Welcome to Yardley Wood Health Centre
We are an established group of doctors working together as a non-limited partnership, within MOBY PCN. We offer comprehensive medical care, alongside other health professionals in our modernised premises.
Our dedicated team are here to treat those minor ailments that occur as well as providing specialist management of long-term conditions and clinics covering a wide range of healthcare issues.
The surgery has reserved car parking for the disabled. Wheelchair access to the building is via a ramp near the front entrance. All patient services are provided at ground floor level and there is a disabled patients' WC.
We are in a very accessible location between Yardley Wood Library and Chinn Brook recreational ground, serviced by local bus routes 3,27 and 76 on the surrounding roads and a five minute walk from Yardley Wood Train Station.
Please be aware that this side of Highfield Road is a one way road.
We value our patient's experience and are always finding new ways to improve our performance and service
Feedback is always welcome and we have a number of ways we can communicate with you. Please note that WE DO NOT have a facebook page -the existing unofficial page is based on the location tag when used by community services and is not monitored or owned by Yardley Wood Health Centre, please use our authorised channels below if you wish to provide feedback or have any concerns...
Surgery Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Other links about our surgery which you may find useful:
OHP link and logo
Our Health Partnership
We’re here to provide better healthcare for patients and better support for GP practices in the Midlands area. As a collective, we can focus on providing exceptional GP services for patients while managing our practices innovatively, efficiently and effectively for best value from our budgets.
Our Health Partnership is one of the UK’s biggest GP partnerships. It brings together 43 surgeries in the Midlands and Shropshire. By using our shared expertise to tackle the challenges of GP practice today, we can keep local surgeries thriving and provide the excellent care that our patients need now and into the future.