Services offered are:
Well Person Health Check
Initial registration and regular assessment by the nurses to a standard protocol is offered by appointment. Patient between the ages of 16-74 who have not been seen at the surgery for a period of 3 years may request a consultation with a clinician, at which time any appropriate investigations will be made.
This is carried out in the practice. Before any surgery you need to discuss the problem with one of the doctors.
The practice is fortunate to have access to the Lambeth Community Care Centre in Monkton Street (SE11). This has inpatient beds where you can be cared for by your own GP and a variety of paramedical and patient services. We are also able to refer patients to the Pulross Centre which is located in Brixton.
Confidential Advice & Information for Teenagers
Contraceptive Services & Safer Sex
The nurses and the doctors are available by appointment to provide contraception and advice. This advice will be confidential, irrespective of age. Free condoms are available.
Emergency Contraceptive Services.
If you are unable to get an appointment with either a doctor or nurse at the surgery, or the surgery is closed, or should you not wish to discuss contraception or sexual matters at the surgery, there are alternative places to go for help:
Family Planning Clinics
Please ask at the reception desk for details of addresses, telephone numbers & opening hours of local family planning clinics.
Hospital Accident & Emergency Department. Open 24 hours.
Lydia Clinic, Sexual Health Clinic at St Thomas' Hospital. Tel: 020 7188 7188. No appointment necessary. Please phone for opening times.
Brook Advisory Centre. 374 Brixton Road, Brixton.
Family Planning Services
All doctors and the nurses have special training in family planning and are pleased to offer advice. Please make an appointment.
Ante Natal Services
Child Health Clinic
Vaccinations and Immunisations
Many childhood illnesses such as mumps, measles, polio etc are easily preventable through vaccinations. A full range of vaccinations and immunisations are available at this surgery, and we will be inviting you to bring your child to attend. We recommend that you make it a priority to complete the full course of immunisations to ensure that your child is protected from unnecessary illness. The doctors, nurses or health visitor will happily answer any queries you may have.
Advice can be given on healthy eating. Cholesterol levels can also be monitored. Please make an appointment with one of our nurses.
Our nurses are available for travel advice and immunisations by appointment. We hold a Travel Clinic on Thursday afternoons only
Cervical cancer is a source of preventable death and illness, and routine screening is a demonstrably effective way of diagnosing it at an early stage, when it can be easily cured. The surgery carries out a screening programme and we would strongly encourage you to attend for cervical smears when you receive an invitation letter.
Binfield Road Surgery also has a Patient Participation Group (PPG) who meet bimonthly.
1 Binfield Road, London, SW4 6TB
Monday 08.00 - 18:30 Tuesday 08:00 - 18:30 Wednesday 08:00 - 18:30 Thursday 08:00 - 18:30 Friday 08:00 - 18:30 Weekend closed
Hungarian (Please ask at reception if you would like to arrange a translator in any language)