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Evening and weekend appointments are now available

 We are now part of Caritas Primary Care Network.

Our Primary Care network Hubs are:

  • Cape Hill Medical Centre, Raglan Road, Smethwick B66 3NR
  • Hill Top Surgery, 15 Hill Top Road, Oldbury B68 9DU
  • Rood End Surgery, 182-184 Vicarage Road, Oldbury B68 9DU

You can now book an appointment at your local hub to see a GP, Nurse or other healthcare professions in the evening or at the weekend.

Your local hub is: Cape Hill Medical Centre

To book an appointment, please ask a receptionist or call 0121 5582613 for an urgent appointments call NHS111

 


Appointments and Repeat Medication can be booked and ordered online via EMIS Access.

Useful NHS Service links

Birmingham and Solihull CCG:

https://www.birminghamandsolihullccg.nhs.uk/

Cape Hill Medical Centre

Cape Hill Medical Practice

 

A general medical practice has been operating from the Cape Hill area for over 50 years. Formerly, the practice was located at 147 Cape Hill, originally the local brewery manager’s home, which became both the home and the surgery of the first GP, Dr Aiken. Since then, the practice has gradually developed to become one of the most comprehensive primary health care teams in greater Birmingham. This has happened on an evolving basis with the single-handed practice becoming a partnership after the war and a group practice establishing itself in the 1960’s and 1970’s. Since the later 70s and through the 80s and 90s, the primary health care team has become reality coupled with professional management and purpose-developed premises. Early in 2001, the practice relocated to a brand new private finance initiative-funded primary care building.

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