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Surgery Christmas and New Year Opening Times 2018/2019

Posted: 5 December 2018

Monday 24th December 2018 (Christmas Eve): Normal hours (CLOSED 12.45-2.30)

Tuesday 25 December 2018 (Christmas Day): CLOSED

Wednesday 26 December 2018 (Boxing Day): CLOSED

Thursday 27th December 2018: Normal hours

Friday 28th December 2018: Normal hours

Saturday 29th December 2018: Normal hours for routine appointments (9am-12 noon)

Monday 31st December 2018 (New Year’s Eve): Normal hours

Tuesday 1st January 2019 (New Year’s Day): CLOSED

Wednesday 2nd January 2019: Normal hours

Please contact the out of hours service on 111 for advice and treatment during this time.

Please ensure you have ordered your medication in plenty of time to cover you over the Festive Period.

Warfarin Drop In Clinics

Posted: 19 October 2018

Warfarin drop in clinics are held 12:30pm – 1:15pm Monday to Friday

Please report to reception, (no earlier than 12:30pm) and give the receptionist your name and date of birth.

Please note that there will be no Warfarin Drop In Clinics on the following dates:

Monday 24th December 2018

Tuesday 25th December 2018

Wednesday 26th December 2018

Tuesday 1st January 2019

If your test is due on these dates please attend the day before or the day after

Staff Training Dates for 2018

Posted: 16 October 2018

Please see the list below of our Staff Training Afternoons when the Practice will be closed from 12:30 noon until 08:30am the next working day:

  • Thursday 18 October 2018

If you have an urgent health care problem, which cannot wait until the surgery is open, please call Shropdoc.


Posted: 8 August 2018

65 or Over

Existing Health Problem

Pregnant Mother

Child Aged 2 & 3  (a simple, free nasal spray)

We are now booking flu vaccinations:




Statement of Purpose

Posted: 23 August 2016

Available to download:

Statement of Purpose – Stirchley Medical Practice

On-line access to your own health records

Posted: 7 April 2015

Some of you can already access pages of your own health record on-line via a secure password. From today the same password could let you see your allergies and your immunisations: ask a receptionist to upgrade your access.

If you haven’t yet got access and would like to try it, talk to a receptionist about getting a password.

You can already book and cancel some appointments on-line. This service will be expanding soon.

These are exciting changes: on-line access will let us all participate more actively in our own health care.

Internet Safety for Children

Posted: 8 August 2013

  • Who knows more about the internet, you or your children?
  • Do you know what they get up to on the internet?
  • Are they doing things that are safe?

We all want to keep our children safe. With the internet, we may not feel as confident about our knowledge and skills.

There are some simple things that we can do to help:

  1. Ensure that children do not have access to the internet in their bedrooms, where they can get up to anything without you knowing.
  2. Ensure that they are using only appropriate sites for their age – e.g. Facebook only over the age of 13.
  3. Keep interested and informed about their activity.

Physical Activity

Posted: 26 June 2013

Exercise is the miracle cure we’ve always had, but we’ve neglected to take our recommended dose for too long. Our health is now suffering as a consequence. This is no snake oil. Whatever your age, there’s strong scientific evidence that being physically active can help you lead a healthier and even happier life.

Physical Activity Questionnaire

Please download our Questionnaire below. You can email it to us at:
[email protected]
 or you can mail it to the surgery.


If you are worried about your health and would like to talk to someone about diet and exercise, please contact the surgery.