If Out of Hours Medical Advice is required, please use the NHS 111 online service. Or, call 111 if you’re unable to get help online. Details of our Out of Hours Service is available on the practice number of 020 3474 6070
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Contact your doctors online
An e-consult is most effective for queries that can be resolved without the need to speak to a GP/Nurse. Commonly this could be for:
- Administrative queries e.g. referrals (already in process)
- Contraception – You will need to submit a blood pressure, weight and height – which can all be measured by a machine at Reception
- Medication queries – but NOT for Repeat Prescription Requests – please click here for repeat medications.
- Private referrals
- Request for blood tests for known conditions or medications
- Sick notes
If you think your query will require you to speak to a GP, we would advise instead to book a telephone consultation, to prevent any delays in dealing with your query.
E-consults are not helpful if you or a child are unwell or require urgent advice – please call reception and ask to speak to the duty doctor for urgent health matters.
Please do not use e-consult to request an appointment – you will be asked to contact reception or book it on-line.
E-consults are not available during the weekend (18:30 Friday – 08:00 Monday) – during this time you may wish to contact 111 online for any urgent medical queries.