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We are pleased to announce that we are now hosting an evening and weekend GP Access Hub for Greenwich residents at the Burney Street site. Tuesdays & Thursdays 4pm-8pm and Saturdays 9am-12pm by appointment only bookable through your GP practice. If you need to cancel an appointment please contact your GP practice in working hours or alternatively cancel using the online tool

Important Notice - Please see up to date list of Charges 

List of Charges

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



There may be times when vulnerable patients and/or their carers need assistance in gaining the help, support and advice they need. This could be for a variety of reasons, including when they are looking to access benefits, support, or health and social services.

An advocate is a person independent of the NHS and social services, who is not one of the patient’s family or friends. They will help direct the patient to gain, argue the patient’s case and help to make sure that correct procedures are followed.

Not every area of the country has a dedicated advocacy service, however if they do it can usually be found through the local council. Patients can find this out by going to the local council website or visiting

Greenwich Mind – T: 020 3198 2222 F: 020 8301 8374

Greenwich Mind Advocates work as instructed by the client. Therefore they work differently according to the needs and wishes of our individual clients. Some common examples of advocacy work include:

1.   Listening to you and helping you have your voice heard. 
2.   Supporting you in making complaints regarding services. 
3.   Supporting you with regard to access personal budgets (‘personalisation’)
4.   Supporting you in seeking to further your education, including accessing  grants , etc
5.   Supporting you in gaining legal advice and representation if necessary. 
6.   Providing information on community groups and support networks 

If you have a care co-ordinator from your local social services or healthcare team they could be another point of call for the patient.

Help can also be gained from services such as AGE UK and Diabetes UK, who can help patients find the help and support they need.

Care UK have a free advice line for carers on 0808 808 7777, or try visiting their website.

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