We are continuing to limit the number of patients attending the practice in order to try and reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19. For this reason, initial consultations are conducted via the telephone or online. If a clinician feels that you need to be seen face to face, they will arrange a time with you to attend the surgery
Current ways to access the Clinical team (Doctors / Nurses / Pharmacists)
Telephone Advice Line
Every weekday between 8am and 10am you can telephone the practice (020 8670 6878) and speak to a doctor.
Although sometimes it may sound as if there is a long queue of patients in front of you, there are usually lots of doctors available to answer the phones, so the queue moves quickly.
Medication Advice Line
Every weekday between 8am and 10am you can contact the Medication Advice Line on 020 8655 9234 and speak to a Practice Pharmacist.
Bookable telephone appointments
Telephone appointments are available to book with a GP, Physician’s Associate or Practice Nurse. These are at a specific time when we will call you back. Please ensure that we have your correct phone number and that you are available to receive the call when we ring you.
To book a Telephone appointment
- If you have already registered for online access, then you can Book online via our Online Services. If not yet registered, then please register using our online form.
- Telephone our appointments line on 020 8670 6878
To cancel an appointment
We always have patients waiting to see a doctor or nurse and cannot afford to waste an appointment, so please cancel if you no longer require the slot you have booked.
- Please phone 020 8655 9191 (24 hour automatic voicemail for cancellations) Or complete our online form
If you think that your medical query can be dealt with online without speaking to anybody then please use our online Consulting Room.
And then choose one of the following options
- Get Medical Advice and Treatment from a Doctor (includes a Physician Associate)
- Get Medical Advice and Treatment from a Nurse
- Get Medical Advice and Treatment from a Pharmacist
We aim to respond within one working day
You may also seek online advice from NHS111 Online
For any medication requests, please visit Prescriptions and Medicines Centre.
If you are housebound and need to see a doctor, please call the Telephone Advice Line (020 8670 6878) between 8 and 10am and select the option to speak to a doctor. If it is after 10am, please talk to our receptionists on the same number.
Treatment room slots, e.g. for dressings and injections, are bookable through reception (020 8670 6878)
Please see the following for advice on what clinics can be booked with our practice nurses. please visit Clinics & Services.
Monitoring and treatment of long term conditions (diabetes, asthma, blood pressure etc)
Please visit the Clinics & Services page.