We are committed to caring for the physical, psychological and social aspects of our patient's health, incorporating the prevention and treatment of disease and promotion of health. To constantly improve the quality of our service we will perform clinical and organisational audit, undergo regular training and base our practice on evidence based research. We will strive to offer the highest standard of care available resources permit and continue our commitment to the NHS acting where possible, as your advocate in its improvement. We will provide care according to need regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, problems or mental and physical ability. We aim to provide a safe environment for the practice health team, our patients and visitors and to make the Nightingale Practice an enjoyable place to work.
Our first online meeting
4.30pm, Thursday 29 October
For a discussion about COVID-19
Please join us! New members welcome.
We want to hear from more patients about how we can improve services for all patients in Nightingale Practice.
RSVP: speak to the reception team.
We will send you video call details before the meeting.
Email address: CAHCCG.email@example.com
The Friends of Nightingale Practice is a voluntary group that meets regularly to listen to people’s feedback to help improve local services. We warmly welcome all patients, family members and carers to attend our meetings and to get involved in our plans.
Our aim is to ensure that all patient voices are heard about what matters most to them about local services in Hackney Downs.
Virtual Consultation Group
For more information on all Smokefree Hackney’s services visit:
Ring/email Smokefree Hackney team:
This Saturday 17th October 2020 from 9:00am - 1:00pm Childrens flu clinic will take place for ages 2 - 3 years and 12 - 17 years. And also anyone with learning difficulties who requires a nasal spray instead of an injection.
Please print out and complete the form below and bring it with you to the clinic
Flu Clinic form
Patients between 50-64 years old with no health conditions:
Please do not attend this clinic. We will be holding walk-in clinics for your age group soon.
Please check the website regularly for updates.
Click on the link below to access AskMyGP
Click on the instructions below if you are require help registering for the first time and how to send a medical request.
AskmyGP instructions - Registering for the first time and making a medical request
Getting clinical and administrative help at the Nightingale Practice is going to get quicker and easier, using your smartphone, tablet or computer anytime anywhere.
This is all thanks to your feedback.
From the middle of August 2020 we are changing our appointment system.
We hope that this new system will improve your experience of the practice and as always we would welcome your feedback online (care opinion) or why not join our virtual patient group
Why a new system?
Feedback from patients has always been very positive when they have spoken to or seen a healthcare professional however, trying to get through to the surgery by phone proved to be constantly difficult.
Our new system allows patients to get the right help from the practice team through making a request on-line, freeing up the phones for those patients who are the most vulnerable and find it most difficult to get through to us.
To get onto patient access click on the Patient access icon. Once you have registered online you will need to call reception to provide your email address who will then email you the registration letter with your account ID. Once you have access you will be able to do the following:
Patient Access features
- Book face-to-face or remote appointments with a nurse without having to call your practice.
- Request repeat medication at your convenience, with automated delivery of your prescription to your preferred pharmacy
- Keep track of your medical record, including problems, test results, immunisations and allergies.
(Site updated 16/10/2020)