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Not ready for a baby?

We are able to provide Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) for anyone living in Birmingham.

Click here to view types of contraception offered.

You do not need to be registered at the surgery to access the service and there is no need to be referred by your own GP.

Call us on 0121 458 1031 to speak to one of our GP's.

Umbrella Chlamydia Screening Programme

Are you aged between 15 and 24 years old?  You can pick up a free, self screening kit from reception.  You do not need to be registered at the surgery to get one.  Contact the surgery for details or visit 


Patient Participation Group

Any individual, registered as a patient at Ash Tree Surgery, is invited to contribute to this group.

This is a forum for you to discuss topics of interest. This could be making suggestions regarding services or processes thus enabling us to enhance your experience of the Practice. We hope that by listening to your ideas and feedback we may be able to develop the services we provide in the future. It may also be an opportunity for you to influence the local NHS.

Your perspective, as a patient, is crucial. Patient engagement is essential if we are to develop a successful working partnership for the future.

Different topics for discussion will be displayed and your views invited. These comments will be added to the practice website (appropriately summarised - we would remove anything that would breach patient confidentiality or offend). 

We shall then review your comments and inform you of any changes or developments we are planning in response to your input

The Patient Participation Group is not a forum for raising a complaint. If you have any concerns about the Practice, its services or processes, please speak to reception staff who will address these directly using the complaints procedure.



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