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Click here to Access the on-line appointment system

Patients are reminded that they can have on-line access so you can organise your medical centre activities (booking appointments or requesting repeat prescriptions) at a time that is convenient to you.

Remember that on-the-day appointments are released on-line for patients every day-so you can book your own appointment on-line rather telephone the practice during the busiest periods.  You can also book telephone aconsultations to speak to a GP about an on-going issue.  Telephone consultations are not 'Face to Face' so make sure you book the correct appointment.

Speak to a Receptionist about how to obtain an on-line account.

To promote national self care week (14th to 20th November 2016) we have provided information to support you to self care. See the SELF CARE section to the right.

Do the HOW ARE YOU QUIZ .

 TELEPHONE CONSULTATIONS

TELEPHONE CONSULTATIONS WITH GPs ARE FOR 5 MINUTES AND ARE NOT FACE TO FACE APPOINTMENTS.  THESE TELEPHONE APPOINTMENTS ARE BEST USED TO TALK ABOUT TEST RESULTS OR TO FOLLOW UP ON SIMPLE ISSUES.  Please DO NOT ATTEND TELEPHONE APPOINTMENTS as the doctor may be working at a different location and may not be at the Practice that day.

Note about the Telephone system

The telephone system can handle more simultaneous callers in the morning when we are very busy and it will let patients know where they are in the queue. Patients can leave messages when the queries about their blood results or if they have a questions about a referral.

Blood test and other queries line: Contact the practice between 09:30 – 13:00 Monday to Friday! (Please check under 'New Services' for more details)

 

For Your diary

To help you plan your requests for any repeat medications the Bank Holidays coming up in 2016 are listed below.  You should plan ahead to give us a bit more time to arrange your repeat medications by making you requests at least five working days earlier around these busy periods.

  • Friday 25th March 2016
  • Monday 28th March 2016
  • Monday 2nd May 2016
  • Monday 30th May 2016
  • Monday 29th August 2016
  • Monday 26th December 2016
  • Tuesday 27th December 2016 (for Christmas Day)

 

 

 

 

 

When We Are Closedclosed_sign

If you need medical assistance outside of our opening hours you may call the practice on 020 7385 7777 and follow the automated instructions to be put through to our out of hours service provider, the London Central West Unscheduled Care Collaborative (LCWUCC).

To contact LCWUCC directly you can call them on 111.  They operate from St Charles' Hospital and provide GPs to look after our patients when we are closed. They are open from 18:30 to 08:00 during the week, and 24 hours a day on weekends and bank holidays. To provide care the LCWUCC may offer advice over the phone, visit patients at home or ask patients to visit the hospital for further assessment and care.

Walk-in Centres Available in our Area 

Parsons Green Walk-In Centre

5-7 Parsons Green, Fulham, London SW6 4UL

Tel:020 8102 4300.

Opening hours:   Monday to Friday 08:00 – 20:00, Saturday and Sunday 09:00 – 13:30 

You are advised to attend at least an hour before they close.

Services

Family Planning advice, dressings and on-going wound care, treatment of minor infections: eye, ear, nose and throat, blood pressure checks, advice on local GP and pharmacy services, emergency contraception, general health promotion: diet, exercise, smoking. 

Charing Cross Hospital Walk-in Centre

Fulham Palace Road, London W6 8RF (Shared reception with accident & emergency)

Tel: 020 3311 1234

Opening hours:   Monday to Friday 08:00 – 22:00, Saturday and Sunday 09:00 – 18:00

Services: See NHS Cgoices for an update on current services and opening hours.

http://www.nhs.uk

In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.

 
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