Noticeboard

The surgery will be closed for all staff training on Wednesday 29th September 2021 from 12.30-6.30

You will still need to wear a face covering in this building after July 19th. Our methods for booking a call to speak to a GP are still the same as below.

The surgery has made changes to the appointment system & are doing online consultations via eConsult on the link on the home page or via NHS app & telephone triage only for those who do not have internet access. The request will be triaged by a doctor/nurse who will invite you to come to the surgery if you have something that can't be dealt with on the phone or via a video link. Thank you for your support during these stressful times.

Due to the Recent outbreak of Coronavirus: if you have got a new cough or high temperature/fever or Flu like symptoms. NHS advice is not to come down to the surgery but use NHS 111 Covid webpage https://111.nhs.uk/covid-19 or ASK NHS app' to assess your symptoms.

The Phlebotomy service at the surgery is not managed or run by the surgery.

This is a separate service for all patients to use and is run by Lewisham & Greenwich trust.

The clinic runs from 8.30am to 4.15pm and due the current pandemic has be changed from walk in to appointment only.

To book an appointment please call 0208 333 3217 Mon-Fri 8am-4pm, this is a manned telephone service running  for patients to call to book an appointment at the next available date & time.

Please do not call the surgery reception team to discuss booking an appointment or if you are having difficulty getting through as this service is not managed or run by the surgery. Therefore the staff @ the surgery will not be able to help you or answer your query. 

When collecting your test request form from the surgery you will be asked to provide ID. We do not give forms to someone on your behalf unless they have been given legal rights to access to your information, records or act on your behalf. As part of GDPR guidance we ask for ID to be shown to protect your information from being given to the wrong person.

 
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