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As from Monday 5 September 2016 we will NO longer be accepting prescription requests over the telephone

You will be able to order your prescription(s) in the following ways:

  • Online - you will need to register for this service, which you can do by completing the relevant form which can be obtained either from reception or by printing off from our website
  • Via a pharmacy re-ordering service (please enquire at your preferred pharmacy about this service)
  • By putting your repeat prescription(s) request into the box in the reception area of the Surgery.

One of the reasons for us taking this action is to free up our very busy phone lines (for more urgent issues). Another, is to prevent miscommunications when ordering your medication. Our local pharmacies offer excellent services if you sign up with them and they will order and collect your prescription(s) from us and some of them will even deliver your medication to your home address.

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Womens Health Evening - Postponed due to unforseen circumstances

The re-arranged date is yet to be confirmed. We will keep you updated as to when and where.

Message from Professor Thomas

"I have decided, after 27 years as a partner at Ley Hill Surgery, to cease to be a partner from 30/09/2016.  I will continue to work at Ley Hill on Mondays as I do now, but as a Salaried GP.  I want to assure everyone that I remain as committed to the patients and the practice as ever.  I am making this change because the other part of my work is as the Vice Dean at the University of Birmingham Medical School where I have responsibility for all aspects of the medical degree programme.  The workload involved in both jobs means that it has become increasingly difficult to combine being a partner with my senior University role.  Staying at Ley Hill, but without the additional work of a partner, means that I can continue to work as a GP in the practice I have helped to develop."

Thank you.

Ley Hill Surgery Practice Booklet

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