You are now able to register online via are registration from.
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Patients who have been sent via their GP for bloods should go to Royal Free Hospital
Adults can have a blood test Monday to Friday, from 7.30am to 5.30pm, and Saturday from 9am-1pm.
When you arrive at the Royal Free Hospital blood test clinic, you should take a ticket from the dispenser and then present your blood test forms to the person at the reception desk. Please take a seat and wait for your number to come up on the electronic display. If there is no one at the desk, please take a seat and wait to be called.
Royal Free Hospital
Please be aware the telephone lines do not open until 09:00 each week day morning. The surgery is closed on the weekends
Book an appointment with our Practice Nurse, for all childhood immunisations. Bring your child’s Red Book each time your child sees the doctor or the nurse
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No More Practice Boundaries
The practice welcomes anybody who wishes to register with a GP, even for those who live outside of the catchment area. This is beneficial for those patients who work close by.
Please note those who do not live in the catchment area, will not be eligible for home visits. NHS England does have other measur
Please apply for this with the pharmacy of your choice. This will allow your prescription request to directly go to your nominated pharamacy, electronically.
DENTAL OUT OF HOURS SERVICE
A new service for OOH dental care will commence on 1st April, in conjunction with NHS 11 Providers. patients can access the service by phoning 020 3594 0938. Telephone lines are open Monday to Friday between 18:00 to 21:00, and on Saturday, Sunday and bank holidays between 09:00 to 14:00 hours.
Dental Healthcare Professionals will conduct an assessment of their dental need over the phone and, be in the position to refer the patient to either an appropriate urgent care slot with one of the Out of hours urgent dental services or an in hours urgent care appointment with a local General Dental Practice.
FREE NHS HEALTH CHECKS
Free NHS checks are now underway for all patients between the ages of 40 – 74 years. If you are of South Asian ethnic background the health check is given to patients between the ages of 30 – 74 years. When you receive a letter with all the information, please contact the surgery to make an appointment with our Practice Nurse. Telephone on 020 7405 9360.
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