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Be Clear on Cancer

Blood in pee campaign 19/07 18 - 23/09/18


We offer Family Planning appointments for Coil fittings, Coil checks and Contraceptive implants.  Please talk to one of our reception team for further information.

myGP New App download on the App Store or Get it on Google Play - quick and easy way to make and cancel appointments online

FREE NHS HEALTH CHECK FOR THOSE AGED 40-74 ask a member of staff for more details or use the following link for more information

NEW FREE Wi-Fi now available - no password needed - why not get connected at your next

visit and try out the

New 'Health Help Now' App which is available on iPhone for download see link below

PATIENT SERVICES - for online appointment booking\repeat prescription requests\viewing detailed coded records - this is a new service run by our system supplier to apply please contact reception for a form and instructions. Once you have the necessary details to register and are having an issue with either registration or your login please contact them direct by clicking on the 'Contact Website Support' on the bottom left had corner of the 'Welcome' screen.

Zika Virus Infection For up to date information please use the following link


Named GP - From 1st July all patients in the practice will have a named GP who takes overall view of their needs.

Currently GPs have been allocated to patients on the basis of the GP they are registered with.

If you wish to know who that GP is, or wish to change the GP assigned to you, please speak to a receptionist.

New Freinds and Family Test please see how to take part on our dedicated 'Friends and Family' page

NHS SHINGLES VACCINE FOR THOSE AGED 70, 71, 72, 73, 78 OR 79 - For more information follow this link

Useful Addresses & Websites

Patient Advisory & Liaison Service (PALS)
(operated by Richmond CCG) 020 8734 3001


consultation1Teddington Walk In Centre /Urgent Treatment Centre

Teddington Memorial Hospital
Hampton Road, Teddington
Middlesex, TW11 0JL
Opening Hours: 8am-8pm
After 8pm please call NHS 111

Minor Injuries Unit,
Queen Mary’s Hospital, Roehampton Lane, London SW15 5PN
Telephone: 020 8487 6499/6999
Opening Hours: every day 8am-7.30pm

Accident & Emergency Department,
Kingston Hospital

Galsworthy Road, Kingston upon Thames, KT2 7QB
Telephone: 020 8546 7711  (Main Switchboard) 
Open: 24 hours a day

Accident & Emergency Department,
West Middlesex University Hospital
Twickenham Road, Isleworth TW7 6AF
Telephone: 020 8321 5746/5747
Open: 24 hours a day


Genitourinary Medicine
Roehampton Clinic, Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton Lane, London  SW15 5PN                    Telephone 020 8487 6861

Wolverton Centre for Sexual health, Kingston Hospital, Galsworthy Road, Kingston, Surrey  KT2 7QB     Telephone 020 8974 9331


Health & Social Care Centre Centre House
68 Sheen Lane, London SW14 8LP
Telephone: 020 8487 1600
Fax: 020 8487 1700

Richmond Carers Centre     5 Briar Road, Twickenham TW2 6RB  Telephone 020 8867 2380


Guide to Services for Children with Disabilities (LBRT) can be downloaded from the following websites:


SW London Urgent Care Guide

SW London Urgent Care Guide.pdf


Useful Websites


CRUSE Bereavement Care (Richmond)

RELATE - relationship counselling

RICHMOND CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU - independent advice on debt, benefits, housing, employment etc

SAMARITANS 24hr crisis line

FiSH (Friendship independence Support Help) provides assistance and support to anyone, helping them to maintain their independence

GoLocal provides a local network of support, information and advice to help people live as independently as possible in their own community

Smoking Cessation Advice

Age Uk Visit Age UK today for help, information and advice or to see how you can donate, volunteer or give support to help more older people love later life

Age Uk Join the Comunity Gardening Project

Updated February 2018

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