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Eligible for a flu vaccination?  Book now into our Saturday morning clinic on Saturday 14th October! 

Children aged 2 & 3 (with date of births between 1/9/13 - 31/8/15) are eligible for a free nasal spray flu vaccination here. 

Our next patient participation group meeting will be 7-8:30pm on Tuesday 10th October in the waiting room.

Click here to read the public document on the Sustainability and Transformation Plan in North Central London.

Read our summer newsletter here

We had a Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection on Wednesday 28th June and were overall rated GOOD! CQC report

Are you a a carer?  Haringey Healthwatch are offering free training and vouchers. Click here

We part of a GP federation and can offer evening weekday GP appointments throughout the week 6:30 - 8pm and between 8am - 8pm on Saturday and Sunday appointments at local surgeries.   Please ask to book one for routine appointments.

We have a pharmacist, Helen Ghebrezadik, working here 2.5 days a week.  Please book in to see her or have a telephone call with her to review your medication.

In light of the recent media interest in the HPV vaccine, Public Health England’s national immunisation team have produced an excellent factsheet

Our last patient participation group meeting was held on Monday 27th March 7-8:30pm.  Minutes are here 27.03.2017

Read our Spring Newsletter 2017 here

Did you know you can refer yourself to physiotherapy without seeing a doctor? 

See here

Vitamin D Patient Information

Click on this link Vitamin D Patient Information for information on who should take Vitamin D as a supplement.

We are encouraging our adult patients to sign up to Patient Online Access.  29% have done so already.  It allows you to book appointments, view aspects of your medical record and order repeat medication.  Come to reception with photo ID.

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