the Phoenix Health Centre. We offer on the spot treatment and advice for minor injuries, minor illnesses and ailments.
Phoenix Health Centre
Telephone 01902 445497
Opening Times: Monday to Sunday (including bank holidays) 8:00am to 8:00pm
Pharmacists play a key role in providing quality healthcare. They are experts in medicines and will use their clinical expertise, together with their practical knowledge to advise you on common problems such as coughs, colds, aches and pains, as well as healthy eating and stopping smoking.
Pharmacists can also help you decide whether you need to see a health professional. They can help you consider the alternatives next time you are thinking of making a doctor’s appointment.
74 Lichfield Road
Telephone 01902 731734
96 Church Street
Telephone 01902 408216.
All patients with emergency and urgent eye conditions will be seen in the Eye Referral Unit at the Wolverhampton and Midlands Counties Eye Infirmary, giving patients access to a team of eye experts.
This service will operate between the hours of;
For emergency or urgent eye conditions outside of these hours, patients will be seen in the Emergency Department (ED).
Having the emergency eye service located in the Eye Referral Unit (building A34) will give patients access to a multi-disciplinary team of nurses, doctors and ophthalmic consultants. We hope this will help enhance the patient’s experience when coming into the eye infirmary.
If you have the following eye conditions please attend your local Minor Eye Conditions (MEC) Service/Opticians rather than ED / ERU;
Please see the MECs website for further details and to find your nearest optician: www.eyecarewm.co.uk/Wolverhampton
Telephone: 01902 444 141.
The service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Emergency Department (A&E) is intended for patients who have received a serious injury, sudden severe Illness or a medical emergency.
Only attend a hospital Accident & Emergency department in the event of an accident or emergency. An emergency is a critical or life-threatening situation, such as:-
Call 999 in a medical emergency – when someone is seriously ill or injured and their life is at risk
Call 999 immediately if you or someone else is having a heart attack or stroke.
Every second counts with these conditions.
Also call 999 if you think someone has had a major trauma. Major trauma is often the result of a serious road traffic accident, a stabbing, a shooting, a fall from height, or a serious head injury.