How to register:
Bring in your Medical Card or fill in a Patient Registration Form which may be obtained at reception or download and print off forms from links below.
Print off a registration form (GMS1) for each person and also print off an adult health questionnaire for people aged over 16 years and/or print off child questionnaire for children aged under 16 years old. All of these forms need to be handed into the surgery before we can offer any appointments/services at the surgery.
An appointment will be made for you to see the nurse or health care assistant, for a new patient medical. If you are taking any medication, you will need to see a GP. You have the choice of seeing any of the GP’s listed.
Patients are within their rights to request sight of their medical records. A written request is initially required and an appointment made. There may be a charge for this.
Please note that this practice does not tolerate any kind of verbal or physical abuse towards members of the practice team or other patients. Doctors, therefore, reserve the right to remove patients from their list.
Contacting the Surgery:
Alternatively ring NHS 111 (out of hours) directly on:
111 (calls to NHS 111 are free)
Out Of Hours Service
The Out of Hours Service operates when the GP surgery is closed between 6:30pm and 8:00am Monday to Friday. During the weekend and on bank and public holidays.
Patients who live in Wheaton Aston, Lapley & Blymhill area who may be informed by the out of hours service that they do not cover their area, needs to inform them that they are patients of the Wheaton Aston Surgery; as they do cover this area for our surgery.
Brewood Medical Practice is a training practice for General Practitioner Registrars. These are fully trained doctors with a wealth of hospital experience who are being trained for the Primary Care setting.
Training may involve shared surgeries with another doctor and video surgeries. The reception staff will inform you if the consultations are being filmed. Please say if you would prefer not to be filmed.
Other allied professionals and students may, on occasion, be sitting in with the doctor or nurse. Please say if you would like them to leave.
Thank you for your assistance.
Statement of Purpose
Please click on link to read the surgery’s Statement of Purpose:
The practice offers a complaints procedure to deal with comments, suggestions and complaints about the service we provide. Our Practice Manager or a member of the reception staff will give you further information. Our patient leaflet gives details of the procedure and is available from reception.We aim to provide the highest possible standards of service and we try to deal swiftly with any problems that may arise.A suggestion box is located in the waiting room.
Facilities at Brewood Medical Practice are on 2 floors with a lift; at Wheaton Aston Surgery all facilities are on ground floor level and are designed for ease of access. There are allocated disabled parking bays at the Brewood Practice for blue badge holders. At our Wheaton Aston branch the receptionists can see patients arrive at the front door so will offer assistance when needed. There are disabled toilets at both Brewood & Wheaton Aston.
Change Of Details
Please remember to notify us as soon as possible, if you change your address or telephone number.If you move out of the practice area, you will need to register in your new locality.
Useful Telephone Numbers
|New Cross Hospital||01902 307999|
|Stafford Hospital||01785 257731|
|District Nurses||0300 124 0343|
|Health Visitors||01785 221047|
|Stafford & Surrounds CCG||01785 221050|
|Voluntary Car Service||01902 851786|
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0330 100 4310
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0330 100 4128
Or visit website: www.masta-travel-health.com/
The Newhall Medical Practice, Birmingham
0121 236 6633