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Welcome to Hawes Lane Surgery Online

We would like to inform all staff we are booking for Flu Injections. Please call 0121 559 5159 to book an appointment

We would like to inform all Patients that with effect from 7th April we will be open on Thursday afternoons until 6.30pm. This is a permanent change and will be reflected in the opening times from 7th April.  

With Effect from Saturday 3rd Dec we will be open for GP appointments only from 9-12 every Saturday morning with the exception of Christmas ,NewYears Eve and Easter Bank Holiday weekend.

Patient Participation

You can view our Patient Participation Report for 2014/15 by clicking on the link to the right.

Hawes Lane Surgery serves the whole of Rowley Regis and Blackheath as well as its surrounding communities. Our team includes three GP’s, one advanced nurse practitioner, two practice nurses and one health care assistant as well as our practice manager, administrators and reception staff.

We offer a full general practice service and offer specialist clinics for baby immunisations, pregnant women, diabetics, respiratory disease sufferers, heart disease and stroke patients, those who require minor surgery and a stop smoking clinic. We also provide a specialist alcohol and drug counselling service.

We also run a Coffee Morning every Tuesday from 9-10.30am. This is open to all Patients. 

If you live in our practice area ( which is within a 5 mile radius) and would like to register with us, then please complete our registration forms which are available at reception. Registration is now with the practice rather than an individual GP, however you can request to see whichever clinician you prefer.  

All Patients have been allocated a named GP. This will be either Dr M Shakir or Dr Singh. 

(Site updated 05/04/2017)
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