This website uses cookies to function correctly.
You may delete cookies at any time but doing so may result in some parts of the site not working correctly.

Patient Information (including Flu clinic information)

Why have you flu vaccination at your GP surgery?

We offer a setting where we can check your medical records and make sure you get the most suitable vaccine

-    We can check your medical records to see what else you may be eligible for at the same time, eg shingles or pneumococcal vaccinations and get everything done in one visit

-        We can offer protection for those who may be forgetful by reducing the risk of duplication in vaccines being administered

-        We offer a fast, efficient and friendly no appointment needed Flu Clinic (12 October) – where your records can be checked and other necessary checks can be made at the same time

-        We can ensure continuity of care for our patients and carers as we know you already


We have already ordered a flu vaccination for all of our eligible patients.  Our first lot of vaccines for anyone 65 years and over are here already!

Please note that we have to order vaccine well in advance of flu season and assure NHS England that we have enough vaccines for every eligible patient

We have to buy these vaccines for you and we can only return a limited number that go unused, the rest have to be paid for by the surgery. 

Please contact us to make an appointment, or book online into one of our flu clinics.

Alzheimer's society Carers information support programme 2 - if you would like to attend please see our home page or visit facebook/twitter


Cancer useful contacts - as compiled by Friends of Ridgeway Surgery PPG (Nov 2018)

Cancer support - useful contacts

'Let's Get Healthy' provides information on lifestyle changes

Provides information on local health and social care services

Provides information regards how to find out about activities, clubs, support, health services and much more in Dudley Borough and surrounding areas

FREE online counselling and support service available to all young people in Dudley aged 11-18 years of age  


Thrive into Work

The Thrive Into Work programme is an experimental trial, testing a new employment support service for people with a health condition.  

For more information go to :Thrive Into Work - patient leaflet


Minor Eye Conditions Service : You can now be seen at a participating opticians for recent minor eye conditions, for further details including a list of conditions treated please read this leaflet : Minor Eye Conditions Service - patient leaflet


Musculosketal Practitioner appointments : From 15th October we will be offering appointments with a Musculosketal Practitioner for joint pain conditions.  For a list of conditions that are directly bookable please read this poster:    Musculoskeletal Practitioner conditions treated


Minor Ailments - Such as Cough  Fever (High  temperature)  Conjunctivitis  Earache, Pain and Headache Athletes Foot  Bites, Stings and Allergies  Cold and Flu  Cold Sores  Constipation  Cystitis  Diarrhoea  Dry Skin (Simple Eczema)  Dermatitis/Allergic Rash  Earwax  Hayfever  Heartburn and Indigestion  Haemorrhoids  Infant Decongestant  Mouth Ulcers and Teething  Nappy Rash  Oral Thrush  Scabies  Sore Throat  Sprains and Strains Sunburn  Threadworm  Vaginal Thrush  Warts and Verrucae

Lloyds Pharmacy next door are part of a new service offering advice for these conditions - for a list of other pharmacies to go Pharmacy First pharmacies


Measles Outbreak Information

For further information regards Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) vaccine please go to MMR patient leaflet 

Measles patient leaflet (Romanian)

If you think you may have measles please contact the surgery immediately.


 Childhood Influenza Vaccine 
For more information regards the vaccine click the following link: Childhood Flu Leaflet

Activities in Sedgley - complied by Friends of Ridgeway Surgery PPG Group (Oct 2018)


 Carers support courses run by Alzheimer's Society can be found her : Carer's Support Courses 2019

Yellow card scheme

We can all help make medicine safer by reporting any side effects we experience, using the Yellow Card Scheme, a platform set up to help collect and evaluate reports of Adverse Drug Reactions, where you can report Adverse Drug Reactions you have experienced, or report on behalf of someone else. These are then submitted to the Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency (MHRA) for review.


Call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergencyNHS ChoicesThis site is brought to you by My Surgery Website