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* Don't forget to sign up to our Patient Participation Group today!  Just go to our 'Have your say' tab on the right hand side and click on 'Patient Participation Group'! No need to attend meetings! We will just contact you via e-mail every now and then with our newsletter or surveys!*

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Also, have you registered at the surgery to access our services online? Contact us today so you can start ordering your prescriptions, booking appointments and even access parts of your medical records - all online! No more wasting time calling the surgery and you can even use it out of surgery hours!

Please note that the surgery will be closed from 12.30 -6.30 pm on Thursday 4th April 2019.   Rushall Medical Centre (excluding the branch site at Pelsall Village Centre) will re-open for a short period of time from 6.30 - 7.00 pm.   If you need to see a doctor during these times please contact Waldoc on 01922 501999.  

Rushall Medical Centre have recently adapted the guidelines produced by Walsall CCG which aims to restrict the prescribing of Paracetamol and Ibuprofen products for short term use that can be bought at a reasonable cost over the counter. If this guideline is followed it will result in:

  •  Reduced patient reliance on prescribers for prescriptions.
  • Reduced consultations for minor, self-limiting conditions.
  • Increased patient self-reliance for minor conditions.

Funding of medicines available to purchase to treat self-limiting conditions and minor ailments and self-care is a personal responsibility.

Rushall Medical Centre Surgery will be working in line with the above guidance to promote self-care and will try to reduce the prescribing of these medicines.

For any questions or concerns about this guidance please get in touch with us.

 
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