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Blood tests

Blood tests are now by appointment only, Monday 8.30-9.30am, Tuesday-Friday 8.30-10.40am. Bring the test form with you.  Results are usually available within a week. Please register with Patient Access and view your results and GP comments online through our website or download the Patient Access App onto your smartphone for convenience, alternatively please phone after 11.00am for results.

ECA_032Practice Nurses

Our Practice Nurse provides a range of services including spirometry,  ‘Over 75’ health checks, contraceptive advice, ear syringing and wound care.

Diabetes clinic

You will need to make an appointment after arranging blood tests, etc.

Smoking cessation clinic

Advice, monitoring and support

bp_checkWeight loss clinic

Advice, monitoring and support

Minor surgery

We perform a number of procedures in-house including joint injections and cautery


Treatment is available in-house by referral

Influenza immunisations

Are offered to all eligible people ‘at risk’.  Immunisation clinics are publicised at the time. You will also be invited by post, phone or text message.

Travel immunisations

We regret we cannot provide a travel service at present. Reception will give you details of nearby providers

Ante-natal clinic

Weekly with our community midwife. We offer shared ante-natal care with local hospitals

taking_medicineChild Health Clinic

Children’s immunisations: First immunisation is done by the doctor on Tuesday afternoons. For all other immunisations, the nurse has a clinic Tuesday morning and afternoon

Development checks, weighing and general advice (for well babies only please!) is offered by the doctor or nurse on Tuesday afternoons.

Health Visitor

The Health Visitor is based at Kilburn Square Clinic. Tel 020 7625 5115


The practice hosts the local IAPT Counselling services for adults. This service is available by referral.



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