With the sad news of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II we will be observing the national Bank Holiday on Monday 19th September 2022 for the State Funeral
Update Monday 7th February
Services are gradually returning to normal, whilst still supporting the COVID vaccine rollout.
- Telephone triage appointment is still required before a face to face appointment to prevent waiting room overcrowding
- Book up to 1 week ahead
- Online booking available
Masks are still required in practices as per the UK Health Security Agency’s infection prevention and control (IPC) guidance
DO NOT COME TO THE SURGERY if you have symptoms of coronavirus
COVID vaccine update
COVID helpful links
If you get any new coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms, self-isolate immediately and get a PCR test (test that is sent to a lab), even if the symptoms are mild.
- Book test online or call 119
- Latest guidance: nhs.uk/coronavirus
- Employment: 111 isolation note
- Post COVID: your-covid-recovery
Reception is open Monday to Friday 08:00 to 18:30 and closed Wednesday lunchtime for staff development.
08:00 - 18:30
Extended access appointments
07:30 to 08:00 every morning Monday to Friday
18:30 to 19:00 on Wednesday
About Karis Medical Centre
Karis Medical Centre is a full team of clinical and non-clinical staff providing excellent primary care health services within Birmingham. Click here for more information
There are many services available including:
- Self-care nhs.uk online help
- Mental health and wellbeing self help
- Pharmacist can help find your nearest
- 111.nhs.uk online or dial 111
- A&E for significant injuries or emergencies
- 999 dial in a life-threatening emergency
Online services via NHS app
Trauma informed care
As a trauma informed practice, we raise awareness of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), which are stressful events occurring in childhood. These can have lifelong impacts on health and behaviour and include:
ACEs should not be seen as someone’s destiny, there is much that can be done to offer hope and build resilience. We all have a part to play in preventing adversity and raising awareness of ACEs.