All consultations are by appointment which can be made by telephone from 8am and in person from 9am. Where possible the appointment will be made with your own doctor. The doctors and nurse practitioner will speak to patients after morning surgery if appropriate (see above).
Please speak to a receptionist who will advise the best course of action.

You can make appointments online via the link at the top of this page. Please contact reception for a username and password.











All appointments are bookable up to six weeks in advance. We have on the day appointments for all GPs and the Nurse Practitioner every day.

Late night/Saturday appointments are also available to book online (you must register for this facility).

If you are acutely unwell always ring the surgery first; you will always be given advice or seen that day.

8 to 8 GP Hub Appointments

You can now be seen by a GP outside of the practice opening hours at one of the 8 to 8 GP hubs in 3 of the Wandsworth localities. The consulting GP will have access to your full medical history and will document the consultation directly into your notes. These appointments are available up to 8pm during the week and on Saturdays and Sundays

You can only be booked into the hub by staff here at the practice who will decide if it is appropriate for you to be given a hub appointment. Please be aware these appointments are limited and are also for other local practices to use also. If in the event there are no appointments at a hub you will be advised to wait for the next available appointment at the Practice.

 The hubs are at the following locations in Wandsworth:

The Junction Health Centre                                                                          8 to 8

Arches 5-8 Grant Road

Clapham Junction

SW11 2NU

Bedford Hill Family Practice

120-124 Bedford Hill


SW12 9HS

Tudor Lodge Health Centre

8C Victoria Drive


SW19 6AE

Online Triage Tool 


Antenatal appointments are to be made with a GP in routine surgery. Please inform the receptionist at the time of booking.

Telephoning the Surgery

If you wish to speak to your doctor or the triage nurse on the telephone, please call and leave your number and you will be called back as soon as it is convenient (this is likely to be after the end of surgery). If you have an answering machine, do please remember to leave it switched off.

We may record your telephone call for training and research purposes only.


If you cannot attend an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible in order for us to give the slot to someone else.

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