When we open and your problem is not immediately life threatening you can call the practice and ask to speak to the duty doctor. When we are shut then please call 111 for advice. Here are some other services that might be useful.
Accident & Emergency Service – University College Hospital
Emergency Ambulance Is it a genuine emergency? If so, call 999 and don’t panic. Always call 999 if someone is seriously ill or injured, and their life is at risk. There will be a quick response and do not hang up.
Hospital For Tropical Diseases -an urgent walk-in service is available for people who are unwell with fever or diarrhoea with blood after returning from tropical countries. Otherwise if it is not urgent then arrange to see your GP who can refer you.
Moorfield’s Eye Hospital – 24/7 walk-in service for urgent, sight-threatening problems and emergency eye treatment – no appointment necessary
NHS 111 – we do have a daily walk-in service between 10-11 each morning for quick and urgent problems. You can also call to speak to the duty doctor at any time while we are open. You can also call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergency. It is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and calls are free from landlines and mobile phones.
Soho Square Walk-in Service – daily free walk-in service for minor problems – you will need to see a GP if you need a referral to see a hospital specialist.
Western Eye Hospital – 24/7 eye accident and emergency service.