An appointment should be made at the reception for these clinics.

Maternity Medical Services

Full pregnancy care is provided in conjunction with the community midwife.  The antenatal clinic is held on Wednesday mornings.  Appointments for postnatal checks can be booked at reception.

If you have a positive pregnancy test you can now make your own online self-referral for your maternity care, without needing to see a doctor or nurse at the practice. Please click here for further details on how to self-refer.

Please click here for the self-referral form.

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Asthma / COPD Clinic

This is run by the practice nurse and doctor.  Up to date patient education material and equipment are at hand for running this clinic efficiently as one of the doctors has a special interest in this area.  All asthmatics are advised to see the doctor at least once a year, preferably twice.  Please contact reception for an appointment.

Diabetic Clinic

A comprehensive range of resources eg. blood monitoring machines, patient education leaflets, and books are available to carry out our diabetic care programme.  Please contact Reception to make an appointment.

We maintain professional links with the local diabetologists, opticians, chiropodist and dieticians as they play an important role in diabetic care.  All diabetics are invited for an annual examination at the clinic if this has not already occurred at the hospital.  Screening for diabetes is carried out for patients at risk.

Diabetes Management

As a practice, we are committed to ensuring that all of our diabetic patients are receiving the best possible care and that we are prescribing effectively. We are currently reviewing patients who are monitoring their blood glucose (sugar) levels, using a blood glucose meter, as part of their diabetes management.

We are looking to rationalise our prescribing of blood glucose testing strips in accordance with local NHS guidelines and with this in mind, we would like you to try the new GlucoRx Nexus meter, which you can collect FREE of charge from the surgery at your own convenience.

Your computer records have already been amended to include the GlucoRx Nexus strips and GlucoRx lancets, so the next time you request a prescription for strips or lancets it will be the GlucoRx brand that will be supplied.

NB: in the interest of reducing waste please finish using your current stock of strips and lancets before commencing with the new ones.

Thank you for your continued support.

Family Planning

All aspects of family planning advice including I.U.C.D. or coil-fitting service can be arranged by the doctor.

Health Promotion Checks

These are carried out on a daily basis by the doctor or practice nurse.  The practice offers help with stopping smoking, high blood pressure, weight reduction, and healthy lifestyle.  Large amounts of patient education material are available.  The practice carries out heart disease and stroke prevention programmes.

Heart Disease and Blood Pressure Clinic

The practice has set high priority to the management and prevention of heart disease and stroke.  This is run by the practice nurse and doctor who arrange assessments and necessary investigations.

Insurance & HGV Medicals

Private medical checks including an elderly driver, pre-employment medicals etc, are carried out but a separate fee is payable in accordance with the BMA rating.  Please ask at reception for details of these fees.

Regular Health Checks

Every patient aged between 16 and 74 can make an appointment with the nurse once every three years for a health check and advice on healthy lifestyle.  If you are over 35 you are advised to have your blood pressure checked every three years.

Sickness Certificates

For the first six days, you do not need to see your doctor for a sickness certificate.  Only if you are still ill on the 7th day you need to make an appointment to see a doctor who will then issue you with a sickness certificate.

Smear Tests

All women from the age of 25 (in some cases sooner) are invited for regular smear tests.  Routine smears are performed three yearly from the age 25 to 64, although some women will continue to be invited up to the age of 70 on the advice of the cytology laboratory.

Child Health and Immunisation

Performed by the doctor, baby immunisations are carried out by the practice nurse. Appointments will usually be sent to you, but please contact us should you have any queries.


Full immunisation is recommended for ALL schoolchildren, and parents are requested to make appointments with the practice nurse.


All adults are offered a polio booster if they have not had one in the last 10 years. This is particularly important for the parents of babies who are receiving their polio immunisations.

Immunisation Schedule
8 weeks old

1.Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) and Hepatitis B

2.Pneumococcal Vaccine (PCV)

3. Meningococcal Group B (Men B)

4. Rotavirus





By Mouth

12 weeks

1.Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) and Hepatitis B

2. Rotavirus



By Mouth

16 weeks

1.Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) and Hepatitis B

2. Pneumococcal Vaccine (PCV)

3. Meningococcal Group B (Men B)





1 year old

1. Hib and Men C

2.  Pneumococcal Vaccine (PCV)

3. Measles, mumps and Rubella (MMR)

4. Meningococcal Group B (Men B)

Upper arm/ Thigh

Upper arm/ Thigh

Upper arm/ Thigh


3 years and
4 months
to 5 years

1. Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis and polio

2. Measles, mumps and rubella (MMR)

Upper arm

Upper arm

Girls aged 12
to 13 years

Cervical cancer caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) types 16 and 18.

Two doses 6-24 months apart

Upper arm
14 years (School year 9)

1. Tetanus, diphtheria and polio (Td/IPV)

2. Meningococcal groups A, C, W and Y disease

Upper arm

Upper arm

Over 65

1. Pneumococcal

2. influenza Trivalent

Upper arm

Upper arm

70 years 


Upper arm

Foreign Travel Immunisations

Please contact the practice nurse who will advise you on any immunisation and medication required.  It is essential to do this at least 6 weeks before going abroad to ensure full protection from diseases.  Complicated itineraries require 12 weeks' notice.

Universal Offer Services Offered by the Practice

5 practices part of the South Birmingham PCN including Moseley Medical Centre have been selected by the CCG for providing the following services and as the practice has signed up for this program, this will mean that Moseley Medical Centre will be managing services for patients in-house instead of referring to secondary care.

The services included are:
• Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring (ABPM)
• Spirometry
• ECGs
• Diabetic Insulin Initiation

Being a provider practice, Moseley Medical Centre will be receiving referrals from other member surgeries for ABPM and Insulin Initiation.

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