Our annual patient participation report has just been published, click here for details
Welcome to Hobs Moat Medical Centre website.
Closure for Easter Holiday
We will be closed from 6.30pm on Thursday 17th April, reopening at 8am on Tuesday 22nd April. Please help us to help you by not trying to come to see a doctor on Tuesday 22nd April for routine matters – Emergencies ONLY that day.
We will be closed from 12 midday on Tuesday 29th April for training, reopening on Wednesday 30th April
When we are closed – if you need urgent medical help ring 111
With winter comes the season for coughs and colds – don’t be surprised if your doctor does not give you a prescription for antibiotics – instead see how you can help yourself by following this link
We are now registered with the Care Quality Commission – an organisation which regulates health services and ensures compliance across a range of standards – see below for further details
Are you a man who has a niggling problem but either can’t get to the surgery or think it might go away if you leave it long enough? Well, we might have a solution for you. Mens Health Forum have an on line service available Sunday and Wednesday evenings – just visit their site here for confidential advice from a GP or just to find out more.
You went to A&E – for WHAT!
Hobs Moat Medical Centre is a partnership of five doctors. The medical centre was purpose-built in 1997, and further extended in 2009 and provides spacious accommodation for all staff and patients, with full access for the disabled. There is a car park for patients and staff including disabled and parent/child spaces. The practice has approximately 10,000 patients from Solihull, Olton, Sheldon and some from Yardley and Acocks Green.
There are three full-time and three part-time doctors, who share commitment to high quality personal primary healthcare. There are four Practice Nurses, who work alongside the doctors and run clinics for chronic disease management, screening, prevention and other clinics. Other attached staff include District Nurses, Health Visitor, Physiotherapist, Speech Therapists and Midwife.
We are fully computerised and are commissioned to provide health services to our registered population by NHS England. As a teaching and training practice, we work with GP Registrars together with medical students from Warwick University and are also involved in research and audits. The practice has a full range of diagnostic equipment, including ECG machine, ambulatory blood pressure monitor, spirometer and minor surgery equipment, to enable us to provide as full a service as possible in-house.
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