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The practice is currently improving its telephone system and Wifi connection.  Disruption should be minimal however, we will notify patients of any known significant disruption during the changeover - expected March 2019.  Our Practice and its branch site will remain open during these works.  If it is urgent that you obtain medical advice and cannot speak to a staff member at the Practice during this period, please contact 111 for advice.


Extended Access appointments available from 1st October.

Click on the Extended Access tab under Appointments in the header bar above for more information, or read the article in Latest News.

As part of the South Shropshire Medical Group, we are now able to offer patient appointments with neighbouring practices: Albrighton, Bridgnorth and Church Stretton.  The appointments available to Shifnal & Priorslee patients will be at an evening and a weekend.  Appointments are bookable via our Practice Reception Team.

Are you interested in joining our Patient Participation Group?

 What is the Patient Participation Group?

The Patient Participation Group (PPG) allows our patients and staff to have an opportunity to discuss different areas relating to the Practice. It means our patients can be more involved and make positive suggestions that could influence the way your health care  is provided. 

 How to Join

We are currently recruiting more patients of the practice to join the group, and we especially need a Secretary to help the Chairman with running the group and to take minutes at the meetings.

We currently meet at the Old Fire Station, opposite the surgery in Shrewsbury Road, usually on a Monday at 1pm but this could be changed in the future.

If you are interested, please contact the Chairman, Marion Law on 01952 462855 or via email at

What can you do as a part of the PPG?

  • Provide services/facilities in the surgery (Resource library, Health Promotion Informtion)

  • Organise Health Education Sessions for patients

  • Help to deliver important health messages

  • Assist in getting important patient views

  • Use it as a communication tool between the Practice and its patients

Alternatively, please see our Virtual Patient Group page.


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