Who to see:
Health Visitors
Baby Clinic
Nurse

Who to see:
Doctor
Nurse
Ambrose King Centre 020 7377 7307

By appointment with GP

Six week checks every Wednesday 1.30pm–3.00pm and vaccines for children under 8

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Nurse
Doctor

Every weekday mornings

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Doctor
Nurse

Every three years if aged between 25 & 49. Every five years if aged between 50 & 64.

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Nurse

Family planning and morning after pill

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Doctor

Removal of Stitches and Incontinence

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Nurse
District Nurse

Advice before you get pregnant

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Health Visitor, Baby Clinic

First and third Wednesday of each month between 1:30 – 2:30pm.

Healthy Lifestyle Advice
Find your ideal weight

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Nurse

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Nurse

The doctor does home visits after morning surgery as necessary

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Doctor

Monday to Friday mornings only, seen by GP.

Monday to Friday for asthma, lung function testing, warfarin monitoring, chronic disease management, COPD, family planning and sexual health, diabetes, vaccinations, dressings, lifestyle and dietary advice

Abortion advice available

Who to see:
Doctor

By appointment via GP

REHABMe virtual physiotherapy

If you suffer from a joint or muscle injury, you can complete exercises to speed up your recovery and do your own self-rehabilitation.

We have provided 3-4 exercises that you can do each day, 6 days per week. You do the exercises either once or twice per day, depending on how quickly you want to recover. If you get any pain while doing any exercise, stop and seek advice from your physiotherapist or GP.

This app is designed for people aged between 16-65. Over 65s should seek medical advice before performing any of the exercises provided.

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Please enjoy Ramadan but follow the guidance on social distancing. If you have a medical condition such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease or lung disease, or you are on medication, or pregnant, or elderly, or in the highest risk group that are asked to stay at home for 12 weeks, please choose alternative options to fasting, in order to protect yourself from Covid-19. The NHS Muslim Network and the British Islamic Medical Association are advising that missed fasts can be made up at a later date in the year.

Please let us know 48hrs before you need a repeat prescription.

Please bring your repeat prescription request in writing or email thccg.skd@nhs.net

Abnormal results will be advised by the GP

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Nurse

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Phone 020 7488 3653 between 8.00am and 8.30am and we guarantee to see you the same morning