DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC, UNIVERSITY MEDICAL PRACTICE IS OPERATING A TOTAL TELEPHONE FIRST TRIAGE SYSTEM.
Please DO NOT come to the surgery unless this has been previously agreed by a GP or Nurse at the practice.
This decision, following Government and NHS guidance, has been taken in order to minimise the potential spread of illness and to protect our staff and other patients.
From Monday 16th March 2020 all walk in blood clinics will be temporarily suspended. If you need a blood test please telephone the surgery and you will be offered a pre-booked appointment after being asked some health screening questions.
We are working hard to maintain a service for all of our patients and very much appreciate your patience and assistance at this very difficult and challenging time.
If you have a PERSITANT NEW CONTINUOUS COUGH, FEVER or LOSS OF TASTE/SMELL DO NOT attend the Practice, current guidance is that you self-isolate for 7 days. For full advice see https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/
If you have the above symptoms but feel particularly unwell, please access NHS 111 on line https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/
Please DO NOT ATTEND the Practice unless instructed to do so.
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The University Medical Practice
We are a long established group practice of doctors working from purpose built premises on the edge of campus in Edgbaston. Whilst we have a close relationship with the University and cater mainly for students and staff, we are fully independent as a 'normal' general practice and we welcome local residents who live within the practice area to register.
We have close links with the various University departments and are well used to providing medical notes and helping with student welfare issues.
Currently there are 5 male doctors, 3 female doctors, as well as a team of 4 nurses & a phlebotomist, working in the practice and offering a wide range of medical services.
From 1 April 2015, GP Practices have been allocating all patients (including children) a named, accountable GP. The named GP will have overall responsibility for the care and support that our surgery provides to you. However for your day to day consultations you can continue to see any doctor within the practice.
Individual patients are informed of their named, accountable GP at the first appropriate interaction with the Practice. This may include letters you receive from the Practice, a note on your prescription, a visit to reception, a text message, to name a few. Patients are welcome to contact the surgery if they wish to know their named GP.
We offer ten minute appointments during morning and afternoons, convenient for people on or around campus during the day.
To book on-line appointments, click on the ink below
Appointment Booking / Repeat Prescriptions
(Site updated 23/07/2020)