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Welcome to the Nightingale Practice.

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Easter Bank Holiday 

Prescriptions should be ordered in advance - please remember that it can take up to 48 working hours. 

The Practice will be closed from Friday the 18th April and will re-open on Tuesday 22nd April.


Our new appointment system is now in full swing. 

How it works: 
  • Faster access 
  • Speak to the doctor of your choice
  • Your medical problems being dealt with on the day you call
  • Less advance-bookings
  • Phone lines open at 8.30am

Over time, we have taken on board patients comments about our current appointment system, and have heard the need for things to change for better access to our GP's and of patients choice. 


Our new system will allow you to speak to a doctor on the day that you call, who will then book an appointment for you (usually on the same day), if that is what you require.  


All patients will speak to a doctor on the day by telephone. Some patients may not have to come in to see the doctor, if by the end of the phone call, and only if both you and the doctor are happy that your problem has been fully dealt with you may not need a face – to – face appointment.

(For more details on how this will work, please use the appointment tab above)



Pre-bookable appointments
  • No pre-bookable appointments once our new system starts
  • Call on the day to see a GP
  • A GP will arrange an appointment for you.




                         The Practice is a friendly, dynamic, innovative and well organised practice with 4 Partners. We are a university linked training practice commited to undergraduate and post graduate teaching.

If you need urgent care when the practice is closed  call our GP Out of Hours Service on 020 8185 0545  

(Site updated 14/04/2014)
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We can now text pathology results to you. 
Message will say: Your results have been received, no action required (which means normal). 
Or, your results have been received please contact the surgery.
Please let us know if you want to receive your results via text. 

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