Please note that it is no longer mandatory for patients to wear a face mask or covering when on the practice premises however we are still have infection prevention and control measures in place therefore politely request that you wear a face mask. 

If you attend for an appointment your clinician will be wearing a face mask and may ask that you do the same. Our staff are also wearing face masks and we continue to undertake lateral flow tests to manage the risk of Covid-19 in the practice.

Thank you for your co-operation.

Isabelle Senft - Practice Manager

When We Are Closed

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Whenever the surgery is closed, including Bank Holidays and weekends, the practice cover is provided by the new "111 Integrated Emergency Care Service (ex SELDOC) - this service can be accessed by dialing 111 or via the online service at

Telephone 111 at night if there is a genuine emergency, but if the problem can wait until the following day, this is preferable.

On the 3rd Thursday of each month the Practice participates in CCG Sponsored Training, you should telephone 111, the new Integrated Emergency Care Service  from 13:00-16:30, however the Surgery doors are open.

This service is made up of local doctors and operates from 18:30 - 07:45 Monday to Friday and 18:30 Friday to 07:45 Monday and all Public & Bank Holidays.

The 111 Service will either:

  • Advise you over the telephone of next steps to take, or
  • Ask you to attend the nearest Primary Care Centre or
  • Arrange for a doctor to visit at home for those too ill to travel.

Nearest Walk-in Centre - Junction Health Centre, Clapham

The Junction Health Centre (by Clapham Junction Station) 5-8 Grant Road, London SW11 is the nearest walk-in medical centre taking registered and non registered patients from 08:00 to 20:00, 7 days a week.

All NHS patients are welcome to use this facility.

Out-of-hours services are generally busy so please think carefully before asking to see a doctor and only do so if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.

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

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