• 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

  • For most up-to-date information on Covid-19 Vaccination schedule please click here. If you have any queries regarding your Covid-19 Vaccine, please call GP Federation on 020 8655 9180 or email lgpf.lambethgpfederations@nhs.net

  • Strep A is a common type of bacteria. Most strep A infections are mild and easily treated, but some are more serious. Learn when to get help for Strep A.

Pregnancy and Women’s Health

Please find information on Pregnancy below. Click on any of the tabs for more information.

Please find information on Women’s Health below. Click on any of the tabs for more information.

  • Breast Screening

    About 1 in 8 women in the UK are diagnosed with breast cancer during their lifetime. If detected early, treatment is more successful and there’s a good chance of recovery.

    Breast screening uses an X-ray test called a mammogram that can spot cancers when they’re too small to see or feel.

    Breast screening is offered to women aged 50 to their 71st birthday in England. You will first be invited for screening within three years of your 50th birthday. If you are 71 or over, you will stop receiving screening invitations. You can still have screening if you are 71 or over if you want. Contact your local screening unit to arrange an appointment.

    If you’re worried about breast cancer symptoms  such as a lump or an area of thickened tissue in a breast, or you notice that your breasts look or feel different from what’s normal for you, do not wait to be offered screening, please make an appointment to speak to a GP.

  • Contraception

    Re-order contraceptive medication

    For prescription requests (such as Combined Oral Contraceptive Pill or Progestogen-only Pill) please visit Consult your GP online

    Please note if you are on Yasmin or Dianette you will need to make an appointment with a GP for this prescription.

    To start or change my method of contraception

    Please telephone the practice to make an appointment with a Practice Nurse or GP – 0203 474 6070

    Coil fitting/ removing

    Due to Covid-19 restrictions we are currently unable to fit coils at the practice however please call the practice where our reception team will book an appointment with our local service.

    You can have your coil removed by calling reception and requesting an appointment with our Practice Nurses.

    We hope to offer this service at the practice once Covid-19 restrictions are eased.

    Implant fitting/removing

    Please call reception and book a telephone consult with Dr K Carmody or Dr T Chiu.  They will then book a appointment for you to attend the practice for the procedure.

    Depot injection

    Please call reception and book an appointment with our Practice Nurses.

    Types of contraception available

    Please visit the below links for more information about contraception.  You will read about the risks and the benefits of each type of contraception

    Once you have chosen or wish to discuss these further please book a telephone consult with a Practice Nurse or GP.

    Or call clinic and ask to speak with a nurse – 0203 474 6070

    I have Missed my Pill

    If you are taking the the COCP (Combined Oral Contraceptive Pill), visit the NHS website for more information

    If you are taking the POP (Progestogen-only Pill), visit the NHS website for more information

    I you are unsure which pill you are taking please contact the surgery and ask to speak with a Practice Nurse or GP

    Emergency Contraception

    For more information on the types and where to obtain emergency contraception please follow this link.

    Termination of Pregnancy

    If you wish to end your pregnancy you may self-refer to,  Marie Stopes UK or The British Pregnancy Advisory Service

  • Menopause

    It’s worth talking to a GP if you have menopausal symptoms that are troubling you or if you’re experiencing symptoms of the menopause before 45 years of age.

    Your GP can offer treatments and suggest lifestyle changes if you have severe menopausal symptoms that interfere with your day-to-day life.

    These include:

    Other useful links

  • Smear Tests

    To book an appointment for a smear test – please call the practice and book with our Practice Nurses, Julie Melireles or Florance Durrant