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Welcome to Larkshall Medical Centre


Flu Clinic in COVID times: October 2020

We are planning to start socially distanced walk-in FLU CLINIC CAMPAIGN from Monday 5th October each morning between 9-12am for the next 2 weeks.
There will be a one way system in and out of surgery. Please wear a face covering.
Patients will give their name and date of birth at the door. 
While you are here we might suggest other interventions in a "one stop shop" catch up opportunity; BP measurement, shingle vaccine, pneumonia vaccine, blood forms.
We want to make it easy as possible to access the flu jab. No appointment is required.

Please note this message from NHS:

Please note that people in the 50-64-year old age group will not be vaccinated until November and December, providing there is sufficient vaccine, and no appointments will be offered for this age group until then. This is to ensure that those who are most at risk are vaccinated first.  If you are 50-64 and you are in one of the other groups which is eligible for the flu vaccination, for example you have a health condition which puts you at risk from the flu, you will be invited earlier.

Weekend and Evening Appointments 

Patients registered at our surgery can see a doctor or a nurse any evening 6:30-10pm Mon-Fri & at the weekends at an allocated Surgery in Waltham Forest.  Please open the "Evening & Weekend GP" word document for further information on time and locations of appointments available across the borough. To make an appointment and for additional information call 0208 519 3999. Appoinment lines are open 12-8pm Mon-Fri and 8am -6pm Sat/Sun.

Please note our receptionists can also make appointments for you for this service... for your convenience.

Join the Patient Participation Group

Once registered, patients and healthcare professionals work together to ensure the most appropriate care is provided. This partnership philosophy extends even further and our active Patient Paricipation Group exists to ensure that patient needs and the services the practice offering are always heading in the same direction. Please join today and have your say. Even if you don't want to join please leave questions in the feedback at Contact details and we will table your queries and get answers. Our meetings are conducted on Zoom. 

Our website

We endeavour to have the information on this website up to date. If you notice inaccuracies or have any suggestions please go to Contact us and submit a form.

Online Services & eConsults

Patient can usually book appointments online but are not available during Coronavirus outbreak. Please arrange for prescription requests to be done online. Please click on Appointments tab to login or register for your account or please ask our receptionists for details.

We also provide online consultations: eConsult provides medical advice at the clik of a button.

Here you can learn more about your condition and contact your GP via an online form. This will allow the GP to decide on the most appropriate treatment options for you and you will receive a response by the end of the next working day. You can also request test results and extensions to fit notes.



Coronavirus COVID 19 UPDATE

During the Coronavirus outbreak we would like to protect our patients and staff. To this end we are moving most appointments to telephone, video and e-consultations so please be reassured we are here and offering consultations. We have suspended booking appointments online. Please phone our staff to set you up for electronic prescribing so prescriptions can be arranged online straight to your pharmacy of choice.

Self certification can be done online. Please see the following link for further information on staying at home and guidance for patients.

Symptoms & Guidance

NHS has instructed GP to tell patients that if you think you be have the coronavirus please do not come to surgery. Call NHS 111. Please see the link below for further information

Support for those in Need in Waltham Forest

If you are over 70 with no help, friends, family who can assist with day to day shopping? Are you very high risk group shielding for 12 weeks with limited or no support? Are you isolated and need assistance? Click on link to see what's available locally

(Site updated 28/09/2020)

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Larkshall Medical Centre

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020 8519 3999
020 8519 3999

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