Surgery will be closed on 20th June 2019 for Protected Time Training
Please note the surgery will be closed from 12.00 – 6.30pm
Between 12.00 – 6.30pm if you require assistance please call
020 3325 4266
After 6.30pm, please contact NHS111 as usual
The on-line service is temporarily down for booking appointment due to a technical fault, we will inform patients as soon as this has been fixed.
In the meantime patient can download MYGP app if they have a smart phone to make appointments.
We have opened up more appointment availability to cover the on-line appointment shortfall.
Protected Learning Time (PLT)
To find out more about when the surgery will be closed for Protected Learning Time please click here
Plumstead Health Centre's Extended Hours Access Day will be changing
from Wednesdays to Mondays from
Monday 23rd April 2018
We will be opening late from 6.30pm - 8.00pm.
GP Access Hubs
Patients registered with a Greenwich GP can now be seen outside of normal practice hours at one of our two GP Access Hubs to give Greenwich patients better access to primary care. The Access Hubs are situated here:
Eltham Community Hospital
Eltham SE9 5DQ
Thamesmead Health Centre
4-5 Thames Reach
Thamesmead SE28 0NY
Both hubs are open:
- Saturday and Sunday, 8am to 8pm
- Monday to Friday, 4pm to 8pm.
Festive season: Over the festive season, appointments will be available from 8am to 8pm on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day from the Thamesmead hub.
You will be seen by a Greenwich GP who will have access to your patient records. The Access Hubs are for patients who are unable to get an appointment with their own GP Practice or if you have called NHS 111 for an urgent problem that can be seen by a GP.
How do I get an appointment?
If you are unable to get an appointment with your own GP practice, ask for an appointment at one of the Access Hubs. Your GP practice can book you an appointment.
If you have called NHS 111 for an urgent problem that can be seen by a GP, NHS 111 will book you an appointment at one of the Access Hubs.
The GP Access Hubs offer the following benefits:
- The GP Access Hubs are designed to be an extension of GP services.
- Patients will see a Greenwich GP who will have access to the patient's medical records to continue their care
- Details of patient consultation will be available to the registered GP straight away
- Waiting times will be kept to a minimum through the appointment system
- GPs will be able to book advance appointments for their patients
All GP surgeries in Greenwich are connected to the same IT network, meaning your medical records can be accessed and updated, no matter which doctor you see. Your medical records will only be shared between your practice and the hub if you have not actively opted out of data sharing. If you are unsure, please speak to your registered GP.
Important message for all patients
As from the 1st March 2016 the times you are able to book an appointment will change
From 9am to 8am
From 4.30 pm to 3pm
Subject to availability
Named Accountable GP
All Patients including children will be allocated a named accountable GP
from 31st March 2016.
Greenwich Carers Centre
This is for patients who are caring for someone with an illness or a disability.
The Stables SE7 website www.thestablesse7.com will direct you to
all relevant information and self-referrals.
FRIENDS AND FAMILY TEST
To enable your Practice to improve services to you,
we would request that you complete a Friends And Family Test
when visiting the Practice.
Patient Participation Group
If you are interested in joining our Patient Participation Group (PPG), please contact Carol Jones (receptionist) tel: 0208 316 5472.
Dr. K. Uzoma, Dr. B. Gupta Polisetty, Dr. A.Sharma & Dr S Kamalakshy
When we are closed – out of hours support
When our practice is closed you can still get support. You can get expert medical advice and useful information by calling NHS 111 or through 111 online.
The NHS 111 service is available 24 hours a day and can provide patient information, issue prescriptions to a pharmacy of your choice, book a GP appointment, and, if necessary, refer people to emergency services.
Wheelchair access to both buildings is available and is on one level and therefore available to all.