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NHS New Out of Hours Arrangement from 1.10.2018

This new integrated out-of-hours service, starting at 11 AM on 1 October 2018, will be managed by the LAS (London Ambulance Service). ALL PATIENTS REQUIRING ACCESS TO THE OUT OF HOURS SERVICES WILL NEED TO RING 111. The old number, 020 8185 0545 is no longer in use. In effect, 111 will be the single point of telephone entry into urgent care services in the out of hours period (when the surgery is closed).

Community Midwives

Homerton Hospital/Kingsmead

020 8510 5555

Midwives from the Homerton offer full ante-natal care along with general postnatal health advice every Wednesday afternoon. Appointments are made through the GP and hospital staff.

Community Nurses

District nurses provide nursing care primarily through home visits but also at the practice by arrangement. Contact 020 8985 5013.

Health Visitors

Miss Dyonne Peltier (f)

Health visitors are based at lower Clapton Health Centre and offer services which include health care of expectant mothers, children under five and the elderly. Contact number 0207 683 4695. Also at Daubeney Children's Centre Wednesday afternoon 1:30pm-3.30pm. Contact number 0208 525 7040.

Attached Staff

Community Psychiatric Nurse

020 8533 6116

The psychiatric nurse sees patients at the practice every Wednesday AM after referral from one of the GPs.

The psychiatric registrar sees patients at the practice once a month after referral from one of the GPs.

Turkish Advocate

020 7613 5944

The health advocate is currently available only for Turkish patients every Friday morning, these appointments are not pre-bookable appointments, these appointments are booked on the morning. There is also a language telephone line for non-English speaking which patients/GPs can use for assistance during consultation.

 
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