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Alum Rock Medical Centre27-29 Highfield RoadAlum RockBirmingham, B8 3QDTel: 0121 328 9579
You can access reception staff by phone or in person between 9am-1pm and 4pm-6:30pm Monday to Friday. Between 8am-9am and 1pm-4pm reception will be closed, and SouthDoc operate a telephone message taking service.
Weekend and late evening Hub appointments are also available (prebookable only).
If your medical problem is of an urgent nature and cannot wait until the surgery reopens then please call the surgery number and follow the recorded instructions to access out-of-hours cover.
We use SouthDoc's message taking service to cover for us when the surgery telephone lines are closed between morning and afternoon surgeries. Please ring hte surgery in the normal way and follow the instructions on the surgery's answer machine.
The Washwood Heath Walk in centre on Clodeshall Road will see patients 9am-9pm seven days of the week (including weekends and Bank Holidays). This is a nurse led service.
The NHS 111 service is available if you need urgent medical help or advice when the surgery is closed. Dial 111 (free from all telephones) to access this service. Use NHS111 when the surgery is closed (i.e evenings, weekends and Bank Holidays).
You should visit A&E or call 999 for serious injuries, serious illnesses or life-threatening emergencies, such as:
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