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Clinics & Services

Antenatal Clinic

baby_tummyWednesdays 1pm - 4pm & Thursdays 9.30am - 12.30pm
This is a community clinic and it is staffed by midwives from the Homerton Hospital. We pass on your details to the midwives who will contact you directly with an appointment. You will be given your midwife's telephone number so that you can contact them throughout your pregnancy.

Baby Clinic

Tuesday 9.30am - 11am
Parents will be sent an appointment for their child's 6 week check. Parents to book: Immunisations are by appointment – parents can contact the surgery to book.

Walk-in clinic: Weighing and Health Visitor clinic is walk-in and patients are seen in order of arrival.

Acutely ill babies will not be seen in baby clinic – please call for advice.

Travel Vaccinations

If you require vaccinations relating to foreign travel you need to make a double appointment with the practice nurse to discuss your travel arrangements. It is important to book this appointment as early as possible – at least 6 weeks before your trip – as some vaccines require multiple doses, and it takes time for your body to develop an immune response to the vaccines. Please come prepared with information about the areas you are travelling to and the dates of your trip. 

Please note that we only offer the vaccines that are available free of charge on the NHS. These are Hepatitis A, Typhoid, Cholera and Diphtheria, Tetanus, Polio. All other travel vaccines would need to be acquired privately, either from a pharmacy or travel clinic.

If you would like to research travel advice for your trip please use the Travel Health Pro website.

Diabetic Clinic

glucose_testPatients with diabetes are invited for a complete medical checkup every year. This is a 2 part check. An appointment will be sent for both.

Family Planning

Monday and Friday mornings

Available to all patients by appointment with a nurse through reception. Family Planning can also be discussed at any consultation.

Drug Misuse Clinic

Patients with drug problems are seen in partnership with Lifeline at a Wednesday afternoon clinic. All patients must be referred by their GP.

Anti-Coagulation Clinic

Patients on Warfarin are seen regularly by the Practice Pharmacist

Dermatology Clinic

We have a GP With Special Interest in Dermatology who holds a clinic in the Practice. Patients have to be referred to him by their own GP

Family Welfare Action Clinic

Rhonda Morton from Family Action sees people for short term counselling and help for a range of problems, such as depression, benefits problems, bereavemnt etc. You need to be referred by your doctor.

Turkish speaking Counseller/ Benefits Advice

Available Tue afternoons by GP referral only

Smoking Cessation

All day Fridays & Monday afternoons. Specialist Smoking Cessation Advisers available to help you stop smoking. You can book an appointment at reception.

CAB Benefits Advice

CAB Benefits Adviser holds weekly sessions every Tuesday morning. You can book an appointment at reception.

Hearing Aid Repair

2-4pm, 4th Tuesday of every month. If you have a locally supplied NHS hearing aid which needs repair/maintenance, you can bring it to this walk in clinic run by Action on Hearing Loss.

Late night  Clinics

We have a late clinic from 6.30pm-8.00pm every Tuesday evening. We have appointments for GPs, Practice Nurse and Healthcare Assistant. Appointments are made by reception.



A consultant psychiatrist, sees patients referred by their GP on one Tuesday afternoon per month.



All our doctors provide medical advice and treatment on the NHS. Other services such as private medicals, passports etc are available but may attract a fee as they are non-NHS services.

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