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The surgery will be closed for the following bank holidays:-

14th April & 17th 2017 April Easter Bank Holiday

1st May 2017 May day Bank Holiday

29th May 2017 Bank Holiday

28th August 2017 August bank Holiday

25th December 2017 Christmas day

26th December 2017 Boxing day

The Surgery will be closed for the following protected learning afternoons from 12:30 pm:-

25th April 2017     6th July 2017     21st September 2017     10th October 2017     25th January 2018    20th February 2018 

If you need a Doctor while the surgery is closed please contact NHS 111.

Thank you 

Welcome to The Black Country Family Practice

Black Country Family PracticeThis website is provided to give you information about the practice. If you have any questions about the practice and/or the services we provide and you cannot find the information you need here, then please speak to one of the reception staff who will be pleased to help.

At The Black Country Family Practice we aim to treat all our patients promptly, with courtesy and in complete confidence. We feel it is important you know who you are speaking to, so our staff wear name badges.

The Black Country Family Practice is a 'training practice'. This means hospital doctors wanting to enter general practice spend six months with us in order to gain the experience they need to become family doctors. 

disability.jpgAccess For Disabled Patients

The premises are at ground level with designated car parking available. Access generally is suitable for most disabled patients. A wheelchair is available for use while at the surgery - please ask a member of our team for assistance.


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