Accredited Training Practice

We are pleased to announce that Park Avenue Medical Centre & Kings Heath Health has been accepted and granted training status to train GP Registrars.

Being a Training Practice is a mark of quality and practices have to go through a rigorous selection process before they can receive GP Registrars. 

We will be involved in the training process of these GP Registrars who are experienced doctors and who have decided on a career in General Practice. Before they come to the practice they have worked for several years as hospital doctors and are learning to adapt their medical skills and knowledge to the General Practice environment.

As part of their three-year training to become general practitioners they undergo regular supervision and assessments. The GP registrar is encouraged to take on long-term problems which are presented by the patient to him/her, in association with the patient's own doctor.

This is an excellent opportunity for us to ensure sustainability and continuity of NHS Primary Care by training the GPs of the future.

CCTV @ Park Avenue Medical Centre

Over the last few months, the surgery has experienced an increased amount of property damage externally to the practice and fly tipping.   

Please be advised that the car park is for patients parking only (at their own risk) and CCTV is in operation. 

We would ask for your support in reporting any damage you witness to the Practice Management.

New - Patient Triage

Patient Triage - On the day acute illnesses

  • No queing in a phone line
  • Responses within 2 working days
  • No account set up needed
  • Medical Issues
    • simply complete 5 questions with option of uploaded photos
  • Administration Queries
    • Fit Note (Sick)
    • Doctors Letters
    • Referral questions

Open Monday to Friday from 8am to 3pm (excluding Bank Holidays)


Click on the Patient Triage Form button (to your right) 


Updated Guidance for Maternity - 19th February 2022

Maternity (

Important changes to our Maternity Services

For pregnant people - your birth partner can accompany you to all your appointments including your scans and throughout your labour. Your birth partner can also attend the ward by appointment only. Please speak to the midwife on your admission to hospital for further information.

  • Pregnant people and their support partner are encouraged to have a lateral flow test up to 3 days (72hrs) before appointments. For further information on how to obtain lateral flow test please visit
  • If the support partner has a positive test or is displaying symptoms of COVID-19 they are asked to remain at home and self-isolate in line with government guidance
  • For scans and appointments - in the event the waiting areas being full, support partners may be asked to wait outside for a short while
  • One support partner can attend delivery suite at all times

If you have any concerns, please speak to your midwife.

Please note: plans are subject to change depending on local levels of COVID-19 infections and national guidance.

Access the form

The form takes about 15 minutes to complete and you need to have ready at hand your full name, date of birth, address, email address, mobile phone number and NHS number.
If you have any difficulty or require any assistance with completing the form, please contact 01604 545430 (Monday- Friday 8:30-16:00).
Contacting us about your pregnancy

Please e-mail your name and contact information to

Or you can call 01604 545430 between Mondays (8:30am - 16:30) and Tuesday - Friday, lines are open between 8.30am - 17:30 (closed on Bank Holidays).