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Physiotherapist

home_visitYou can be referred to a number of different Physiotherapists upon seeing a GP. They are based at:

  • Catherine Adams Physiotherapy Services, Parkside, Bromsgrove
  • Studley Physiotherapy (who operate from various sites)
  • The Injury Care Clinics Ltd, Bromsgrove
  • WHACT Provider Services (who operate from various sites)
  • Patients can also self-refer to Physio Direct without seeing a GP by telephoning 01527 488179, Monday to Friday 13:00 until 14:30.
District nurses

Day service         08:30 to 16:30 Tel: 01527 488343

Evening service   16:30 to 23:00 Tel: 01527 488340

Night service       23:00 to 08:30 Tel: 07767441161

A member of the district nursing day team operates the phone line between 7.45am and 8.30am Monday to Friday.

The district nursing team is based at the Princess of Wales Community Hospital.

They call into the practice daily to collect any messages. Non-urgent messages can also be left on an answer machine on their day service number. District nursing duties include visiting housebound patients of any age in their homes, giving practical assistance or offering professional advice.

Each patient’s needs are assessed and their care/treatment is planned accordingly.

Health Visitors

01527 488329

The health visitors are based at Catshill Clinic. They attend child health clinics at Davenal House and Stoke Prior Surgeries.

Midwife

01527 488141

The midwife is based at the Princess of Wales Community Hospital and she holds a clinic at Davenal House Surgery on Monday afternoons. The midwife can be contacted on the above number or alternatively non urgent messages can be left with reception.  When you have had your pregnancy confirmed you will need to book a first antenatal appointment with one of the doctors who will enter you into the system for arranging appointments to follow the pregnancy via the midwife and hospital antenatal clinics. Patient-held records (the green booklet) will be given to you at the appointment, with information about the role of the healthcare team and the changes which occur during pregnancy and how to maintain a healthy pregnancy. 

Social Work Team

01905 765016

The Adult Community Social Work Team, offer support and advice for the over 65s and for physically disabled patients aged 18 years and over.

Counselling

Counselling is available through the Healthy Minds website www.hacw.nhs.uk/our-services/healthy-minds/ or you can phone The Well Being Hub on 01905 766124 or your GP can refer you.

 

 
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