Isolation Notes

Use this service if you have to stay at home because of coronavirus and you need a note for your employer.

If you have to stay at home but feel well enough to work, ask your employer if you can work from home. If you can work from home, you will not need an isolation note.

You can also use this service for someone else: Click Here

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Practice Survey
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Web Access

Sign up for on-line repeat prescriptions & appointments! Pop in for more information and to get your login details.

Patient Arrival Screen

You can mark yourself as having arrived for your appointment yourself by using the screen in reception; the screen will tell you which waiting room to go to.

chdBaby Clinic
Is held every Tuesday afternoons from 2pm with a doctor and nurse where child immunisations are offered. 

Minor Ailments- a Community Pharmacy service to treat minor ailments 
If you would like to see someone without waiting for an appointment, your local community pharmacist can help. Please check with reception to see if you are eligible for direct referral to this Scheme. If you are you will be given a referral form to take into Boutalls Chemist (two doors away) at 60 Lamb’s Conduit Street. 

Bengali Advocate 
Shamina Ali is in attendance at the surgery on Monday and Wednesday afternoons.  She is able to interpret from Bengali to English during your consultation.  Please let reception know if you would like her to assist you by booking a double appointment for the clinic.

Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) 
The Sick Children’s Trust ‘Home from Home’ offer accommodation to parents and siblings of children who are being treated as in-patients at GOSH. Due to the close proximity of the Hospital to the Practice, we have agreed to see the family members of sick in-patients (who need temporary medical treatment), if they are visiting their sick children in hospital and therefore cannot get to their own GP for treatment. To include very recent post-partum mums in hospital; shared postnatal care. 

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