appointments are at the GP's discretion.
Any patients who are exhibiting symptoms
of the Coronavirus will not be seen and advised to visit
Prior to the appointment
all patients are required to have their temperatures
checked and to ask the receptionist for a token which
they can use on our blood pressure machine, the machine
will check your Blood pressure, height and weight. You
will get a printout of your results which can then be
passed onto the receptionist where it can be added to
your health records.
On-entry to the Health centre
you will be asked by the health centre security guard
to make sure that you are wearing face masks or face
coverings, he will ask if you are exempt, and will ask
you to santatise your hands. The service is provided
masks and coverings are to be worn at all times by all
GP's, nurses, visitors and patients.
- If you are aged 45 or over
- You are at high
risk from coronavirus (clinically
- If you are a frontline health and social
- You have a condition that puts you
at higher risk (clinically vulnerable)
- If you are in receipt of a carer’s
allowance, or if you are the main carer of an elderly
or disabled person whose welfare may be at risk if
you fall ill
- If have a learning dificulty
- If you think you are an eligible unpaid carer who
has not been contacted for your coronavirus please
contact one of our receptionists
Please contact your GP to book your COVID-19
vaccine or wait for your GP or council to contact you.
or you can book on the national
booking online system or use the staff booking system
applicable in your work place.
We are sending out patients to the Covid-19 vaccination hub at;
Walthamstow Library, Central Library High Street, London E17 7JN
- Walthamstow Library, Central Library
High Street, London E17 7JN
here for directions and maps to the above vaccination
The NHS is prioritising vaccinating people
who experts have agreed will benefit the most. We will
let you know when it is your turn. Please
see here for advice.
There is comprehensive information, guidance,
and answers to questions, including vaccination information
for frontline health and social care staff, carers and
vulnerable at COVID-19
Vaccination programme | East London Health & Care
The NHS in London is very busy as
coronavirus infection rates continue to be high, but
we’ll help you get urgent care when you need it.
Most consultations are over the phone
and via video. This is for everyone's safety. We will
assess your situation and invite you into the practice
We can arrange same-day appointments if
you need urgent care but please don't visit without
an appointment. Appointments will be held in the best
way to keep you safe from Covid.
You can also contact 111, day or night,
for other urgent health advice - including if you have
concerns about your Covid-19 symptoms.
Please remember that 999 and A&E are
Please help reduce infections, protect
the NHS and keep each other safe by following the latest
During the Coronavirus
pandemic, all young babies will continue to receive
their 2 month (8 week) checks and immunisations from
the practice. Patient's should contact the practice
to make an appointment for themselves and their baby
or babies, with one of our GP's and nurses. Post-natal
appointments can also be made with the nurse.
Please be aware that at certain
times of the day our phone lines are busy with patients
enquiring about booking appointments and test results,
for a quick response please contact the practice
between 2.30PM and 4.30PM. For appointments,
we would like to make you aware that we offer the use
of an online booking system, which allows you to book
appointments in advance and handle prescriptions online.
Please collect a letter from the reception to gain access
to this system, once
you have your login details, you can login from here
For patients who are unable to book or make an appointment
during normal surgery hours we offer extended
opening hours from 6.30PM to 7.00PM on Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Friday evenings. We have
a limited capacity of appointments so it is important
that if you are able to make an appointment but if you
cannot attend, you need to let us know as someone else
may need that slot and you may not be able to book another
appointments cannot be pre-booked and are just for emergencies.
If all the emergency
and urgent appointments are not available, and the problem
cannot wait, it is up to the doctor to decide if the
patient can be seen or not, it is not up to the receptionist
Website updated on Wednesday 14th April 2021