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The Wand Medical Centre15 Frank Street, HighgateBirminghamWest Midlands, B12 0UFTel: 0121 440 1561
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The Wand Medical Centre aims to provide first class up to date healthcare to the community while maintaining a family doctor relationship with all patients enabling continuity of care throughout a patient’s life. The Practice will continue to provide patient focused services using the criteria of clinical excellence providing healthcare to the community with equity and equality of access.
The Practice will invest in the development of healthcare staff enabling a highly skilled workforce to deliver the services required by the health economy. The Practice will integrate where possible with all allied clinical partners such as other primary care providers, secondary care hospitals and private healthcare organisations in order to encompass a full health service for the patient.
The practice will comply and encourage the principles of patient choice and ownership of services in order to provide an equitable service tailored to the patients needs.
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