You can make an appointment via the following ways:
- By visiting our surgery to book a pre-booked appointment (not on the day appointment)
- By using the NHS app
- Booking an appointment via Patient Access. You will need to be registered for our online services.
- By calling the practice on 020 8803 6705
Please contact the practice on 020 8803 6705 (call at 09:00 for on the day morning appointments and 15:30 for on the day afternoon appointments), these appointments are subject to availability and will be booked with the first available doctor.
To request a particular GP you must contact the surgery to pre-book the appointment. The clinician will operate a triage system therefore the clinician will hold a telephone or video consultation and will call the patient into the surgery if necessary or signpost them to the required service. Patients may also find it easier and quicker to complete an eConsult request.
Patients can call the surgery and book a telephone appointment. Some telephone appointments are available to be booked online, please ensure that we have an up to date contact number for you. If you need to update your details, please complete an online eConsult request or write to us.
The clinician will hold a telephone or video consultation and will then if necessary will call the patient into the surgery or signpost them to the required service. Patients may also use the eConsult.
Please note, when visiting the surgery social distancing rules must be respected and a face covering must be worn (unless exempt).
Practice Nurse and Services
To book an appointment with a nurse, please contact the surgery by telephone.
An appointment booked in advance is required in order to see our practice nurse who is qualified to do basic medical screening, asthma and diabetes checks, blood pressure measurement, contraceptive advice, cervical smear, dressing, injections, child and adult immunisations, post natal checks, travel vaccinations and other nursing procedures.
It is essential the you keep your appointment for regular cervical smear as these can detect cancer at a very early and curable stage.
It is important that you have your blood pressure checked every time a prescription for the contraceptive pill or HRT is renewed.
The practice nurse will not issue other types of repeat prescriptions.