For Appointments please use our eConsult service, which you can access here.

* 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!*

Please click the link below for our most recent PPG Newsletter

PPG Newsletter


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.  

Latest News

We have been notified by the Met Office of a Level 2 heat-health alert for the period 9 am Wednesday 24 June to 9 pm Friday 26 June 2020, see attached 

As you are aware this may cause an increase in demand for services as a consequence.

We are releasing advice to the public via our local social media sites and would ask that you also use the new resources below, outlining the risks of COVID-19 and hot weather.

These are available on the Heatwave Plan for England collection page and are available to download below. 

The two updated Parent Tips:

  •    One providing some basic information on the childhood immunisation programme, explaining how vaccines work, how they are regulated and why it is important to ensure your baby receives all the recommended immunizations.
  •    The second provides answers to “Frequently Asked Questions” and has been written by leading national experts. It covers getting your baby immunised and what to expect, including information on things such as soothing your baby during and after vaccinations, and what to do if they are poorly on the day of their appointment.

Just to reassure you that despite the current COVID-19 pandemic, it is still recommended that your child receives their vaccines as this protects them against other serious diseases that can still cause them harm.

Parent Tips - Childhood Immunisations 1: An introduction to childhood immunisations

Parent Tips - Childhood Immunisations 2: Frequently Asked Questions

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Click here to view our GPs Mean Earnings

Have your say by joining our Patient Participation Group whereby we will ask you for your opinion on the surgery and the care you receive as patient feedback is key!

Appointments are now available at our Pelsall Branch to see the midwife on Friday mornings!

We are now encouraging people to use the A&E Symptom Checker triage tool, supporting them to decide if they need to come into A&E or not and get recommendations for treatment:

If you are aged 70, 78 or 79 please book in for your shingles vaccine!  

If you know somebody or are aged 70, 78 or 79 please book in for your shingles vaccine! The vaccine is expected to reduce your risk of getting shingles and you only need to have it once.



Removal of Stroke Services at Walsall Manor


GPs and practice staff are being reminded that there are NO Hyper Acute or Acute Stroke Services at Walsall Manor Hospital.


All suspected stroke and stroke mimic cases should be taken to New Cross Hospital, in Wolverhampton by blue light ambulance using the 999 system.


Several communication messages about this service change has been sent to practices over the past six months. As you will recall on April 11, 2018 all acute stroke services moved to New Cross, which now deals with all cases from the Walsall area.


We have sent out this reminder as a number of TIAs are still being sent to Walsall Manor Hospital – which is not a front line blue light service. These patients should have been sent to New Cross Hospital and not Walsall Manor.


Self Care and Over the Counter Medication

Please click on the link below - this will give you information you may require regarding self care and purchasing over the counter medication.

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