May Bank Holiday Opening Times
Friday 24.05.2019 Open
Monday 27.05.2019 Closed
Tuesday 28.05.2019 Open
If you have a medical emergency when we are closed, please phone 111
This website tells you about our practice and how to get the best from our services. We aim to provide personal family doctoring in a relaxed, friendly environment.
If you receive an email from Patient Access, please see below.
Who will be emailed?
All current Patient Access users will be sent an email, apart from the following:
- Patients who have already signed in to the new Patient Access Service (launched 30th May 2018)
- Patients flagged as a sensitive or vulnerable patient
- Patients under the age of 16 years old
- Patients who have asked not to be contacted
- Patients who are PDS sensitive
- Patients who have a patient level confidentiality policy
What are the timescales?
The emails will be sent out to patients randomly over a period of around 3 weeks, starting on 17th January 2019 and ending on 7th February 2019. The reason for taking a staggered approach is to help minimise the chance of patients with questions contacting their practice all at once.
Please be aware that if during this timeframe a patient moves to a GP practice that does not offer Patient Access, they may still receive the email which in this instance would no longer be relevant to them. To reduce any confusion resulting from this, we have included some wording within the email to acknowledge these cases. The wording is as follows:
“If you have recently moved to a GP practice where Patient Access is not available, please ignore this email and accept our apologies for any confusion caused.”
If you have any further questions on this, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll respond to you as soon as possible.
We are a Domestic Violence Aware Practice.
If you are a woman being hurt by someone in your family, are afraid of someone at home or are in a violent relationship you can talk to doctors, nurses and other staff working here, in private.
Please click here for more information.
How To Contact Us
46 Queens Avenue, London N10 3BJ
Tel: 020 8883 1846
To find out more about this service and the other services available when the surgery is closed, see our Out Of Hours page.
If you wish to receive text messages or email on your mobile phone regarding appointment reminders and healthcare information such as test results, please click here to download our consent form then complete and take to the surgery.
Our doors are open Monday to Friday 8.30 - 11.00am & 4.00 - 6.00pm.
Monday - Friday 8.00am - 6.30pm
Patient Survey Results
Would you like to join our Patient Group?
Have you got some spare time and can meet with us four times a year?
Please ask at reception for an application from if you are interested or click here for more information.
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The surgery has been designed on the ground floor with ramps to make access for disabled people as easy as possible.
The toilet does not have wheelchair access.
Nappy Changing Facilities
Nappy changing facilities are available. Please ask at reception.
If you are a registered Carer who is looking after a relative, friend or neighbour, please inform our receptionists.
The practice can book an interpreter who can either attend your appointment or provide interpretation on the telephone.
Patient Survey Results
Visit our Patient Participation Group page for survey results and action plan