If you wish to speak to the doctor or nurse for advice, you can book a telephone consultation by calling 020 8874 1700.
Alternatively, you can click here for detailed information about a number of different conditions and treatments.
Antenatal services are offered by the doctors during normal surgery hours. Please make an appointment.
Postnatal checks are carried out at 6-8 weeks after the birth of your baby.
We have a service available on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. Please discuss this with the doctors or nurses, who can arrange a meeting with a Psychologist.
You can now make direct appointments for common mental health problems. Click here to complete a self-referral form.
This service is provided to anyone who is over 18 and registered with a Wandsworth GP.
Click here to find out more information about this service.
All children are recommended to have a full course of immunisations. These normally start at 2 months - please see the doctor or nurse for more details.
For adults, tetanus, diptheria and polio can be given free by the surgery if you have not had these immunisations in the last 10 years.
There are a number of surgeries that do not require hospital admission. We carry out minor surgical procedures and joint injections for all patients that need it. Please see the nurse or one of the doctors for more information.
Medical examinations and certificates for special purposes e.g. driving-medical, pre-employment, insurance medical etc. These are not a part of the doctor's NHS duties and therefore a fee may be payable.
The following services are available in our Nursing Clinics:
You can now order your repeat prescriptions online. Click here to log in or register for this service.
Please hand in your written request or computerised list to the reception at least 24 hours (excluding weekends) before you need the medication.
Please note that we need to periodically review people on regular medication, therefore you may find a slip attached to the prescription asking you to see the doctor.
If you wish, you may post us your request with a stamped addressed envelope for us to return your prescription. Please allow 7 days for postal requests. We do not take requests for repeat prescriptions over the telephone in order to avoid mistakes.
Hospital transport is only arranged through doctors in case of medical need. Please make a request for transport with the practice receptionists. Two working days notice are needed for the transport to be booked
Requests for home visits should be made by 10.30am so that the doctor can plan his house calls. When requesting visits, be prepared to provide the receptionist with your name, address and brief details of the problem.
Home visits are intended for the housebound and very ill. If you can get to the surgery, this will help us as we have better facilities for examination and treatment and you will usually be seen more quickly. It is safe to bring children with a temperature to the surgery.
Women aged between the ages of 25 and 65 are advised to have a smear test. This should happen every 3 years for women between the ages 25-50 and every 5 years for women aged between 50-65. This test is to prevent cancer of the cervix - it could save your life. If you would like more information, please book an appointment with the nurse. We also provide breast awareness and teach self-examination.
We provide a range of family planning services and would be happy to discuss and advise you on this very important aspect of your health care. Family planning is also available with the doctor during surgery hours.
We have advice and leaflets on testicular cancer and self-examination. Please make an appointment with the doctor or nurse for advice or if you have any concerns.