Appointments Information

How to Make an Appointment

Our healthcare team comprises a wide range of professionals.

For day to day appointments you might be seen by either a nurse or a doctor depending on the nature of the problem. Our practice nurse team are specially trained to assess and treat a wide range of health conditions meaning that it will not always be necessary to see a doctor.

On the dayPatients can book an appointment on the day from 9:00am by calling 020 8964 9990 or by calling into the practice.
Commuter SurgeriesNot able to see the doctor outside of working hours? Late surgeries are available by pre-booked appointment to see the Doctor or Practice Nurse.
Telephone ConsultationsFor help and advice, call us on 020 8964 9990.
Nurse AppointmentsThe Practice Nurses can help you with a range of issues from health management to vaccinations.
Book in AdvanceWe reserve a few appointments for advance booking. Please phone the practice on 020 8964 9990 for more information.
Out of HoursIf you have an urgent health problem which cannot wait until the surgery is open please call 111.
Online ServicesPatients can book appointments up to 2 weeks in advance and from 8pm the night before using our online booking system.

Continuity of Care

For your safety it is better for you to consult with your registered doctor for on-going problems or with the doctor who has been dealing with your problem. Therefore, unless it is an emergency and where possible, please ask to consult with the doctor who is dealing with your problem.

Doctors in Training

The Surgery is proud to be an approved GP Training Practice which means we train qualified doctors who are specialising in general practice. Therefore, from time to time your registered doctor may be supervising a trainee doctor, so you may get an appointment with one of or trainees.

If you would prefer not to consult with our trainee doctor please inform your GP or Reception.

Home Visits

It is clinically better for you to be seen at the surgery where we have better facilities, diagnostic aids and lighting to assess you.

Home visits are for housebound patients and for those too ill to attend the surgery. Home visits are not for those who do not have transport.

If you need a home visit please contact the surgery before 10.30am and give one of our receptionists details to enable the doctor to judge whether a home visit is appropriate and the urgency of your needs. Home visits will be directed to your own GP where possible.

Online Appointments

Relevant Pages:

  • Emergencies
  • How to cancel an appointment
  • Make the best out of your appointment
  • Out of Hours
  • Triage Service