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Lambton Road Medical Practice

at 1 Lambton Road, London SW20 0LW | t: 020 3883 5900 | f: 020 8946 2627 | e: Merccg.correspondenceH85051@nhs.net




WE WILL BE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAY 7TH MARCH FROM
12PM UNTIL 8AM THE NEXT DAY FOR TRAINING PROVIDED
BY MERTON CCG.
FOR AN ON THE DAY APPOINTMENT PLEASE CALL 111 WHILST
WE ARE CLOSED BUT ALL EMERGENCIES PLEASE DIAL 999.



0208 946 2627

Our Clinics & Services



 

 

 

Aged 75 Or Over

 

We have a practice policy that all patients over 75 should have a yearly health check. Please ask at reception for details.  All patients aged 75 and over now have a named GP.

 

 

Antenatal Clinics

 

The practice runs a “shared care” system. This way you will see your own doctor and go to the hospital for booking and special tests, eg scans. We encourage pregnant ladies to let the reception team know when they are consulting a nurse or doctor about pregnancy advice.

  

Long-Acting Reversible Contraception

 

The practice now offer long-acting reversible contraception in the form of IUCD (coil) fittings and contraceptive implants. Our nurses also carry out coil checks and removals. Telephone consultations may have to be arranged prior to booking these appointments so please speak to a member of the reception team for further information and to be booked in with the appropriate GP or nurse.   

 

 

Travel Advice

 

Please book an appointment with the travel nurse at least two months prior to departure, as some immunisations need to be given in advance to provide optimum cover. Please note that not all travel vaccines are free, so you may be required to pay a charge. We also accept cheques. It is possible to book a telephone consultation with a nurse travel specialist to discuss your likely vaccination requirements. This NHS website: Fit For Travel, will help you to work out what you need before you leave. British Airways also provide general information on flying with certain medical conditions. Please note that Travel Health Insurance is essential for any journey abroad.

 


Do I Have To Pay For Anything?

 

Everything concerned with your health or that of your family is free (except prescriptions unless you are entitled to get them free). For most other services including medicals, private certificates and passports a fee is charged at the rate recommended by the British Medical Association, as is also the case with some travel vaccines. A list of fees is posted in the waiting room and is available here. We accept cheques and cash by way of payment.

 

 


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