Please do not contact your GP for a COVID-19 vaccine

The first phase of the NHS Covid-19 vaccination programme has started. When it is the right time you will receive an invitation to come forward. For most people this will be a letter, either from your GP or the national NHS. This letter will include all the information you will need to book appointments, including your NHS number. Please do not contact the NHS to get an appointment until you get this letter. Information on the vaccine is available on here:


Please follow the government guidelines and do not come into the surgery, and make use of our online services or contact us by telephone.

If you are asked to come in, or have no access to any of the above means of contact then to help protect our patients and our staff we are asking that you attend alone or with no more than one other person to help you. On arrival you will be asked to speak to a member of staff through an internal window so that we can direct you most appropriately.

How to access your GP practice

What is eConsult?

eConsult enables NHS based GP practices to offer online consultations to their patients. This allows patients to submit their symptoms or requests to their own GP electronically and offers around the clock NHS self-help information, signposting to services, and a symptom checker.

eConsult is the most widely used digital triage tool in NHS primary care, built by NHS GPs for NHS patients, designed to enhance patient access, improve practice efficiencies and signpost patients to the right place at the right time for their care. Live in 3125 NHS practices, eConsult gives millions of patients access to their own GP online.

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During the pandemic, we are working hard to make sure all adults and babies still receive their routine vaccinations. When you visit us, things may be a little different: social distancing and infection prevention control measures are in place. This is all to keep you and staff safe.

If your Child is due a vaccination, contact us today to book an appointment with the nurse.



Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, we are limiting access to the Surgery. If you would like to register with us please click on the link below and complete your registration online.

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Your Good Health

Access to a wide range of healthcare services is a key element of a good local practice. We don’t just want to see you when you’re ill, we want to make sure you stay healthy too. Check out how we can cover both bases with our clinics and services.

Our professional team will ensure you receive the best attention at all times whether you’re attending a specialist clinic or a routine appointment. If you are new to the area registration is easy and comes with the comfort of discretion and confidentiality assured.

Student Health Service

For Queen Mary University of London students. Please follow this link for information regarding the Student Health Service.

Important information about the coronavirus (COVID-19)

The latest information on Coronavirus infection can be found on

These are the main symptoms of coronavirus

A high temperature – this means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature)

A new, continuous cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual) 

You can't cope with your symptoms at home or your condition gets worst contact NHS 111


Prescription request during the Coronavirus outbreak


Minimising non-urgent visits to the practice- Wherever possible we are asking patients to order their repeat medicine using the NHS App which can be downloaded here. Please also nominate a pharmacy to receive your prescription electronically instead of coming to the reception to collect. For patients who are unable to order online we have a request a box in the entrance to the surgery.










(Site updated 11/12/2020)
For appointments and prescriptions please use the Online Services link above. Alternatively, just click here.
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