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The surgery will be closed on Bank Holiday Monday 25th May 2020.

The surgery has made changes to the appointment system we will be doing telephone triage and online consultations via econsult, if an appointment is needed the doctor/nurse will book you an appointment. Thank you for your support during these stressful times.

Due to the Recent outbreak of Coronavirus: if you have got a new cough or high temperature/fever or Flu like symptoms. NHS advice is not to come down to the surgery but use NHS 111 Covid webpage or ASK NHS app' to assess your symptoms.

If you would like to submit a complaint or suggestions for improvements to our services please do so by submitting it in writing to Dawn Lait the Modality Lewisham Division's Multi Site Manager.

Test Results

If you are requesting your result, please be prepared to wait at least a week or longer for some blood tests (x-rays can take up to three weeks).

Please call the surgery between 10.30 - 11.30am and 3.00 - 4.00pm for all results.

For reasons of confidentiality, results can only be given to the specific patient to whom they apply. Receptionists are instructed only to tell you the doctor"s comment on the result.

If any test is abnormal or you would like further discussion or interpretation, please make an appointment with your doctor.

blood samplesBlood Test Clinic

The blood test clinics are run by Lewisham PCT and are held Monday to Friday, 8.30am - 4.15pm, no appointment necessary. Children can be seen only before 4pm. If you are to have a glucose tolerance test please ring 020 30492500 to make an appointment. Please remember to carry out any special instructions given to you by your doctor. If you do not bring your blood test form with you, your blood test might not be done.

For all other clinics you will need to be referred by your doctor or other member of the health care team. Please enquire at reception for times.

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