NHS Health Check - support to prevent long term conditions such as diabetes or heart disease. The check is offered to patients over 40 years of age. More information about NHS Health checks can be found here

Long Term Conditions - chronic disease management runs throughout the year and patients are encouraged to see the GP or nurse about on going long term conditions. Patients with a long term condition are advised to have a seasonal flu vaccine.

Child Health Clinics are run on the 1st & 3rd Thursday of the month between 9.30 and 11.00am. These are held by one of our Doctors, a Practice Nurse and Health Visitor. Nurse led clinics are also held on 1st & 3rd Thursday for immunisations. Please speak to our reception for more details.

If you are unable to bring your child to one of these clinics we can accommodate appointments on any other day of the week with our practice nurses and if suitable we could offer an appointment for the City & Hackney run child immunisation clinics at one of our Hub practices on Saturdays and Sundays.  Please ask at reception for more information.

Well women clinics are run on 2nd & 4th Thursday mornings for cervical smears, gynaecology and family planning. We also provides a coil fitting service for registered and non registered patients. We also provide a sexual health service.

Contraception advice - see one of our nurse specialist or speak to a receptionist about receiving free condoms

Cervical Smears

the practice will send sms text messages about outstanding smear tests. More information about cervical screening can be found here 

Cervical smear appointments can be booked with one of our practice nurses.  Cervical screening is recommended every 3 years.

iPlato SMS text reminders are being sent out two weeks after our female patients have been sent an initial invitation letter for their cervical smear.  We are also concerned that all our women who should have Cervical Smears have not, if you have any doubt that you are not up-to-date with your smear, please telephone our Practice Nurses to check and we can accommodate you for a walk-in-smear on Wednesday mornings.

Our practice nurse and Health Care Assistant talks with patients about health promotion and healthy living in Well Person Check

Breast Screening - more info about breast cancer refer to coppafeel always speak to a GP about unusual breast lumps/bumps or pain


Patients over the age of 71 can self-refer every 3 years by ringing the hub 020 3758 2024

Breast screening is currently offered to women aged 50 to their 71st birthday in England. You'll first be invited for screening within 3 years of your 50th birthday, Breast screening uses an X-ray test called a mammogram to check the breast for signs of cancer. It can spot cancers that are too small to see or feel. The whole appointment takes less than half an hour and the mammogram only takes a few minutes. You can still have screening once you are 71 or over if you want to, and can arrange an appointment by contacting your local screening unit or GP.

Bowel Screening is a life saving screening programme

The Practice is concerned about the recent uptake rates, so our receptionists all had training this year from the Health Promotion Specialist - NHS Bowel Cancer Screening Programme.   If you receive a screening kit through your letterbox and are unsure or you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us and hopefully we can allay any concerns.

Diabetes, Heart Disease, Asthma & COPD clinics with specialist nurses for checks and problems

chdYou can also see our nurse to discuss:

  • Starting exercise
  • Losing weight
  • Lowering blood pressure
  • Reducing cholesterol
  • Stopping smoking
  • Over 75 years health checks
  • Over 40 NHS health checks 

Other services available:

  • Advocacy service - Turkish speaking advocate available
  • Psychotherapy
  • Family Welfare Association
  • Citizens Advice

Please make an appointment for the surgery or at your home if you are housebound. 

We can also provide patient information leaflets on many medical conditions and self help/support groups.

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