Lion Health

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2 Lowndes Road, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 3SS.


Friends & Family Test

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As ever, we would welcome your feedback.  Please complete our Friends & Family test .

Patient Panel Report 14/15

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You can view our 2014/2015 Patient Panel Group report by clicking the following link: PPG_Enhanced_Service_Reporting_Form_Mar_2015.pdf

Lion Health CQC Report

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The practice has recently received a GOOD rating from the CQC, which we as a practice, and you as patients can be very proud of.  We shall not rest on our laurels, and will continue to work to improve, but you can read the CQCs report at the link below:

Self Management Programmes

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Self management programmes (SMPs) are available for adults living with a long-term health condition, or for those in a caring role.  SMPs aim to improve your quality of life by giving you confidence, skills and information to help manage your long-term condition or caring role better on a daily basis.  For more info visit our news-and-achievements page.

Patient Access

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Click the following link for information on, and to sign up for, EMISAccess.

Urgent And Emergency Care At RHH

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See the link below for information on the urgent care journey at Russells Hall Hospital: DGoH_Urgent_Care_Centre_Journey.pdf

Dr John Firth

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See the following message from Dr-John-Firth.pdf.

Changes To Russells Hall Phlebotomy Services

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There have been some slight changes to the phlebotomy services at Russells Hall Hospital.   See the Our Practice, News and Achievements page for further information.

Alternative Language Options

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All content on this website is available in alternative language formats, please contact us for further information.

Carer Information

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If you are a carer, you may find the information at the following websites  very useful:

Local Cancer Support Information

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MMR catch up programme

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Due to the recent outbreak of measles, a temporary programme of MMR vaccination has been put into place. At-risk children between the ages of 10 to 16 have been identified using GP records and letters are to be sent to their parents recommending that they get their children vaccinated. Read more.

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