ROH Community Health Hub
The ROH Community Health Hub is a community-based clinic offering musculoskeletal clinics. This is a satelite clinic belonging to The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital.
119 Griffins Brook Lane,
0121 685 4291
Wednesday - Friday
Planning your visit
Your appointment letter contains the details and location of the clinic you are attending. Information on planning your visit can be found in the sections below.
If you are unable to attend your appointment or would like to change it please let us know as early as possible. This will allow us to reschedule your appointment and offer your cancelled appointment slot to someone else. If you do not inform us you cannot attend, your referral may be returned to your GP which will mean a longer wait for you.
Getting here by car
Our address is: 119 Griffins Brook Lane, Borunville, Birmingham, B30 1QN
Depending on where you are travelling from, you may need to drive through the Birmingham Clean Air Zone to get to us.
Free car parking is available on site at The Royal Orthopaedic Community Health Hub, however, spaces are limited. On-street parking is also available nearby. Parking is also available at the bottom of Alder Lane.
Getting here by public transport
The nearest train station to The Royal Orthopaedic Community Health Hub is Selly Oak Station, this is approximately 1.4 miles away from the Community Health Hub and is a 4 minute drive should you choose to get a taxi from Selly Oak Station.
The National Express West Midlands bus service runs along the Bristol Road South / A38.
The bus stops are approximately 3-5 minutes’ walk to The ROH Community Health Hub.There is a cut-through that you can walk along from the Bristol Road to avoid needing to walk all along Griffins Brook Lane to get to us.
Plan your bus journey using the Network West Midlands Journey Planner.
When you arrive for your appointment visit the reception desk where you can be checked in. If you need to ask any questions, talk to your receptionist.
Please be aware that you may not always be seen by the consultant named on your letter but by a member of their team. Who you see will depend on your specific requirements. All of our staff are experienced and professional and will make sure you receive the best care possible.
If you are attending a meeting, in general the meeting organiser will provide directions on where to come when arrivingl.
Please ensure you have the name, telephone number and department of the person you are visiting for a meeting.
If you have accessbility requirements, please inform the host of your meeting who can make arrangements to support you. You can also view our accessbility guides.