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GP practice closures for development on the 2nd May 2018 from 1pm to 5pm

Please be aware that on 2nd May 2018 from 1pm until 5pm the surgery will be closed. However, there are a number of ways in which you can still access services from your Bexley GP and nurse.

  • Please visit our website and contact our doctors to get advice for your problem now
  • By downloading NHS Online Bexley – just search for ‘NHS Online Bexley’ in the App Store or Google Play

If you need an appointment with one of our GPs between 1 and 5pm on this date and call us, you will be redirected accordingly.
Services at the practice will fully resume from 5pm.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your cooperation.

Need to see a GP in the evening or at the weekend? Click here for details

The Surgery has an open list for registration of new patients

Smokers can be referred to us by health professionals or they can self-refer through our website:

www.smokefreebexley.co.uk (http://www.smokefreebexley.co.uk/) . There is also the option to call us direct on 0800 783 2514.

Online Appointments and Repeat Prescription ordering

We are now offering the facility for patients to book/cancel an appointment and order repeat medication online with Patient Online Services.

Please  register by clicking online here

Breast Screening Programme

Have you missed your breast screening appointment? You can re-book an appointment by phoning 020 3299 1964 or you can arrange an appointment online - visit the website www.selbreastscreening.org.uk

To find out more visit www.nhscarerecords.nhs.uk/summary 

Changes to Appointments

We now offer telephone appointments with the doctor of your choice and extended hours work from 6 PM - 7 PM on Monday, Tuesday and Friday. 

We have also changed our URGENT access, encouraging you to speak to a doctor on the phone first rather than walk into the surgery. We have installed more telephone lines. The doctor may offer you brief advice (thus avoiding an unnecessary visit to the surgery) or agree for you to be seen urgently that day at a time given to you; or offer you a routine appointment or a telephone consultation. 

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