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Online services

Click on the above hyperlink to access our online service through patient access. In addition we offer:

Skype appointments: available with Dr Dino Pardhanani. Goto 'Appointments' and then 'Virtual Consultations' for booking details.

Surgery Clinicians are able to use Kinesis software to gain fast access to a virtual expert/ consultant opinions. This may mean patients incur less delay and/or do not require onward referral before the next step in their management is taken.  

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Pregnancy & Babies  

Antenatal care is by provided by all Doctors in the practice. 

Midwives hold a bookable clinic on Tuesday from 2pm to 3.30babyminionpm.

Dr Clare O'Sullivan performs 8-week baby screening checks and supervises infant vaccinations in Baby Clinic. Appointments are on Monday from 1.30pm to 2.30pm

Health Visitor clinics are run from a local hub practice.

'My Maternity Journey in South West London' leaflet
Start 4 Life Weaning link


Patients on warfarin or newer anticoagulants can be monitored in-house by the practice nurse, overseen by Dr Dino Pardhanani.

Chronic Diseases

Patients with Chronic Diseases, including Asthma and Diabetes, are recommended to have regular reviews.

Book an appointment with the specialist nurse / HCA.

Preventative Medicine

Nurses and HCAs can perform blood pressure checks, cervical smears, immunisations and well-person health checks. They can also give advice about healthy living, including smoking cessation, a healthy diet and keeping active.

Blood Pressure

Healthy adults over the age of 40 should have their BP checked at least every 5 years.

Cervical Smears

Women 25-50 years old are screened every 3 years and every 5 years for 50-65 year olds. Please book a nurse appointment.

Flu Vaccinations

All 2 and 3 year olds (on 1st September 2018) are to be offered the nasal flu vaccination. Additionally, any child aged 4-18 in at risk groups can get their nasal flu vaccine at the surgery.

Children aged 3-9 who are not at risk will be offered the vaccination by school nurses. If your child misses this however, the surgery is unable to do it at the surgery, instead contacting the Childhood Immunisation team on 07880277958 to be added to their catch up programme. 

Adult vaccines are recommended for people over 65 and patients and at risk patients. Housebound patients are vaccinated through the surgery with local pharmacists offering a service to other ambulatory patients. 

NHS Health Checks

Adults in England between 40-74 years old are encouraged to have NHS Health Checks. They give you and us a clearer picture of your health and help us both take action to reduce your risks of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and kidney disease.


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