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Staff Changes, please read our latest Newsletter Staff Changes Summer 2018

Fundraising Concert for Macmillan Cancer Support - 6th October, Trinity High School

Local choir ‘Tarantara’ will be featured in a concert on Saturday, 6th October, with all proceeds going to Macmillan Cancer Support. The concert is being organised by the local fundraising committee for Macmillan, and the event will help to reach and exceed their milestone figure of £1.0million raised for Macmillan since the committee was established 25 years ago.


The concert will be at Trinity High School, Grove Street, Redditch, B98 8DT, and will start at 7.30. Tickets, £10, can be purchased from The Music Shop, Kingfisher Shopping Centre, or send an e-mail to


Learning Disabilities

Do you or someone you know have a Learning Disability.  If so please remember that you are invited to attend the surgery for a full health check every 12 months. 

This check will be carried out partly by the practice nurse and also by Dr Emma Giles, our Learning Disability Lead Doctor.

If you wish to book an appointment please let the receptionist know it is for a Learning Disability check so the appropriate amount of time can be booked.

The Primary Care Liaison Nurse is a specialist learning disability practitioner who is employed Worcestershire Health and Care NHS trust. The Acute Trust also employ Liaison Nurses.  Further information and contact details can be found in the following document

Learning Disability Primary Care Liaison Nurse

Easy Read Leaflets

Hillview Medical Centre Practice Leaflet

Giving your consent

My Hospital Passport

Having a health check

Different people need different tests.  If you are invited to attend for one of the tests below you may like to read about it first

Easy Guide to Bowel Cancer Screening

Having a smear test

Having breast screening 

Easy Guide to Having a Colonoscopy

Having diabetic eye screening

Having AAA Screening

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