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Appointments

The Triangle Group Surgery operates an appointment system. An appointmnet will last a maximum of 10 minutes. Appointments with a doctor or nurse must be made beforehand. Walk-in appointments are available only for children under the age of 16 during the evening surgery every day from 3pm - 5:30pm except Monday when it starts at 3:30pm

Cancelling your Appointment

If you are unable to attend an appointment with one of the doctors or nurses, please telephone or use the Online Services link to cancel your appointment.

Results over the phone

Results of smears, swabs, x-rays and blood tests are available by phone between 3:00pm – 6:00pm, for the patient only. Please note that results normally take one week to be notified to the practice. It is the patient’s responsibility to follow-up on their test results.

Practice Nurse

The practice nurse is available by appointment for:

  • Immunisations
    routine - Flu and Pneumococcal for at risk groups.
    child - The baby's red book must be brought to the appointment.
    travel - Travel advice is provided.See the nurse at least 8 weeks before your intended date of travel.
  • chdDressings and suture removal Please bring your dressing plan provided by the hospital with you
  • Contraception information - Advice on the range of contraception available. Free contraception is available (pill prescriptions, contraceptive injections, condoms & ‘emergency contraception’). Emergency contraception is also available at these chemists, and can be obtained without seeing a doctor or nurse first. All other forms of contraception (e.g. coils and implants) are available at these Sexual Health Clinics. General family planning advice is also available.
  • Cervical smears - Please ensure that your smear appointment is approximately midway between periods. (i.e. 2 weeks after the start of your period).
  • New registration health checks - All newly registered are advised to have a general health check up. This includes measuring height, weight, blood pressure, urine testing, smoking and general healthy living advice.
  • Health and dietary advice - Advice on healthy eating, lowering cholesterol levels, weight management and healthy living.
  • Blood pressure checks
  • Smoking Cessation advice - Routine blood pressure checks and for those with high blood pressure. Smokers will be offered advice on how to stop smoking and are referred to a Specialist Smokers Clinic if they wish.

child consultHealth Visitors

Their primary role is to ensure that families with children under five years old are growing and developing normally. They also advise on routine immunisations. They may be contacted at Hawstead Road 020 7138 1732/6. For details about the Community Child Health Clinics, please contact the practice.

District Nurse

The District Nurse and her team are involved in the care of housebound people in the community. They may be contacted Monday - Friday between 9am - 5pm on 0203 049 3000.

Community Midwife

The midwife takes part in our antenatal clinics and looks after pregnant women in our community, delivering babies at home and in the hospitals and providing them information on diet, exercise, general health and maternity rights. We have our own attached midwife who also runs antenatal classes and can provide you with further information about these classes.

Counselling Psychologist

The counselling psychologist is available to help people with emotional and psychological problems. Please discuss this with a doctor first.

 
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