Appointments can be made by telephone or at reception during surgery opening times. Please tell the receptionist if you will need an appointment longer than 10 minutes. Please let us know as soon as possible if for any reason you cannot keep your appointment.
Please phone before 10am and tell the receptionist if your problem is urgent and you think you need to see a doctor on the same day.
We are taking patients from a catchment area. All new patients are offered an appointment with the practice nurse before joining and will be required to fill in the relevant forms. Bring your medical card, proof of identity (e.g. passport) and proof of address (e.g. council tax bill) with you. All newly registered patients need to have a full health check with the nurse before registration is complete.
Please fill in this form and bring it to the reception to register with the surgery.
Prescription blister packs and batch prescriiptions of your prescription medication are now available from your nominated pharmacist. This is a direct arrangement between you and your pharmacist and make an appointment to see your GP for your medication review is due.
Please allow 2 working day (48hrs) to order
NB: It is up to your pharmacist to remind you when your prescriptions are due and NOT your GP
YOU STILL NEED TO MAKE YOUR USUAL NURSES APPOINTMENT FOR THE BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKS OR BLOOD TEST
In event of an emergency go to your nearest A & E or telephone for ambulance on 999
Between 6.30pm and 8am on weekdays and 24 hours at weekends if you need medical assistance and cannot wait until surgery reopens please contact NHS 111. Telephone 111.
BarnDOC offers cover for patients who are registered with our practice when the practice is closed.
Contact BarnDOC on 020 8865 0350