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Welcome to Brown Clee Medical Practice Online

Please do not telephone the Practice to ask when you will get your Covid vaccination.
The Practice is inundated with patients asking this question, and it is impacting upon their work.
Vaccinations can only be given in accordance with the Government determined priority list, and all patients will be contacted as soon as it is their turn for a vaccination.  
The vaccination programme will take months not weeks.  
Should you have any concerns over the Coronavirus please visit this website for Information:

If you have questions regarding the Coronavirus Vaccinations the following link may answer some of them, please do read the Q&A's.

Coronavirus Vaccine Q&A (For Older Adults)
If you believe you are suffering from the Coronavirus PLEASE do not attend the surgery, use the above link to navigate to 111 online service or if unable call 111 for advice.
Remember to wash your hands frequenty, especially after returning home from public places.
Use tissues (or the crook of your elbow should you not have tissues) to catch coughs and sneezes and dispose of these in a bin immediately.
Thank you for your understanding an co-operation.

The practice is based at Ditton Priors, where all the administration and the major part of our work is conducted. We also have a well equipped branch surgery at Stottesdon that is visited regularly by one of the doctors for consultations. Both the practice buildings are under twenty years old.

We cover a large rural area of over 110 square miles dominated by the Brown Clee and Titterstone Clee Hills. The list size is just over 3500 – allowing us to see patients when they want. The whole practice is proud of its achievements in studies of quality where we rank consistently at the top of all practices in Shropshire. Patient satisfaction surveys consistently rate us very highly.

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We do not rest on our laurels and strive to improve all the time – with enthusiasm we embrace all aspects of technology without losing the personal touch. We have an open attitude regarding errors and strive to learn from these.

(Site updated 06/12/2022)
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