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We are a four partner practice in modern purpose built premises.

The practice was established in 1956 to cover the Roehampton and Putney area.

Our aim, with your co-operation, is to provide a high standard of care for all our patients.

We welcome new patients. Please fill out our online forms or drop in to register.


If you or a family member have returned from mainland China, Thailand, Japan, Republic of Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia or Macau in the last 2 weeks and feel unwell with flu symptoms, shortness of breath or diarrhoea DO NOT ATTEND THE SURGERY.

Stay at home and call 111 who will call you back with instructions

For the latest information about the Coronavirus (including the list of countries) please visit:

Everyone is being reminded to follow Public Health advice to:

  • Always carry tissues with you and use them to catch your cough or sneeze. Then bin the tissue, and wash your hands, or use a sanitiser gel.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water, especially after using public transport. Use a sanitiser gel if soap and water are not available.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are unwell.

Updated: 19.02.2020


                                          Dr Lauren Bloch is currently away from the practice.

                                        She will be returning in March 2020.

We are pleased that we will have

Dr Amy Vowler covering her work;

she is available at the same times and additional hours.

            We have launched a new service 


Feeling unwell check your symptoms and book appointments online with doctorlink

For more information on this service please visit our Clinics & Services tab

We are receiving a high number of calls regarding coughs,cold, sore throats and stomach bugs. These can be treated with over the counter or with rest and plenty of water.

Your pharmacist can help with the above and also the following ailments.

        Pharmacy/Chemist Search

Viral illnesses cannot be treated with antibiotics. Please use the following link for Further in formation: 

Antibiotics, Do I Need Them?

Please be aware our Reception staff are trained to enquire about the nature of your illness so they can guide you to the appropriate care provider. This may be a GP/Nurse appointment or another service.

There is currently a mumps outbreak in the UK and a measles outbreak in the US. 

It is important to protect your children against these and other infectious diseases. 

Please book an appointment with the nurse for your children's vaccinations.

If you are not sure what is due or you think they have missed some we can usually still do catch up vaccinations- just discuss it with the nurse. 

Read a letter by Roald Dahl on Measles

Roald Dahl on Measles

Please remember when ordering Repeat Prescriptions to allow 2 full working days. Repeat prescriptions do not require a GP appointment.

The NHS is currently at their fullest capacity so please consider whether it is a genuine emergency before calling 999. Emergency services are there for emergencies only (heart attacks, accidents, strokes, anything where a life is threatened). 

Sickness Certificates

If you have an illness lasting seven days or less you do not require a doctor's sickness certificate.

You may need to complete a self-certification form - SC2, which is available from the HMRC website or you can click on the link  to download a form.  

 Self-certification sickness form SC2

 Patient Survey  

How are we doing? Are you pleased with the service and care we provide?

Please click here to rate us, by answering a few questions for Wandsworth's Clinical Commissioning Group.

Thank you.

(Site updated 19/02/2020)
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