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Have you booked your holiday yet? 

Please remember to speak to the surgery well in advance of you going abroad for your holidays as some vaccinations need to be given six weeks or more in advance to take effect. We do not stock all vaccinations as they have to be ordered in due to 'shelf-life' and can add time onto the process.

Pick up our revised 'Travel' form from reception or speak to our staff for help and guidance.


We are a General Practice in Redditch with Three regular Doctors 

Dr. G. Caranci - Fulltime

Dr. G. Tayara - Fulltime

Dr. T. Franklin -  Part time.

As a training practice we also normally have one GP registrar (a doctor undertaking training to be a GP), who will change every 6 to 12 months.

From time to time we may also use locum GP's. 

We aim to provide balance between caring for illness and promoting good health in a relaxed family atmosphere.

We have a special interest in child health, diabetes, asthma,family planning and female health. 

The Bridge Surgery opened in 1988 and is a purpose built surgery situated in Headless Cross, with good access from most parts of Redditch, by public transport. The building was extended in 1996 to further improve facilities available for our patients. We have our own car park. A ramp and toilet are available for the disabled.


Find out when our practice is open, what the GP consulting times are and what to do if you need help when the practice is closed. Find out more


We offer an online ordering for repeat prescriptions, details in our Prescriptions page.


Social Prescribing helps you to explore extra services that may support you to improve your health, wellbeing and independence.

The above link details how the practice is working with our partners in the area to promote best practice for you our patients.




(Site updated 18/11/2019)
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