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Practice Closure for Burney Street Surgery and the Wallace Health Centre from 12 noon on Thursday 18th July 2019 for Staff Training.  

Greenwich Health will be providing appointments and covering our surgery phone lines from 12 noon to 6.30 pm at the GP Access Hubs on 020 3325 4266 and after from 6.30 pm NHS 111.

Prescriptions ordered on Wednesday 17th July will be ready on Friday 19th July after 4 pm.

Have you downloaded the myGP App on your smartphone?

What is myGP?

myGP is an essential healthcare app for patients. It provides fast, easy and convenient access to healthcare from your smartphone
Key features & benefits:
  • Book and cancel appointments on line
  • Order medication
  • Create alerts to help you to remember to take your medication at the right time
  • Easy access to useful NHS services such as organ donation, e-referrals and a pharmacy finder

Improving Access

As from the 1st April 2018 the Burney Street catchment area has reduced so that we may take care of the local residents living in and around the Surgery. 

Existing registered patients will not be removed unless in the future they move home however they will be able to remain at Burney Street if they move into the new catchment area.

A list of the accepted streets can be found under the New Patients section.

Catchment Area April 2018

NHS Health Checks

The NHS Health Check is a free national programme helping you prevent heart disease, stroke, diabetes, kidney disease and certain types of dementia

Everyone between the ages of 40 and 74, who has not already been diagnosed with one of these conditions or have certain risk factors, will be invited (once every five years) to have a check to assess their risk of heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, diabetes and certain types of dementia and will be given support and advice to help them reduce or manage that risk.  



 
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