Clinics & Services
The Community Midwives work with doctors to provide care for mothers before and after delivery and care for the baby for the first ten days of life. They can be contacted on 020 8296 2990.
We provide a full family planning service. Make an appointment with the doctor or nurse who will give advice and carry out checks.
Immunisation for Foreign Travel
See the nurse at least six weeks before leaving to enable the whole vaccination program to be planned. There is a charge for some vaccinations. Prior to booking an appointment with a practice nurse, please check if you require any vaccinations; information is available on the above "Travel Vaccination" tab.
A Yellow Fever service is also available.
We offer this service for small procedures on skin although some may need to be referred to hospital.
We do provide a limited in house counselling service. To access this please make an appointment to see a doctor or nurse. If you wish to seek counselling by self-referral please contact Uplift on 0800 0321 411 or visit www.suttonuplift.co.uk
These are carried out every three years on a recall system during normal surgery hours by appointment with the practice nurse.
Baby Clinics and Child Development Checks
The Baby Clinic is run by the health visitors.
For babies under 6 months this is held on Mondays between 09:00-11:30 and Thursdays between 12:30 and 15:00.
For babies over 6 months please call 020 8661 3904 to make an appointment
Immunisation for Children
Immunisations are by appointment with the practice nurse.
Please click here to get all the information on Children’s immunisation.
This is run separately; to make an appointment please ring 020 8915 6881.
Emergency Dental Treatment
Please ring 111 for emergency dental treatment or the Dental Helpline 0300 311 2233
The Anti-Coagulant Clinic is held by nurses, please contact the surgery to make an appointment.
This is mainly held on Thursdays, but if you cannot attend then an alternate time will be given. Please contact the surgery should you need to make an appointment.
For information about diabetes visit Diabetes UK.
Smoking is known to cause numerous illnesses, including heart and lung disease. Pregnant women who smoke produce smaller babies and if parents smoke, their children tend to have chest infections, so we recommend you give up smoking and come along to see the nurse.