WOULD YOU LIKE A TELEPHONE CONSULTATION WITH A GP WITHOUT HAVING TO CALL THE SURGERY?
You can get a telephone consultation with our GP within 24-48 hours by completing the form on the link below.
Please complete the form as fully as possible.
1.Temperature check at the door. If higher than 37.5 Celcius, you won't be allowed in the surgery.
If any patient refuses to co-operate, he/she will not be allowed entry.
|Need to see a doctor in the evening or at the weekend??
CALL: 0203 - 770 - 1888
Appointments line is open at the following times:
2 - 9 pm Monday - Friday
9 am - 5 pm Weekends and Bank Holidays.
Appointments will be made either at Newbury Park Health Centre or Fulwell Cross Health Centre at the following times:
6.30 - 10 pm Monday - Friday
9 am - 5 pm Saturday
9 am - 1 pm Sunday (outside of these hours please call 111)
For queries, blood test and X-Ray reports you can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Access to the surgery is purpose built to facilitate patients in wheelchairs. There is also a ground floor toilet suitable for disabled persons. However, prams and pushchairs can cause obstruction and so we ask you to leave these items outside when you call in to the surgery. There is a bar that you can lock your pushchair to.
HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS AND REFERRALS DURING COVID
Patients awaiting new hospital appointments or follow up hospital appointments, please DO NOT CALL THE SURGERY - as we have no control over hospital appointments especially during the Pandemic. Thanks.
FLU AND COVID co-exist in the community
During the upcoming flu season, patients are at risk of both flu and COVID. Although there is no vaccine for COVID as yet, we can protect ourselves from Flu by taking the flu vaccine in time. Screening studies report more cases of co-infection, suggesting that unless screening patients with COVID-19, the co-infection remains undiagnosed and underestimated.
Influenza vaccine for the larger population groups can be recommended to simplify clinicians' work, for the foreseen second wave of COVID-19, which is expected to evolve in September/October, the start date of influenza season.
Patient Participation Group
The practice has a well established Patient Participation Group (PPG)
This practice operates a 'Zero Tolerance’ policy.
In line with NHS Guidelines, the practice may remove a patient from the list if threatening or violent behaviour occurs.