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Welcome to Lockfield Surgery
Lockfield Surgery information
Lockfield Surgery is a large town centred practice, which offers a range of excellent services such as Minor Surgery, Chronic Disease Clinics, Family Planning, Baby Clinic and Ante-natal clinic to name but a few.
Lockfield Surgery has been accredited as a Training practice that incorporate an extensive multi skilled clinical team
FOR INFORMATION OF SAFEGUARDING AND VULNERABLE PEOPLE AND MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES PLEASE CLICK ON SERVICES TAB
We have a text reminder service - please be sure we have your correct mobile number on our records.
Extra Appointments available
We are accepting new NHS patients
Advice For Ukrainian refugees entering the UK on how to access NHS services
Extra GP appointments in Walsall - Please click on this link to speak with a GP when Lockfield Surgery is at full capacity
Try the new NHS App
If you’re a patient at our practice you can now use the new NHS App, a simple and secure way to access a range of NHS services on your smartphone or tablet.
You can use the NHS App to check your symptoms and get instant advice, book appointments, order repeat prescriptions, view your GP medical record and more.
If you already use Patient Access you can continue to use it. You can use the NHS App as well.
Please see list of Nursing appointment options prior to booking your appointment on the App to ensure you book in with the correct clinician. For any reason that is not on the attached list the appointment would need to be with a GP
For more information go to www.nhs.uk/nhsapp
"please remember we are still here to provide advice/treatment for any medical concerns. If you need to be seen face to face we can make this happen in a way that keeps you safe. Please don’t ignore worrying symptoms – call 01902 639000 or via e-consult link below”
E-CONSULT - PLEASE CLICK ON LINK BELOW:
NHS open for Business
The Surgery will be following Walsall CCG Guidelines :
FACE COVERINGS STILL TO BE WORN WHEN ENTERING THE SURGERY
Dont know your NHS number ? follow this link
Are you a Carer- If the answer is YES please click on carers tab at bottom of page for more information
Who is a carer?
A carer is anyone who appears to have a need for support as a result looking after a relative, neighbour or friend. Such care doesn’t have to be full time, nor do you have to be living with the person you support. If you or someone you know provides unpaid care for a friend or family member who due to an illness, disability, mental health problem including caring for those living with an addiction who cannot cope without his or her support then please go over to our carer page for more information or contact the surgery.
Please note our patients are encouraged to :
Access urgent and emergency care for serious or life-threatening emergencies, such as stroke and heart attacks
Access general practice, our services are open, safe and you can get advice for any health-related issues that they may be worried about.
As well as general support and advice around key topics such as cancer and mental health
For more information please click on links below:
Dr Mohit Mandiratta (Black Country GP) -Primary Care is Open and Here for YouDr Mohit Mandiratta (Black Country GP) -Primary Care is Open and Here for YouDr Mohit Mandiratta (Black Country GP) -Primary Care is Open and Here for You
Advice for parents accessing primary care COVID
Play your part in controlling coronavirus
Reduce your risk of Diabetes
There is #NoExcuseForAbuse
If you are a victim of #DomesticAbuse, there is help available.
Find out more and seek support.
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You do not need to stay at home if you are suffering from #DomesticAbuse
Police and support services are still available – call 999 if you are in immediate danger.
Domestic abuse has often been seen as a ‘hidden crime’, one which is underreported to the police and is a lot more widespread than figures suggest. One of the objectives of the campaign is to highlight that this kind of abuse is never acceptable and that help and support is available to those who are suffering.
However, with the coronavirus outbreak and more people spending more time in their homes, calls around domestic abuse have fallen, raising concerns that there are many people suffering in silence.
Domestic Abuse Campaign
The Home Office is running a domestic abuse campaign, raising awareness of the support and advice currently available. They are grateful for all the support received so far from the NHS stakeholders and would appreciate if you could share the campaign assets with your networks and include a link on your website to the campaign page:
HELP US TO HELP YOU CAMPAIGNS PLEASE CLICK ON LINKS BELOW FOR MORE ADVICE
Help Us Help You Communication Toolkits
- Generic #HelpUsHelpYou messages
- Primary Care
- Heart Attack
- Mental Health
- Learning Disabilities and Autism
- #HelpUsHelpYou Videos – including those in other languages
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Healthy Lifestyle Information please click on Further information at bottom of page and select NHS.UK Healthcare information or visit
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PATIENT LEAFLET 2021
(Site updated 19/04/2022)