Lordswood House Practice

Lordswood House medical practice was purpose-built in 1972 and re-built in 1997. The building is owned by the partners. There are sixteen consulting rooms and a suite of five rooms for nursing and minor surgical procedures. The Midlands Research Unit of the Royal College of General Practitioners occupies part of the first floor together with the District Nurses, Health Visitors and a Social Worker. This allows easy communication between the medical and community nursing teams, ensuring that the continuity of care we value is maintained.