We will be CLOSED for Bank Holiday on Monday 27th May 2019  and will re-open as usual on Tuesday 28rd May at 8.00am

 General medical advice for minor ailments can be sought from your pharmacy

 If you need to be seen on the day you can go to the Lewisham Urgent care. This is a drop in service from 8am – 8pm

 For other medical advice please call


NHS 111



Self Referral Services

If you are registered with the practice, you have access to services in the local area that do not require you to see a GP in order to be referred.

IAPT- Lewisham Psychological Therapy Services.

IAPT is a free and confidential NHS service provided by the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust. They are part of the national Improving Access to Psychological Therapies programme.

Lewisham IAPT is not a crisis service. If you are in significant distress, have concerns around keeping yourself safe and/or feel you need help urgently, please contact the GP surgery, local accident & emergency department/urgent care centre (located in Lewisham Hospital) or call the local 24-hour mental health helpline 0800 731 2864.


Lewisham Foot Health Services provide assessment, diagnosis, treatment, education and advice on disease and deformities related to the foot and lower limb. Only people with a health condition that impacts on the health of their feet, or people with a significant foot problem such as a wound, acutely ingrowing nail or painful musculoskeletal condition, can be given access to the service.


Lewisham Hospital
The quickest and easiest option for booking your first appointment is to refer yourself online.
You can also contact the maternity team directly, using the call the midwife hotline on 07787 841 986.

Guys and St Thomas Hospital
In order to self-refer to Guys and St Thomas hospital you can email a referral form using the website below.


Social Prescribing

Pharmacy First

The Pharmacy First scheme provides advice, treatment and medicines for common ailments from your local pharmacy. How does it work?

If you have any common ailments, you can access the Pharmacy First scheme in two ways:

Visit one of the pharmacies taking part in the Pharmacy First scheme.  You will be seen promptly by a member of the pharmacy team and you can ask to be seen in private.

Some practices use this scheme and may give you a voucher (one per patient) to take to the pharmacy.

For more information please check;

  1. Use the Right Service;