Under the NHS General Medical Services contract, all surgeries must provide essential medical services.  You’ll find the full list of our NHS services below. We also offer a number of non-NHS services which can be found on our Non-NHS Services page

By offering the maximum possible number of services, we aim to give patients the best possible experience and outcomes.

Alcohol Services
At Selly Park Surgery we have a range of support options in place if you need help with alcohol related health issues or are looking for advice to reduce your alcohol intake. See your GP or speak to reception for an appointment.

  • Adults can self-refer for help here.
  • Young people can self-refer here.

Antenatal /Postnatal Maternity Services including Midwifery
We have a midwife clinic on a Wednesday morning. Speak to reception for more information.

Health Visiting
We have a team of health visitors who will visit you in your home.

Birmingham Women’s Aid
Are you a woman or a child affected by domestic violence, rape or sexual abuse? Have you experienced or are you worried about forced marriage, honour based violence or female genital mutilation?
Are you a young woman who has experienced violence or abuse in your relationship? Birmingham Solihull Women’s Aid are here to listen and help.

Cervical Cytology Screening
Women aged 25-64 who are registered with a GP are automatically invited for cervical screening. This includes women who have had the HPV vaccination, as the vaccine doesn’t guarantee complete protection against cervical cancer.

Child Health Surveillance
We have a team who specialise in monitoring child development, offering a range of services such as vaccinations to help support the health and well being of both the child and parents.

Childhood Vaccinations Service
We hold regular child vaccination clinics and vaccinations by appointment. Speak to reception to book an appointment for your child.

Chronic Disease Management including Asthma, Cancer, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Coronary Heart Disease, Diabetes, Hypertension, Hypothyroidism, Mental Health and Stroke and TIA
Our specialist teams and clinics are in place to help people who are managing a chronic disease. Speak to reception or your GP about what services are in place to help you and your family.

Community Dermatology (provided by South Doc Services)
We offer a range of treatments and services to help you manage and treat skin conditions.

Community Gynaecology (provided by Health Harmonie)
Our Gynaecology team is in place to support women with health conditions.

Contraception Services including Emergency Contraception
Selly Park Surgery offer free contraception and family planning advice. Speak to your GP or Nurse for more information.

We have team of counsellors who are available to support you, speak to your GP for a referral. It is also possible to self-refer for support at Birmingham Healthy Minds and Living Well.

Drug Addiction and Misuse Services
At Selly Park Surgery we have a team of experienced drug workers who are in place to help you if you have a substance addiction or misuse problem. Speak to reception or your GP in confidence to get access to the service. It is also possible to self-refer for the service to Birmingham’s Drug & Alcohol Service: Change, Grow Live.

Family Planning and Preconception Advice
If you are looking to start a family and want advice our team of Family Planning nurses and doctors can help you with advice and referrals to other services.

Goserlin Administration
If you have been prescribed Goserlin or Zoladex injections we have a team in place to administer your medication. Speak to your GP about the options.

Influenza (Flu) and Pnuemoccocal Vaccinations
Flu jabs are available at Selly Park Surgery. Anyone aged 65 and over, pregnant women, children and adults with an underlying health condition (particularly long-term heart or respiratory disease)
and children and adults with weakened immune systems are recommended to have the vaccine.

Mental Health Services
As well as physical health, your mental health is also important. Speak to your GP or receptionist about the range of services, treatments and advice we can offer to help you manage your mental health and wellbeing.

We have a Pharmacist as part of our team at the surgery. They may contact you with regards to your medication, carry out your annual medication review or make changes to your medication recommended by other healthcare professionals such as hospital consultants.

Phlebotomy Service
If you need a blood test, for available times please speak to reception.

Post Surgical Wound Care Management
After you have had an operation you may need help with caring and cleaning your wound, we have a range of nurses and doctors who can help you with this.

Smoking Cessation Clinic
Quitting smoking is difficult, that’s why we offer free stop smoking support clinics which will help you on your journey to a healthier, smoke free life.

Social Prescriber
A Social Prescriber is part of our team at the surgery. They can help with housing, financial difficulties, social isolation and are able to provide support for many social issues that may be impacting your physical health.