Clinics and Services
There is a district nurse team allocated to the practice. They provide nursing care for those patients of all age groups in their own home, to those patients who are housebound and need long term care, wound/ulcer dressing, insulin injections and care of patients who may be terminally ill.
The district nurses liaise with your doctor, other members of the healthcare team and social services to ensure the best possible care is provided.
If you would like to be referred to a District Nurse, please ask your GP.
The health visitors give advice on preventative health. They have expertise in a wide range of healthcare fields, particularly those concerning expectant mothers and young children. They can be contacted on 020 8714 2750 or by ringing the Byron Centre on 020 8660 3915.
Community Midwife – by appointment
The community midwife’s antenatal clinic is run from the Byron Centre. The midwives can be contacted on 020 8401 3171 for advice. We have antenatal appointments at the practice for those expectant mothers who need to been seen by the GP and you will be told at what weeks during pregnancy you need to see the GP.
(including emergency contraception)
General Health Advice
The nurse can also give you general health advice if that is all you require.
The practice offers a number of clinics associated with chronic illness and patients will either be invited to attend or be referred by their GP as appropriate.
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday (with the nurse)
Asthma & COPD
Wednesday (with the nurse)
Mother & Baby Checks
These are carried out during a GP appointment when the baby is 6-8 weeks old. The immunisations necessary will be done by the nurse at a separate appointment.
These are the routine vaccinations that are offered free of charge on the NHS to all babies and children in the UK which are provided by the practice. Other vaccines as your child gets older are provided at school.
If you require travel vaccinations please make an appointment six weeks prior to travel. A charge will be made for certain immunisations that are not covered by the NHS. Find out more in our Travel Room.
Every other Thursday in the afternoon.
We offer a blood test service at the practice between 07.30 and 11.30 Monday, Wednesday and Friday each week. You must be referred by the GP or nurse to have a blood test and you must contact the surgery to book your appointment. Remember to bring your blood form along with you to your appointment.
You can book your appointment online as long as you have got a blood test form.
Every three weeks the practice holds a cryotherapy clinic where liquid nitrogen is used to freeze off minor growths such as warts etc. This is an appointment only clinic.
This clinic takes place on Mondays from 14.30 to 16.30. Please ask reception for more information about this clinic.
Certain services such as private sick notes, insurance claim forms, some medical examinations and travel vaccinations are not covered by the NHS and the practice will charge a fee for the provision of these services in line with the recommended BMA rates.
For more information on services and fees payable, please view our fees for non-NHS services and certificates.