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Welcome to the practice

This practice has been established in the current premises since 1990.

We offer a pleasant waiting area and easy access for the disabled and wheelchairs. You can register by a personal visit to the surgery and completing the forms and the practice pre-registration questionnaire. You have the right to see the practitioner of your choice if an appointment is available that meets your needs but in an emergency you will be seen by the practitioner who is  available.

Your Practice Needs You!

We encourage and welcome feedback on the services we offer, as this is one of the ways in which we can improve, and shape the services that you want both now and in the future.  We have recently added an additional way to do this on-line to fit in with the modern world!  If you would like to join this Patient Reference Group (PRG) please contact the Chair of the PRG Dr Abul Mostafa by dropping him a note at the surgery address or leave your details with reception and we will pass this on to Dr Mostafa.

Privacy Notices      

Please see the practice Privacy Notices.

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Publication of GP Net Earnings

The average pay for GPs working for six months or more in the Rotton Park MC in the last financial year was £80,762 before Tax and National Insurance. This is for 2 full time 2 part time GPs.


Accountable/Named GP

From the 1st of April 2015 practices are required under the GMS contract, to allocate a named accountable GP to all patients including children. It is important that you are aware that his is purely an administrative exercise and does not change the way in which we operate or affect your ability to make an appointment or speak with any of the GPs in the Practice.

 We have allocated you to the following GP:

 ALL men and women aged over 65years, your allocated named GP is Dr I S Marok

ALL children below age 18 years and Females Aged 18 years and 64years,your allocated named GP is Dr Parmjit K Marok

 ALL men Aged 18 years and 64years, your allocated named GP is Dr Shabir Mahomed


Online patient access services to book appointments and request repeat prescriptions - follow the link https://patient.emisaccess.co.uk/account/login?ReturnUrl=%2F


This practice is part of the Sandwell West Birmingham CCG and also forms part of  i3 PCN

Contact details

Location & Contact Details

Rotton Park Medical Centre
264 Rotton Park Road
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B16 0LU

Phone: 0121 429-2683 for appointments and 0121 429-1543 for results

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    Training Practice: Yes, we have both Foundation Year 2 doctors and Specialist Training doctors in General Practice at the practice.

 



Our normal opening times








Late Night opening

Monday       

  08:00

-

18:30


18:30

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19:00

Tuesday 

  08:00

-

18:30


18:30

-

19:00

Wednesday    

  08:00

-

18:30





Thursday     

  08:00

-

18:30


18:30

-

19:00

Friday        

  08:00

-

18:30





Saturday     

Closed







Sunday      

Closed







All Bank Holidays

Closed














Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The NHS and Public Health England (PHE) are extremely well prepared for outbreaks of new infectious diseases. The NHS has put in place measures to ensure the safety of all patients and NHS staff while also ensuring services are available to the public as normal.

NHS 111 has an online coronavirus service that can tell you if you need medical help and advise you what to do.

Use this service if:

  • you think you might have coronavirus
  • in the last 14 days you've been to a country or area with a high risk of coronavirus – see coronavirus advice for travellers and a list of high risk countries on nhs.uk
  • you've been in close contact with someone with coronavirus
Do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital. Stay indoors and avoid close contact with other people. Call 111 if you need to speak to someone.

Further information and details of how to self-isolate are available on nhs.uk.

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We are Open for consultations, please see the video to help explain how to access services:  
GP Practices are open social messages.   
Contacting your GP remotely

Please see new video's developed to advise patients what to expect when patients need to access primary care:

Video by Black Country GP -Primary Care is Open and Here for You

Video by Sandwell and West BHam GP - Your local GP is open - Help Us Help You

In addition, over the past few months the CCG has produced plenty of visual assets to support the public and explain that GP practices are still open to the practice, with wonderful support from Dr Mohit Mandiratta and other clinical professionals, click here to view our collection of videos in multiple languages.

Remember “FACE, HANDS, SPACE”.

HandsFaceSpace

"Each and every one of us has a responsibility to prevent the spread of coronavirus.  Wash hands, cover your face, make space."

Some months, along with ALL other practices in SWBCCG, Rotton Park Medical Centre may be closed for staff training. In this case, we may be closed in the afternoon from 12:30 onwards. Telephones are diverted to out of hours services

Improved Access Scheme (IAS) and Extended Hours 

GP Extended Access Scheme

Your local GPs are working together as i3 (formerly ICOF) Primary Care Network (PCN) to improve services to you, our patients.

One of the ways we are doing this is to provide extended access during weekday evenings and the weekends.

From the 1st April 2020 if you are a patient at one of the following practices.



Raydocs - Newtown Health Centre B19 2JA
Aston Pride Community Health Centre B6 5HA
Rotton Park Medical Centre (B16 0LU)
Heathfield Family Centre (B19 1HL)
Victoria Road Medical Centre (B6 5HP)
Church Rd (B6 5UP)
Soho Health Centre (Dr Saini) (B21 9RY)
Soho Health Centre (Dr Bathla) (B21 9RY)
Hockley Medical Practice (Dr Bathla/O'Brien) (B1 3AL)
Summerfield Group Practice (B18 7AL)

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The Hub locations below reflect geographical location of the practices and provide easier access for our patients.
Your Extended and Improved Access Hubs will be housed at the following locations;
Weekdays :

Raydocs - Newtown Health Centre, 171 Melbourne Ave, Birmingham, B19 2JA

Summerfield Group Practice, Summerfield Primary Care Centre, 133 Heath Street, Birmingham, B18 7AL

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Monday to Friday (6:30 pm to 8pm) 

Weekends: Summerfield Group Practice, Summerfield Primary Care Centre, 133 Heath Street, Birmingham, B18 7AL
Saturday           9am till 1pm        
Sunday             9am till 12pm 

If you require any further information of how to book appointments speak to your practice receptionist.  
If you would like to pass on any comments on the extended hours service, please call 01212550419 and speak to Shabnam Khan or send comments by post to the Summerfield address

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Vaccinations for children aged 0-5 years

Vaccinations for children aged 0 to 5 years are important. They help protect children from serious and preventable diseases, and for best protection, it is important they are given on time.  If your child has missed a vaccine, call us on 0121 429 2683 to catch up.

Children's Immunisation Schedule

Here's a checklist of the vaccines that are routinely offered to everyone in the UK for free on the NHS, and the age at which you should ideally have them.

Routine childhood immunisations

When to immunise

Diseases protected against

Vaccine given

Site**

Two months old

Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio and Haemophilus influenza type b (Hib)

DTaP/IPV/Hib (Pediacel)

Thigh

Pneumococcal disease

PCV (Prevenar 13)

Thigh

Rotavirus

Rotavirus (Rotarix)

By mouth

Meningococcal group B (Men B)

Men B

Left thigh

Three months old

 

Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio and Hib

DTaP/IPV/Hib (Pediacel)

Thigh

Meningococcal group C disease (Men C)

Men C (NeisVac-C or Menjugate)

Thigh

Rotavirus

Rotavirus (Rotarix)

By mouth

 

 

 

Four months old

 

 

Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio and Hib

DTaP/IPV/Hib (Pediacel)

Thigh

Pneumococcal disease

PCV (Prevenar 13)

Thigh

Meningococcal group B (Men B)

Men B

Left thigh

 

 

 

One year old

 

 

Hib/Men C

Hib/Men C (Menitorix)

Upper arm/thigh

Pneumococcal disease

PCV (Prevenar 13)

Upper arm/thigh

Measles, mumps and rubella (German measles)

MMR (Priorix or MMR VaxPRO)

Upper arm/thigh

Men B

Men B booster

Left thigh

 

 

 

Two to six years old
(including children in
school years 1 and 2)

Influenza (each year from September)

Live attenuated influenza
vaccine LAIV4

Both nostrils

 

 

 

 

Three years four months old or soon after

 

Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis and polio

dTaP/IPV (Repevax) or DTaP/IPV (Infanrix-IPV)

Upper arm

Measles, mumps and rubella

MMR (Priorix or MMR VaxPRO)(check first dose has been given)

Upper arm

Please note

Where two or more injections are required at once, these should ideally be given in different limbs. 

Where this is not possible, injections in the same limb should be given 2.5cm apart.

 

Immunisations for at-risk children

Target Group

Age & Schedule

Disease

Vaccines required

Babies born to hepatitis B infected
mothers

At birth, four weeks, eight weeks
and Boost at one year1

Hepatitis B

Hepatitis B vaccine
(Engerix B / HBvaxPRO)

Infants in areas of the country with
TB incidence >= 40/100,000

At birth

Tuberculosis

BCG

Infants with a parent or grandparent
born in a high incidence country

At birth

Tuberculosis

BCG

For information on childhood vaccinations click here

 

Vaccinations during the coronavirus outbreak

Routine vaccinations for babies and pre-school children are being given as normal during the coronavirus outbreak.  

It's important to go to your appointments unless you, your child or someone you live with has symptoms of coronavirus, or if your child is unwell.  

The practice has put in place the necessary safety measures and precautions to help protect you, your baby and our staff from Covid-19.

Covid-19 Immunisation FAQs For information about your child having vaccinations during the coronavirus outbreak. 

Here are some useful FAQ leaflets or alternatively, click here.

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Self-care

Self Care is about treating minor illnesses at home and seeking help when you need it. It is also about managing any conditions you have in a way that puts you in control, improves your quality of life and avoids you getting ill.

·        Please see the following link on what is self-care by Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG: https://sandwellandwestbhamccg.nhs.uk/self-care

·        The Self-Care Forum Factsheets provide information on common ailments aimed to help clinicians and patients discuss issues around self-care within the practice consultation and especially how to handle the symptoms in the future. They provide information around:

o   Useful facts

o   What you can expect to happen (the natural history)

o   What people can do to help themselves – now and in the future

o   When to seek medical help (the ‘red flags’)

o   Where to find out more

·        Please click on the following links to find out more: http://www.selfcareforum.org/fact-sheets/fact-sheets-2020/

·        http://www.symptoms and self-help | NHS inform

Sexual health: Umbrella (umbrellahealth.co.uk)

Videos:  Over the Counter Medicines – Changes to Prescribing Video

Leaflets for patients: Prescribing of over the counter medicines is changing information leaflet (for patients)

The Doctors

Dr Inderjit S. Marok
(Male)

BSc(Hons), BM (Southampton 1984), FPCert, MRCGP, Minor Surgery List, Child Health Surveillance List
Dr Parmjit K. Marok (Female) MBBS (London 2003), FRCGP, DRCOG, DCH, CIDC (Warwick), DFSRH
Dr Shabir Mohamed (Male)  MB, ChB  (Zimbabwe 1988), nMRCGP
Dr Parin Solanki (Male) MB ChB (Leicester 2013), nMRCGP
FY2 and ST doctors and medical studentsWe also have doctors in training grades from City Hospital and QE




  
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Last modified: 23.11.2020