Mossley & Dudley Fields Medical Practice

01922477226 3 Fisher Road , Walsall, West Midlands, WS3 2TA

4 out of 5 stars

Based on 2 ratings for this GP surgery


  • Meningitis C booster vaccines
  • Norovirus
  • Practice Policies


Formerly known as Abbey Square

Our Patient Promise

« We promise to treat everyone as an individual, with no discrimination

« Our patients will be treated as people, not just a medical condition. This means we plan care which emphases the patient’s individual needs with dignity and strict confidentiality.

« The care given will be research-based and delivered to the highest standard.

« We will set standards of care and review them periodically, in the form of audits, and we will act accordingly.

Help us to Help You

« Please let us know if you change your name, address or telephone number.

« Please attend your appointments and arrive on time.

« If you are unable to attend your appointment please cancel your appointment

« Please make an appointment in good time for repeat medication.

« Please do not make requests for home visits particularly night visits unless absolutely necessary i.e. housebound or seriously ill.

« We ask that you treat the doctors and practice staff with courtesy and respect

« Please read our booklet. This will help you to get the best out of the services we offer. It is important that you understand the information given to you. Please ask questions if you are unsure of anything.

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Opening times

Reception times

Monday 07:30 - 18:30
Tuesday 07:30 - 18:30
Wednesday 07:30 - 18:30
Thursday 08:00 - 18:30
Friday 07:30 - 18:30
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Surgery times

Monday 07:30 - 18:30
Tuesday 07:30 - 18:30
Wednesday 07:30 - 18:30
Thursday 08:00 - 18:30
Friday 07:30 - 18:30
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Out of hours

Should you have a genuine medical emergency and require a doctor urgently Monday – Friday before 8am or after 6.30pm or at anytime over the weekend or bank holidays please telephone our out of hours emergency number on 111

Calls to the NHS 111 service are free from both landlines and mobiles



 If you have a life threatening medical emergency please dial 999.”

Last verified on 24/12/2013


  • Dr Candice Stedall

To read more about us and to find other staff members please view our staff page.

GPs at this practice

0 male and 1 female GP

Online facilities

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Latest news

Meningitis C booster vaccines

Are you or someone you know going to University? The Surgery is now offering Meningitis C booster vaccines. Make an appointment with one of our practice nurses or ask at reception for more information

Last updated on 17 July 2014.


Norovirus FAQ

If you are feeling unwell with nausea, diarrhoea, vomiting or general stomach upset, please refrain from visiting the surgery until you are feeling better. Click link for NHS Choices Norovirus page.


What are Noroviruses?

Noroviruses are a group of viruses that are the most common cause of gastroenteritis (stomach bugs) in England and Wales, affecting up to one million people a year. Noroviruses has also been called "winter vomiting viruses", "small round structured viruses" or "Norwalk-like viruses". 

How does it spread?

The virus is easily transmitted from one person to another. It can be transmitted by contact with infected person; by consuming contaminated food or water or by contact with contaminated surfaces or objects.

What are the symptoms?

The symptoms of Norovirus infection will begin around 12 to 48 hours after becoming infected. The illness is self-limiting and the symptoms will last for 12 to 60 hours. They will start with the sudden onset of nausea followed by projectile vomiting, and watery diarrhoea. Some people may have a raised temperature, headaches and aching limbs. Most people make a full recovery within one to two days, however some people (usually the very young or elderly) may become very dehydrated and require hospital treatment.

Why does Norovirus cause outbreaks?

Norovirus often causes outbreaks because it is easily spread from one person to another and the virus is able to survive in the environment for many days. Because there are many different strains of Norovirus, and immunity is short-lived outbreaks tend to affect more than 50 per cent of susceptible people. Outbreaks usually tend to affect people who are in semi-closed environments such as hospitals, nursing homes, schools and on cruise ships.

How can these outbreaks be stopped?

Outbreaks can be difficult to control and long-lasting because Norovirus is easily transmitted from one person to another and the virus can survive in the environment. The most effective way to respond to an outbreak is to disinfect contaminated areas and to institute good hygiene measures including hand-washing and provide advice on food handling and also isolating those infected for up to 48 hours after their symptoms have ceased.

If I'm suffering with Norovirus, how can I prevent others from becoming infected?

Good hygiene is important in preventing others from becoming infected - this includes thorough hand washing before and after contact. Food preparation should also be avoided until three days after symptoms have gone altogether.

When can I visit if I've had the virus/been in contact with someone who has had the virus?

If you have been free of the symptoms mentioned above from more than 48 hours or the person/s you have been in contact with has been free of the symptoms then it is acceptable to visit the surgeryl. If your symptoms are more recent than that we strongly recommend that you don't visit.IF IN ANY DOUBT PLEASE DON'T VISIT.

Last updated on 30 January 2014.

Practice Policies


We ask you for information so that you can receive care and treatment.  This information is recorded on the computer and we are registered under the Data Protection Act.  The practice will ensure that patient confidentiality is maintained at all times by all members of the practice team.  However, for the effective functioning of a multi-disciplinary team it is necessary that medical information about you is shared between members of the team.

Please see the practice leaflet “how we use your health records” which provides full details on:

  • Why the NHS collects information about you and how it is used 
  •  Who we may share information with
  • Your right to see your health records and how we keep your records confidential


You have a right to access your health records.  To do so please contact Estelle Powell who will inform you of the correct procedure and any costs involved.  We have attached our Practice Leaflet for your information

Access to medical records leaflet 


The Freedom of Information Act 2000 obliges the practice to produce a Publication Scheme.  A publication scheme is a guide to the “classes” of information the practice intends to routinely make available.  This scheme is displayed on the notice board in the main waiting room.

Freedom Of Information Publication Scheme



Last updated on 01 November 2012.

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Last updated on 16 July 2012.

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Friends and Family Test score: General Practice

100%Patients recommend this practice. 39 responses.

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Latest reviews of this gp practice


I was a bit surprised that when a chaperone was required because of the area of the body being examined the chaperone was the receptionis...

20 April 2017

Outstanding rating

May I take this opportunity to convey my congratulations to the DR and all of the staff members who work tirelessly to give all their ded...

29 March 2017

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Last updated on 17 July 2014.

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