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We can now offer you routine appointments over the weekend at the local hub (To find out more please speak to our reception team)

 If your problem is urgent during the surgery closing hours, please contact 111.
In an emergency, dial 999

If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, you can call the Tower Hamlets 24 hour Crisis Line number on 0207 771 5807.  

Callers will be able to speak to a mental health professional.


Clinics & Services

    • girl_with_open_mouthBaby Clinic - Six week checks every Tuesday


    • Antenatal Clinic - Monday by appointment


    • Family Planning - Any nurse clinic


    • New Patient Health Checks - Monday to Friday after 09:30 with our healthcare assistant


    • Nurse Clinics - Monday to Friday for chronic diseases, family planning and sexual health, vaccinations, dressings, lifestyle and dietary advice


    • Healthy Lifestyle Advice - Find your ideal weight with the nurse


    • Help with Addiction – see the nurse/healthcare assistant


    • Cervical Smear Tests - every three years with the nurse


    • Breast Checks and Cancer Awareness – with the doctor/nurse


    • Contraceptive Advice – including family planning and morning after pill. See the nurse or Family Planning Clinic, pharmacist or doctor


    • Pregnancy Tests - abortion advice also available via the pharmacist/nurse district_nurse


    • Starting a Family - advice before you get pregnant with the nurse/health visitor


    • Baby and Child Care – including family diet and excise, childhood immunisation, baby checks and hearing tests. Advice available from the health visitors
      (020 7739 1972/8859), at the Baby Clinic and from the nurse


    • Phlebotomy Service: We have our own experienced phlebotomist to run phlebotomy clinic in our practice.

    • Blood pressure and general checks – with the nurse/healthcare assistant


    • Travel Advice and Immunisation – see the nurse


    • Dressings, Removal of Stitches and Incontinence – see the nurse


    • Psychologist - By appointment via GP


    • Sexual Diseases, HIV/AIDS – see the doctor/nurse or visit the Ambrose King Centre, telephone 020 7377 7307


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