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All patients can now book an appointment with a GP or nurse after working hours and at the weekend.

Contact the receptionist for an appointment

Appointment times

Monday – Friday: 18:30 hrs – 20:00 hrs

Saturday & Sunday: 08:00 hrs – 20:00 hrs

To cancel an appointment with the Hub, call 07578 813838


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Thank you, Seyan Practice Team


Please note that consultation time per patient is 10 minutes. Please use this time wisely; prioritise  your problems as other patients are also waiting to be seen.



Dear Patients, Please do not park in the surgery's car park. Parking there is reserved for doctors and staff. There is plenty of parking at the Gibson Road Car park and surrounding areas. Thank you



Due to an increase in the number of measles cases in the country it is important that children between 10 and 16 years of age that have not been vaccinated be vaccinated now. Measles is a serious illness and can cause death.

If your child who is between 10 and 16 years of age has not been vaccinated please make an appointment to have them immunised for MMR.

Treating minor health conditions is changing

Minor health conditions are conditions that can be treated through self care.  They are conditions that will:

  •     Get better on their own
  •     Can be treated without visiting the GP by patients buying over the counter items directly from the local pharmacy


Minor health conditions include:

  •      coughs, colds or sore throats  
  •     cold sores
  •      conjunctivitis or dry eyes
  •      constipation
  •      diarrhoea
  •      grazes
  •      sprains
  •      hay fever
  •      head lice
  •      indigestion and heartburn
  •      infrequent migraines
  •      mild cystitis
  •      mouth ulcers
  •      sunburn
  •      stomach ache
  •      warts and verrucas


Effective 29 March 2018, NHS England issued guidance that over the counter items will no longer be routinely prescribed in primary care.  This means that your doctor, or other prescribers, will not routinely prescribe medicines for minor health conditions that can be purchased over the counter.*  


Over the counter medicines are best for minor health conditions. These can be bought from pharmacies and local shops without a prescription. They are also often cheaper this way. You can get them without an appointment or seeing a doctor.

In most cases the direct cost of over the counter medicines will be lower than the combined cost to the NHS of a GP consultation, buying, prescribing and then dispensing the medicine.


Further information and *exceptions to the guidance can be found through the Sutton CCG website

More information

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