Opening Hours

The Omnia Practice is open between 8.30am and 8pm on Monday, Wednesdays and Thursdays and between 8.30am and 6.30pm on Tuesdays and Fridays.

We are closed between 1pm and 2pm every Friday for staff training.

In the event of emergencies occurring outside of these hours, your health is covered in partnership with various other providers (more information).

Make a face to face appointment

It’s easy to make an appointment to see a doctor at Omnia. Simply call us on 0121 506 2000 or use our online appointments. Please phone as early as possible as appointments are in great demand. Our doctors work at different times of the day and week, you may need to wait a little longer to see a specific doctor.

Emergency appointments (‘Sit and Wait’) are available for issues which require urgent attention. All adult Emergency appointments are triaged by the doctors, the reception team will take your details and a doctor will call you back to discuss the matter. Please do not come to the surgery as a doctor will need to speak with you over the telephone first.

Speak to a doctor on the telephone

If you have an urgent medical query, call reception and, a doctor will call you back.

Home Visits

A consultation at the surgery provides the best conditions for assessing and examining patients. Home visits are only available for patients who are too ill to come to the surgery or are housebound and unable to reach the practice. Home visit requests should be made before 10:00 AM to the Duty Doctor on 0121 506 2000.

Test Results

To obtain the result of a blood test, X-ray or to discover if a letter has arrived after a hospital appointment, please call reception on 0121 506 2000 between 11am and 3pm.

The receptionist will be able to tell you from the computer record if you test has returned and give you an idea of the result itself. The receptionist will let you know if you should make a appointment with the doctor.

Specialist Clinics

Child Health (Thursday 9:30am – 11:30am) Baby immunisations take place on Thursday afternoons with post-natal reviews.

Sexual Health We are delighted to be able to offer sexual health appointments all day – our nurses are well qualified to fit coils and implants and provide emergency contraception. (Daily (am + pm clinics) with evening clinics on Mondays and Wednesdays – until 8:00 and a further clinic on a Thursday afternoon). Males and females of all ages and orientations are welcome for sexual health advice.

Pregnancy (Wednesdays and Thursday from 1pm to 3pm) Midwife Lynda and the female Partners run this clinic. Post-natal reviews and baby immunisations take place on Thursday afternoons.

Diabetic (Tuesday and Thursday 9am – 11.30am) Dr Sabir and Dr Ahmed run this specialist clinic with our practice nurses.

Leg Ulcer (Tuesdays 10:30 to 12:30) These clinics are run by the District Nurses.

Drug Misuse (Tuesday afternoons) This specialist clinic is run by Dr M Iszatt and a drug-worker.

Continence (Monthly on a Tuesday from 1:30pm)The continence advisory service is provided by registered general nurses who have undergone additional specialised training in the promotion of continence care for adults suffering from bladder or bowel problems. Call Omnia for more details.

We offer a confidential and friendly service for both male and female patients in one of our local clinics or where necessary in patients own homes. We provide: specialist assessment and treatment programmes for patients, specialist advice and support to staff working in the community, and continence specific education programmes for Trust staff and others. We facilitate continence promotion across the CCG area, and we manage the supply of containment products for patients with intractable incontinence. We accept referrals from other professionals and also directly from patients. If you would like advice please telephone (0121) 465 2599.

Coronary Heart Disease Run by Dr Madeleine Trent, these clinics give patients with heart disease specially reserved clinic time to review and discuss any problems.

Stop Smoking Clinics We are happy to direct you towards local support and advice for all who wish to give up the habit. Reception can refer you to a local clinic where free patches and gum are available.

Lloyds Pharmacy at Omnia

The move into the new building has meant that finally we can offer a link directly into Lloyds Pharmacy who have leased space from the practice. Lloyds will be open for 120 hours a week and provide a service up to 11pm every night of the week and weekend! Patients continue to have free choice as to which of the local pharmacies that they wish to use.