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Please note that the practice will be closed for staff training from 12.30pm on Thursday 18th January and will re-open at 5:00pm (by appointment only).  We will re-open as normal on Friday 19th January at 8:00am. If you need to speak to a doctor urgently when we are closed, please telephone SELDOC on 0208 693 9066.

Book your flu appointment today!

Please call our team on 0207 622 1424 or you can book online here

Unsure if you are eligible for the flu vaccine? Find out more here.

Protect your child against flu this winter. Click here for more info

The Flu Vaccine- Who should have it and why?

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Latest News

HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT THE LAMBETH GP ACCESS HUBS PILOT SCHEME?

Lambeth's GP Federation have received funding from the Prime Minister's Challenge Fund to pilot this new scheme which offers extended opening times at four selected GP Access Hubs. These Hubs are located in the following areas Clapham, Vauxhall, Streatham and West Norwood.

Appointments are offered seven days a week from 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday and 10am to 6pm weekends and bank holidays.

Please pick up a leaflet from our Reception desk or speak to a member of staff to find out more.

FRIENDS AND FAMILY TEST

Have your say about the care or treatment that you receive from the practice. Please fill out a short questionnaire which you can do on-line by clicking on the Friends and Family Test link showing in the list on the right handside of this page or you can ask a member of staff for the questionnaire in paper format the next time you are at the surgery.

You can give feedback about your experience, good or bad. The friends and family test is open to all patients.

Put us to the test by telling us what you think. Tell us what is working and what you think could be improved.

 

 

 

 

 

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