Welcome to St. Peter's Surgery
The practice has purpose built premises which offer a comprehensive range of facilities, including easy access and facilities for the disabled. All of the staff who work here are part of the health care team working for your benefit, but some staff are employees of the Walsall Community Health Trust and are attached to the Practice to provide additional local services. St. Peter's Surgery has been recognised as an Investor in People and is a GP Registrar training practice. The Doctors work as an unlimited Partnership to provide General Medical Services and enhanced services under the new NHS Contract from the above address.
This surgery website is designed to provide you and your family with all of the basic details you require to enable you to make the best use of the services and facilities we offer. We will keep it current with any developments or other details that we feel are relevant to you.
PATIENT CONFIDENTIALITY & DATA PROTECTION PRIVACY NOTICE FOR PATIENTS
Please note: St. Peter's Surgery has updated it's Patient Confidentiality & Data Protection policies in order to comply with the General Data Protection Regulations.
For more detailed information and information leaflet please see the "Practice Polices" link under further information (Right hand side of this page).
A Patient information leaflet is also available from reception.
St Peter's Surgery "Online" Services (Now includes the Friends and Family Test - FFT)
NB: When using the online services please read the instructions given on each screen carefully. Parents / Guardians of children or young people under the age of 16 can not register "on-line", they need to obtain a username and password from reception.
CQC INSPECTION RATING (For full details see further information page) -
EBOLA – Help us to Reduce the Risk of Infection:
Would those patients who have travelled to any of the following West African countries in the past 3 weeks Sierra Leone, Liberia or Guinea (or if you have been in contact with a person or bodily fluids infected with Ebola) and you are suffering from fever or feel unwell please contact the surgery or NHS 111 by telephone and explain your situation.
(Site updated 12/06/2018)