Welcome To Moseley Medical Centre
How To Contact Us
21 Salisbury Road
Tel: 0121 449 0122
Fax: 0121 449 6262
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.
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.
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://www.patientaccess.com/ at a time convenient to them.
For further information and to register for this service please speak to reception.
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.
This widget provides a summary of the results of the latest checks carried out by the CQC.
The practice will be closed on 02/05/2022 in view of May Bank Holiday and will re-open as normal on 03/05/2022. Please call NHS 111 for any medical advice if needed or call 999 for any medical emergency. Thanks
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Our next PPG meeting will be on 09/05/2022. If you are interested to join the PPG group, please feel free to call on 01214490122 and speak to reception. More information on PPG group could be found in the PPG section on this website. Thanks
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Mental Health Awareness Week will run from 9th to 15th May. This annual event, which focuses on improving good mental health across the nation, is hosted by the Mental Health Foundation.
This year’s theme will explore the impact of loneliness and how we can tackle it, following recent research by the Mental Health Foundation that showed that many people have increasingly been suffering from feelings of isolation and loneliness which has led to harmful consequences. They also discovered an increased demand from the public to see loneliness being addressed as a serious topic requiring urgent action.
Given the theme of loneliness, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport in partnership with the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities will continue to encourage people to ‘Lift someone out of loneliness’ as part of the Better Health - Every Mind Matters campaign.
The campaign will continue to point people towards the Every Mind Matters Loneliness webpage, where there is advice for ways to help yourself or others who may be feeling lonely and suggested support routes. Please visit the following page to find out more:
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