Surgery Clinics

If you would like to book one of these clinics, please book your appointment online, or contact us on 0208 952 5073.


Immunisation – Routine vaccinations usually start after first development check at six to eight weeks. Please book an appointment with the nurse preferably on the same day as the eight week check if there is availability in their clinic. Please note: We ask mothers of all newly registered children under five to provide us with details of previous immunisations, please ensure you have a copy ready at the time of registration.
Asthma Check – All asthmatics should attend at least annually, even if well, to ensure they are using their devices correctly and their symptoms have not changed since their last prescription.
Please book an appointment with Practice Nurse/Nurse Practitioner .
Diabetic Clinic – Monitoring is important and is carried out at the surgery. All diabetics should attend at least annually and some will be advised by a doctor to attend more frequently. Please arrange to have your blood test at least two weeks before attending the clinic. If you are due for a diabetic check-up, please contact reception who will arrange the appointment for you. All diabetics should also have their eyes checked annually.
HPV Vaccines – The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is currently given as an injection into the upper arm: 2 doses are needed, with at least 6 months between them. From September 2019, the first dose of the HPV vaccine will be offered to girls and boys aged 12 and 13 in Year 8 of school.

For further information please visit:

Child Development and Assessment – For more information, please visit our Child Development and assessment page.
NHS Health Checks – The NHS Health Check is a health check-up for adults in England aged 40 to 74. It’s designed to spot early signs of stroke, kidney disease, heart disease, type 2 diabetes or dementia. As we get older, we have a higher risk of developing one of these conditions. An NHS Health Check helps find ways to lower this risk.
Outpatient Referrals – You’re entitled to ask for a referral for specialist treatment on the NHS. But whether you’ll get the referral depends on what your GP feels is clinically necessary in your case.

What happens when you are referred by your GP to see a specialist?
 Outpatient Referral Information

Travel Information 

If you’re planning to travel outside the UK, you may need to be vaccinated against some of the serious diseases found in other parts of the world.

You should get advice at least eight weeks before you’re due to travel, as some jabs need to be given well in advance.

The following travel vaccinations are usually available FREE on the NHS:

  • Diphtheria, polio and tetanus (combined booster)
  • Typhoid
  • Hepatitis A – including when combined with typhoid or hepatitis B

The following vaccinations are NOT covered by NHS:

  • Hepatitis B (one dose £85 or course of 3 £175)
  • Yellow fever (£65)


  • For occupational Health
  • Meningitis for travelling to Hajj/Umrah pilgrimages

You can find out more information on travel vaccinations please visit