How To Book An Appointment

For non-urgent issues, please follow the guidelines below and choose the right service. An appointment may not be necessary.

This will help us to be more efficient by making an appointment available to you when you need it the most.

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Pharmacy & Self-Care

Did you know? - Your pharmacy can advise you on minor illnesses without the need for an appointment. Please speak to a pharmacist first.

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Pharmacy & Self-Care

Pharmacists are qualified healthcare professionals who can offer clinical advice, over the counter medicines and their use, to effectively and safely manage a range of minor health concerns. They can also help you to decide whether you'll need to see a doctor. You don't need an appointment and you won't even be asked to make a purchase. Every pharmacy also has a private consultation area for you to talk about your symptoms in private if you prefer.


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Book a Routine Appointment

Routine appointments can be booked between 1 and 4 weeks in advance.

If you need to book an appointment regarding a chronic disease review e.g. Diabetes/ Asthma/ COPD/ Heart failure/ Hypertension or you need a medication review then please call the surgery and the reception team will be happy to book you in with the correct clinician. These reviews are done by either our Practice Nurses, Healthcare Assistants or Practice Pharmacists and reception can book you the correct length of appointment with the correct team member. 

If you have a musculoskeletal problem you can book directly with a First Contact Physiotherapist for a face-to-face appointment via Reception. Appointments are usually available within a few days. 

GP face-to-face and telephone appointments are bookable via the options below:

Find further information about cancelling your appointment

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Urgent but NOT life-threatening

If you feel that your problem is urgent, you should tell the receptionist and every effort will be made for you to be seen the same day.

If the doctor needs to see you in person or you would prefer a face-to-face appointment, we will invite you to come in.

Please help us by telephoning 0208 693 4715 before coming to the practice.

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Life Threatening - Go to A&E

If you or someone you know has a life-threatening condition, such as loss of consciousness, a sudden confused state, chest pain, breathing difficulties etc, you should call 999.

Call 999 or Go to A&E now if:

  • You or someone you know needs immediate help.
  • You have seriously harmed yourself – for example, by taking a drug overdose.

A mental health emergency should be taken as seriously as a medical emergency.

Find your nearest A&E

Antenatal Self-Referral

Our local hospitals ask that you self-refer for antenatal care:

There is no need to see a GP unless you have a specific concern.