ORDERING OF REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS
Welcome to Lockstown Practice
Lockstown is an established medical practice which is known to offer excellent medical care in the Willenhall area. Since September 2014 we started working in partnership with Fisher Street Surgery and in May 2015, both practices become merged. This will enable patients to access our services at either premises.
In 2011 we were accredited as a training practice. You may be offered an appointment with the GP Registrar, who is a fully qualified doctor undertaking additional training in order to specialise in General Practice.
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Both premises have wheelchair access to both floors and disabled toilet facilities on the ground floor. If you need assitance, our reception staff will be happy to assist. Parking facilities are available for all patients at the front of the building and disabled parking spaces are for blue badge holders only. We have a clamping service in operation to protect our disabled spaces. CCTV covers all areas 24/7 .
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HUNDREDS OF HOURS ARE WASTED AND MISSED APPOINMENTS AT THIS PRACTICE ALONE COSTS THE NHS THOUSANDS
This is an important message for asthma patients from your GP practice. Inaccurate information is circulating regarding rescue packs for patients with pre-existing respiratory conditions such as asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). A rescue pack is not required under the current circumstances. Please do not contact the surgery for a rescue pack unless this is something that has been previously agreed and prescribed by your medical team. You should continue to manage your asthma in the usual way and if you feel you have symptoms of COVID-19, go to https://111.nhs.uk/covid-19 or call 111 (online services should be used as a first choice) before doing anything else.
(Site updated 26/03/2020)