Kings Cross: The Bloomsbury Building, St. Pancras Hospital, NW1 0PE
Somers Town: 77-83 Chalton Street, London, NW1 1HY
Our ethos is based upon 4 fundamental principles and all members of our team were involved in developing it:
Registering with us is quick and easy, simply fill in our online registration forms. Register with Us
Our Online Services offer a range of 24 hour accessible services, including online appointment booking and online repeat prescription ordering. Find out more...
We offer flexible appointments, with our online services allowing advanced booking and on the day appointments alongside a range of alternative appointments to suit your busy lifestyle. Find out more...
Too busy to get into the surgery? Why not try our E-Consultations Service?
If you would prefer not to come into the surgery for an appointment you can book to have a telephone consultation with a doctor or nurse. Please book this online.
70% of all consultations can be conducted safely online. Using Message my GP can help save you time and get help faster. Please note that to use this service you will need to be registered with our online services.
Ordering your repeat prescription is quick and easy using our online services.
Please note: You will need to specify which pharmacy you would like to collect your prescription from. Once ordered your prescription will be ready to collect within 2 working days. Find out more...
All pharmacies can offer advice on common health problems. If you get free prescriptions the pharmacy will treat you for free for the following conditions:
Our staff aim to provide the highest quality care to all our patients. Find out more about our:
We want you to be actively involved in improving the care we provide. For example becoming a Patient Champion for Diabetes Care and sharing your experience with other patients. Find out more about this practice…
Our Patient Group works with the practice to:
Please fill in the registration form below. Your registration is usually processed within 24 hours (up to 48 hours) if the form is complete.
Do you look after a sick, disabled, frail relative or friend without payment? Is there a child or young person in the family who helps to provide care or support to another family member?
Approximately 10% of the current population are carers.
In order to help us update our Carers Register please spend a few minutes of your time completing this information.
PATIENT: Because alcohol use can affect your health and can interfere with certain medications and treatments, it is important that we ask some questions about your use of alcohol. Your answers will remain confidential so please be honest.
Scoring: 8-15=hazardous drinking, 15-19=harmful drinking and 20 or more=possible dependence.
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A summary care record (SCR) is an electronic summary of key health information. It will hold limited essential information derived initially from your GP record. This will include medication, adverse reactions and allergies. If you wish to know more information regarding the system and the benefits please ask reception. Alternatively, visit the website: www.nhscarerecords.nhs.uk or call 0845 603 8510
We may need to share your medical information with other organisations involved in the delivery of your care e.g. Podiatry or District Nursing. We will not share identifiable information with anyone that isn’t involved in your care unless legally required to.
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