Please do not contact the surgery regarding your Covid vaccination status. For more information visit or call the NHS helpline on 119 and ask for a letter to be posted out to you.

Alternatively proof of your vaccination status will be available on the NHS app, which is also valuable for accessing your health records.



IF YOU ARE ATTENDING THE SURGERY FOR AN APPOINTMENT YOU MUST WEAR SOME FORM OF FACE COVERING **There is now a dedicated Covid-19 line. Please call 119 to organise testing and for further information**

Claverley Surgery would like to remind you that if you have a cough or fever DO NOT COME TO THE SURGERY!

Due to the current outbreak we will be accepting repeat prescription requests via our email address You can also post requests through our letter box if you wish.

Online booking of appointments have been suspended for the foreseeable future.

We are doing our bit to try and protect our most vulnerable patients.

Claverley surgery is now taking part in "GP First Extended Access". We now offer appointments outside of our usual opening hours. We are working alongside other surgeries in the surrounding areas that our patients can attend with a pre-booked appointment. See extended access tab on the right of the webpage for more details.



For test results please  phone the surgery after 2pm.

For medication queries please phone after 11am.

28 Day Repeat Prescribing

A 28 day repeat prescribing interval is recognised by the NHS as making the best possible balance between patient convenience, good medical practice and minimal drug wastage. Prescribing for shorter periods has been widely promoted across England. Research by the National Audit Office in 2007 has shown home and excess medicine stock values for patients prescribed a 28 day supply of a medicine to be one third less than those for patients receiving prescriptions to cover 56 days. In addition, a Bradford University Study concluded that the NHS cost of prescriptions issued for 56 days’ supply is greater than those for 28 days.


From 1st April 2020 the NHS Prescription Charge is £9.35


The NHS prescription charge is a contribution to the NHS; it is not a payment to the surgery or its dispensary and is not related to the cost of your medicines(s).

If you need 4 or more prescriptions in three months or 13 or more prescriptions a year, you could save money with a Prescription Prepayment Certificate.

We actively encourage our patients to consider this as it covers any prescription during this period of time, eg one off antibiotic prescriptions or creams etc. in addition to any regular repeat prescriptions.

Ask a member of the dispensary team for more details or visit


Average GP Earnings for 2014-2015


All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.


The average pay for GPs working at Claverley Medical Practice in the last financial year was £53,905 before tax and National Insurance.


This is for 1 full time GP, 3 part time GPs and 1 locum GP who worked in the practice for more than six months.



All of our patients now have an allocated NAMED GP.  This is a national requirement from NHS England. Dr Peter Jones is the named GP for all patients registered with Claverley & Pattingham Surgery. Patients can still choose which GP they see at the surgery.

 The Practice now provides FREE SMS Text message reminders for appointments - please check that we have your correct mobile number (We do not send any patient identifiable information)

Statement of Intent - published 30 September 2014


The goverment has launched an out of hours service.

If you require medical assistance out of hours you will ring 111.

If you ring the surgery number 01746 710223 you will hear a message asking you to ring 111 (this is a free call)

Think Pharmacy First


Local pharmacies offer many of the same services that local GP's do and you don't need to make an appointment to see them.

All pharmacist have trained for five years and can offer expert advice on lots of minor ailments. Most pharmacies in Manchester offer confidential consultation rooms too. They can help with common problems such as coughs, colds, aches and pains, as well as performing health checks and screenings, treating minor injuries and infections and sometimes prescribing free medicine.

If they can't help, they'll tell you whether you need to see a doctor or where else you could get the best treatment. So, if you've got an illness, injury or condition and need help, visit your local pharmacy first…

Pharmacy first minor ailment scheme offers quick, confidential diagnosis and treatment for the following conditions:

•athlete's foot
•haemorrhoids (piles)
•hay fever
•head lice
•oral thrush in babies
•vaginal thrush

Consultations are always free and confidential, regardless of whether the pharmacist gives you any medication. Ask at your local pharmacy or GP practice if you want to start using this service.

Participating Pharmacy's:

  • Bridgnorth Pharmacy 2 Mill Street Bridgnorth WV15 5AL
  • LLoyds Pharmacy 86 Wolverhampton Road Codsall Wolverhampton WV8 1PE
  • Lloyds Pharmacy Irvine House 9-11 Church Road Codsall WV8 1EA
  • Lloyds Pharmacy 8 Bilbrook Codsall Wolverhampton WV8 1EZ
  • Lloyds Pharmacy 2-3 Anders Square Perton Wolverhampton WV6 7QH
  • Pattingham Pharmacy 1 Meadow View High Street Pattingham WV6 7BD
  • Rhodes TA Ltd 77 High Street Albrighton Wolverhampton WV7 3JA
  • Wombourne Pharmacy 45a Planks Lane Wombourne WV5 8DX
  • Your Local Boots Pharmacy - High Street Wombourne WV5 9DP & 5-6 Giggetty Lane Wombourne WV5 0AW

For more information visit

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