For valuable support to give up smoking click on the stoptober page below. There are over £100 worth of free stop smoking medications!
A&E services are changing at Central Middlesex Hospital and Hammersmith Hospital
For more information click on the Opening Times tab and then the 'when we are closed' tab.
Due to a national shortage we will have no childrens' typhoid and no Yellow Fever vaccines until September 2014.
Did you know we offer evening appointments from 18.30-20.30 on Mondays and Tuesdays? You can book these through reception but not online.
In your last 3 months (3rd trimester)?
Please make an appointment for your whooping cough vaccination.
Put Patient First: Back General Practice. This is a campaign by the Royal College of General Practitioners.
For more details see:http://www.rcgp.org.uk/policy/put-patients-first.aspx
This is a new service to help people with long term conditions. Find out more.
We are sorry but our doctors can no longer countersign passport applications.
The Identity and Passport Office have changed the rules about who can countersign. GPs can only countersign if they are a personal friend of the applicant.
See www.direct.gov.uk for more information.
Phlebotomy (bloods) Service
There is a walk-in service for blood tests between 8.30am - 11.30am Monday to Friday. Patients are seen in order of arrival. You can book an appointment for a fasting blood test or a Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT) if you doctor has requested these tests; these patients are seen out of order, at the time of their appointment.
Please wait for one week before telephoning for your test results. This allows time for the result to come back to the practice from the hospital, and for your doctor to check it. Please call between 10am and 4.30pm to request your results. (we are closed between 1pm - 2pm). A receptionist will ask one of our practice nurses to call you back on the same day. Make sure we have the correct telephone number for you.
Free prescriptions for cancer patients
From 1st April 2009 cancer patients in England are entitled to free prescriptions. Apply for an exemption certificate by collecting an application form from your GP or oncology clinic now.
Do you need help to get to GP/Hospital appointments? Westminster Health Link can help.
Flyer and Application Form