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Cornhill Surgery65 New RoadRuberyBirmingham, B45 9JTTel: 0121 453 3591
Emergencies If you have severe chest pain, and feel that you are in danger of collapsing, please call 999 directly. Emergency Out of Hours – 0300 123 3211.
Test ResultsWe will normally contact you directly if you need to see a doctor to get the results of any tests. Alternatively you may have been told to book a follow-up appointment. If you do need to find out the result directly, and would like to save an appointment for another patient to use, please ring between 15:00 and 18:00.
Home Visits Please telephone requests before 10:30 am if possible. This will enable the doctors to plan their house visits and avoid delays. DO THINK CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS FACILITY as it uses a lot more of the doctor’s time.
Repeat prescription requests must be made in writing either by, handing in the tear off slip that comes with your repeat prescription, fax on 0121 457 7217 or by posting it to the surgery.
If you would like the prescription to be posted back to you, please enclose a self-addressed envelope. We do not accept requests for prescriptions over the telephone.
The receptionists are not clinically trained and it also helps to free the telephones for patients to access appointments.
Please allow 72 hours notice before collecting prescriptions
EPS Information Sheet
Please allow 72 hours, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. Any problems please telephone the surgery.