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Three Villages Medical Practice
The doctors and staff at Three Villages Medical Practice in Stourbridge are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare. We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care.
Our shared purpose: Working better together to give excellent efficient care to all our patients
Our main surgery, part of the Stourbridge Health and Social Care Centre in Amblecote, was purpose-built in 2008. We are proud of our superb facilites with easy access and spacious corridors and rooms. We have facilities for doctor and nurse consultations, minor surgery, maternity, lung function and ECG services as well as meeting and study rooms.
Enter by the main building entrance where there is a manned wayfinding reception desk. There are lifts and stairs to our part of the building, where we have our own reception area and spacious waiting room. There are internal stairs and a lift within our premises.
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Extended access appointments
As of 1st April 2019 we have altered the times and dates of our weekly ‘extended hours’ appointment provision
2 Clinicians working simultaneously on a Saturday morning 8am-12pm (ideally a GP and a nurse)
We have decided on this alteration as a result of the following:
1. Closure of Wollaston Surgery where Sunday appointments are currently provided. Opening on Sundays is not part of the agreed provision with our landlord at Stourbridge Health and Social Care Centre and therefore continuing to offer Sunday appointments is not possible at this point in time.
2. Analysis of appointment uptake currently: GP appointments are always filled no matter where they are provided. Nurse and Healthcare assistant appointments are more popular on a Sunday morning rather than a Wednesday morning 7-8am, when they are often entirely unused.
3. Feedback from patients via our usual feedback mechanisms (inc. Family & Friends Tests and Patient Surveys)
4. Staff survey on when our staff would be in a position to work outside core hours. This showed a spread. Early mornings 7-8am were too thin with GPs to be a viable option going forward. Evenings were also too thin.
5. The only viable option which seemed to fit with the demand of our patients as well our building limitation and ability to staff consistently was Saturday mornings at SHSCC, which is allowed under our current contract with our landlord.
(Site updated 19/02/2019)