Bath Street Medical Centre

About Bath Street Medical Centre

The surgery was established in Sedgley in 1971. Dr Sarkar originally transformed the surgery from a butchers shop to a small surgery and lived above the premises with his family.

The practice expanded over the years which required the premises to be extended and the services offered by the practice developed.

Disabled access and toilet for wheelchair users
Baby changing Facilities

Car Parking

The Surgery Team

There are currently two male doctors at the practice along with a female nurse practitioner and practice nurse. We have between us enhanced skills in diabetes, asthma, minor operations and offer a range of disease management and health promotion clinics including weight management.

The surgery employs 10 staff members and also offers community health visitor, midwifery services and councelling within the practice. The surgery also offers services to housebound patients in the community.

We believe that respect and dignity are the right of everyone, staff patients and members of the public, all information about our patients is strictly confidential and complies with the data protection act.

Mission Statement

To Develop and maintain a practice where staff value each other and patients to ultimately provide a better experience and service for all our patients.