It should be stressed at this point that the hubs do not provide a walk in service, only we can book you an appointment at the hubs. The hubs are open until 8pm as well. You can find details of getting to the hubs by following this link www. To book an appointment, simply call your usual GP surgery.
Bus numbers 2, 3, 35, 45, 59, Sexual health clinic streatham high road incident,,,P4 stop on Brixton Road, a short walk to the surgery. You can refer yourself for Podiatry feet problemsAntenatal and Talking Therapies. Lambeth Talking Therapies Leaflet. To order up your free home test kit please go to https: Advice and services including emergency contraception are available from your GP.
Repeat prescriptions for the contraceptive pill and patch are available as well from the practice nurse. All contraceptive advice and treatment is confidential for all of our patients — including teenagers. Coil fitting is available from the local Family Planning clinics — a list of these is available from "Sexual health clinic streatham high road incident" Family Planning Association website: You no longer need to see a GP for a Antenatal referral, you can self refer via the following methods.
Complete and then email to gst-tr. Child immunisations are done during normal surgery hours or during Baby Clinics by the nurse. It is recommended that children have the following immunisations:. In addition to the above, all children are now given immunisations against pneumonia during their first twelve months. A tetanus booster is also recommended every 10 years.
These are run by Dr Patel Sexual health clinic streatham high road incident if you wish to have or feel you may need minor surgery then please book an appointment, via reception, to discuss this prior to surgery.
If you require any vaccinations relating to foreign travel you need to make an appointment with the practice nurse to discuss your travel arrangements. This will include which countries and areas within countries that you are visiting to determine what vaccinations are required. There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the links below. Full details regarding malaria protection can be found by clicking here and Travel Vaccinations by clicking here.
Some travel vaccines are ordered on a private prescription and these incur a charge over and above the normal prescription charge as well having to pay for the drug as well at the pharmacy. This is because not all travel vaccinations are included in the services provided by the NHS.
Current charges are listed below. If you are travelling to Europe a very useful booklet has been published with advice and guidance to help you get the most out of your holiday.
To visit please click: Some services provided are not covered under our contract with the NHS and therefore attract charges. Examples include the following:. We will NOT accept passport applications as the home office has now altered their accepted signatory list.
GP's have been removed and the full details can be found by clicking here. All patients requiring these services must pay the fee, regardless of financial situation. Payments must be made to the reception in cash, and receipts will be provided.
As these items are not NHS work and done in the doctors spare time; please allow 10 - 14 working days for your request to be completed.
The fees charged are based on the British Medical Association BMA suggested scales and our reception staff will be happy to advise you about them along with appointment availability. Below is a full list of charges.
You can book appointments online, request your repeat prescriptions, update your contact details, send messages to the practice securely and view your medical record. When requesting repeat prescriptions the normal process of 48 hours notice will still apply.
When accessing the online system, it is highly recommended that you use a computer that has sufficient anti-virus and malware software installed and has a firewall running. For more information and to register for this service download a copy of the registration form click here. For a video about the service click here. Watch the videos below for a full demonstration of how to register and navigate Patient Access.
Where access is granted passwords will only be released direct to the patient and not to a parent in relation to patients 16 — 18 years or other third party. The practice will not provide access detail directly. Where access is refused this will be in writing. A reason will only be given at the discretion of the practice manager. Where a minor requests a change of password perhaps to alter access this will be granted at the discretion of the practice manager.
Where access is granted and the access details provided, it is the patients responsibility to look after their access details. The practice can not be held responsible should a patient allow their access details to fall in to the wrong hands. Patients with a history of none-attendance at pre-booked appointments without cancelling will not normally be granted access to on-line appointment booking, however the remainder of the facilities will be considered.
Where it is considered that a patient is misusing the system or is acting in a way detrimental to the availability of the appointment system, or other facilities, a warning letter will be issued. Repeat prescriptions may only be ordered where appear on the repeat list, which is provided to patients on the tear-off portion of the last prescription issued.