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Welcome To Moseley Medical Centre

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How To Contact Us

21 Salisbury Road
Moseley
Birmingham
B13 8JS

Tel: 0121 449 0122
Fax: 0121 449 6262

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Practice Philosophy

We aim to offer the best available family medical care from the surgery, which is located in an old Victorian house that has been extended and modernised to suit the practice needs.

We place a strong emphasis on preventive medicine and offer a comprehensive range of medical facilities. We would like you to feel that the practice offers you the individual care you need.

Your Doctors

Dr  Mohammed Malik (Male)
Dr  Nadia Malik (Female)

Access to the Surgery

There is suitable access for disabled persons and some car parking spaces available.  Should you anticipate any difficulties, please advise reception of your proposed arrival time, and arrangements will be made to assist you.

PATIENT ACCESS

Moseley Medical Centre is now able to offer patients the facility to order prescriptions on-line with a secure login and password.

Patient Access is a service that allows patients to access the practice online via https://patient.emisaccess.co.uk at a time convenient to them.

For further information and to register for this service please speak to reception.

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Information from the Care Quality Commission

Our practice is inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure we are meeting essential standards of quality and safety.

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Practice News
  • 17Jan 2022

    The Birmingham and Solihull Shared Care Record

    Moseley Medical Centre works with other health and social care organisations to share information that will form part of your Shared Care Record. The Shared Care Record allows health and care professionals involved in your care to view your records to help them understand your needs and make the best decisions with you, and for you. Information we hold about you will be available, to read only, to other health and care professionals in Birmingham and Solihull, Coventry and Warwickshire, and Herefordshire and Worcestershire when they are involved in your health or social care. For more information on how your data is used on the Shared Care Record and how to exercise your rights please see the full Privacy Notice or copy and paste this link: www.livehealthylivehappy.org.uk/birmingham-and-solihull-shared-care-record/privacy-notice/.

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  • 22Dec 2021

    Christmas and New Year Holidays

    The practice will be closed on the following days for Christmas and New Year Holidays 27/12/2021 28/12/2021 & 03/01/2022 BADGER will be covering the practice on the above days. Please call BADGER on 03005559999 if you need any medical advice. For emergency help, please call 999 and for routine advise please call NHS111. Moseley Medical Centre would like to wish everyone Merry Christmas and Happy New Year !

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  • 19Nov 2021

    Antibiotic Amnesty- World Antibiotic Awareness Week (18-24 November)

    Do you have any unused or old antibiotics at home? We are asking you to return them to any local pharmacy as part of an Antibiotic Amnesty in support World Antibiotic Awareness Week (18-24 November). Antibiotics are important medicines for treating bacterial infections but the more they are used the more bacteria are able to find new ways to survive the effects of the antibiotic. This is known as antibiotic resistance and is a huge threat to our future health. Without effective antibiotics many routine treatments will become increasingly dangerous. Setting broken bones, operations and even chemotherapy all rely on access to antibiotics that work. You should only take antibiotics when they have been prescribed for you by a healthcare professional. Unless your doctor or nurse has specifically told you to you should never save antibiotics for later, and never give them to someone else. You can play your part in protecting antibiotics for the future by returning unused or old antibiotics to any local pharmacy. Moseley Medical Centre is also encouraging all our staff and patients to become Antibiotic Guardians and choose a pledge to help protect these vital medicines.

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