Moseley Medical Centre - News

  • 1 Jul 2022

    Dementia Support Clinic-07/07/2022

    The practice is arranging a Dementia Support Clinic on 07/07/2022 from 2 pm to 5 pm for patients who has diagnosis of Dementia and their carers. This clinic is open for patients who would like some advice and support available. The clinic will be run by a dementia advisor along with a GP. This will be an open clinic so please feel free to attend this clinic on 07/07/2022. Please call the practice on 01214490122 for any further query.

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  • 1 Jul 2022

    Mindfulness Event-06/07/2022

    The practice is arranging an event on 06/07/2022 at Moseley Medical Centre for all the patients to do some fun activity from 2pm to 4pm. The event will be held by Kinmos to promote mental health and well-being. Why not pop along for a chat and get involved in a therapeutic activity! For further information, please call the practice on 01214490122

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  • 30 May 2022

    The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee bank holiday

    The practice will be closed on 02/06/2022 & 03/06/2022 in view of The Queen's Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday and will be open as normal on 06/06/2022. The practice will be covered by BADGER during bank holiday and all the calls will be diverted to BADGER. You can call 111 for medical advice or 999 for any medical emergency.

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  • 29 Apr 2022

    May Bank Holiday-02/05/2022

    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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  • 29 Apr 2022

    Next PPG Meeting-09/05/2022

    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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  • 27 Apr 2022

    Mental Health Awareness Week

    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: https://www.nhs.uk/every-mind-matters/lifes-challenges/loneliness/ Thanks

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  • 23 Feb 2022

    NHS Community Pharmacist Consultation Service (CPCS)

    Did you know…? We are participating in a new approach to improve access for patients to GP appointments. The aim is to direct patients to the most appropriate healthcare professional, which may be a GP or a pharmacist. From 22/02/2022 if your symptoms could be resolved by a booked consultation with the pharmacist instead of the GP, you will be given a same-day referral to a pharmacy of your choice. We think this is a good thing. Once you see how great your local pharmacist is – they are highly trained and skilled clinicians experienced in treating minor illnesses – we don’t think you’ll look back. This will also help us to free up GP appointments for people with more complex health needs and ensure that everyone gets treated at the right time, by the right healthcare professional. We are keen to hear what you think and will be listening to your comments and feedback about your experience of using this service.

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  • 17 Jan 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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  • 22 Dec 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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  • 19 Nov 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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