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FLU VACCINE: Please call the surgery to book your flu vaccination..




We are still seeing patients face to face.


Please discuss your medical problem with a doctor or a nurse on the phone before coming to the practice.


You will not be able to enter the building to see a doctor or nurse unless this has been arranged in advance. This is to safeguard the most vulnerable members of the community so that they can safely attend the practice

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Diabetes Webinar:
  • Do you suffer from Diabetes? 
  • Are you struggling to control your Diabetes? 
  • Do you have questions you would like to ask your GP?

We have just what you need! 

This 26th of October join us on our webinar for Diabetes UK - Presented by Dr Neel Basudev
Please email london@diabetes.org.uk with 'Webinar' in the
subject title by 5pm on 23 October to receive the registration link

Diabetes


Flu vaccine is the best way to protect you and your family from potentially serious complications from flu. Schedule an appointment for your flu vaccine today on 02030494600.
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We are now registering patients: please submit a form online and takes 48 hours to proce

We are still seeing patients face to face.

Please discuss your medical problem with a doctor or a nurse on the phone before coming to the practice.

You will not be able to enter the building to see a doctor or nurse unless this has been arranged in advance. This is to safeguard the most vulnerable members of the community so that they can safely attend the practice.


30.09.2020:  Surgery Closed this afternoon for Staff Training: We shall be closed for staff training this afternoon between 12.30pm – 6.30pm. The surgery will resume as normal on Thursday 1st October @8am.


If the reason that you are calling is URGENT and cannot wait until tomorrow then please call 020 8175 0143 and you will speak to a GP who will assess your problem and arrange appropriate care. If your call is not urgent then use the E-consult link found on the home page, where your query will be dealt with when the practice re-opens.


In a medical emergency, please telephone 999 or for advice, telephone 111


01.10.2020: FLU VACCINE

Getting your flu vaccine is more important than ever this year. Flu vaccine helps to protect you and your loved ones from flu and can also reduce the burden on hospitals and healthcare systems. ' DO YOUR PART AND GET VACCINATED' For more information click here

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Special Letter for our Patients:

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Patient Questionnaire

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Unwell over the weekend?

Check out the 'When we are closed' section to see where to look for advice.


 

Busy schedule? Looking for an advanced booking, evening or weekend appointment?

If we do not have any appointments left or the times of the appointments are not suitable for you, you will be offered an appointment or telephone consultation with the GP ACCESS HUBS in one of the four locations across Lambeth. Go to our Appointments page to find out more. 


 

Recent Updates 

DNA Testing 

Private DNA testing by the same accredited team which carries out DNA testing for the Jeremy Kyle show is now available here on Mondays and Thursdays click here for booking info  http://www.alphabiolabs.co.uk/

Alpha


Dear patients,

We are changing our appointment and access system in line with national guidance with immediate effect. All patients are requested NOT TO ATTEND THE SURGERY unless triaged to do so by a clinician.

Therefore please DO NOT QUEUE UP in the morning for same day GP appointments as our DOORS WILL BE CLOSED. Alternatively you can use other access methods such as phone, online and e-Consult.

  • Did you know that almost 2 in 10 appointments are wasted at our surgery due to failure to attend? please read our new DNA policy

  • Any comments? We would love to hear from you if you have any feedback or suggestions regarding our services and website. Fill in the form to get in touch!

  • To register for online access to your medical records, come to the surgery with your ID to request access to your TEST RESULTS, MEDICAL HISTORY and IMMUNISATIONS.

  • Lambeth CCG no longer supports the routine prescribing of medications for short-term illnesses, minor conditions and health supplements available over the counter.

  • The following travel vaccinations and malaria prevention will not be prescribed on the NHS: 

  • hepatitis B, meningitis ACWY135, yellow fever, Japanese B encephalitis, tick-borne encephalitis, rabies. 

  1. Position Statement. 
  2. Pharmacies providing Travel Services

 

 
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