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The Nightingale Practice10 Kenninghall RoadClapton, London, E5 8BYTel: 020 8985 8388
NHS population screening: information leaflet for transgender and non-binary people:
NHS Screening Programmes
There is a new PHE patient information leaflet ‘for trans people NHS Screening Programmes’. This leaflet should be made available to trans and non-binary people to inform them about the:-
You can download and print off hard copies as required. You can print this document in booklet form if your computer has that option.
Access this leaflet via the link:-
We are now using AskMyGP as our new appointment system. Which means you no longer need to call the surgery to request help or book an appointment with your GP surgery.
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.
Click on the link below to get started.
Our opening hours are:
We will also be opening for Routine and Nurse appointments on Saturday mornings from 09:00 - 12:00 twice per month.
These appointments will be available to book in advance. We hope that this will make it easier for you to book an appointment that is convenient for you.
Our phone lines will be open as follows:
If you need urgent care before 8.00am, after 6:30pm on a weekday or on a Saturday & Sunday please call 111
If you are to ill to come to the surgery and need a doctor to visit you at home please contact the practice before 11am.
If you require medical attention when the surgery is closed please call 111
These details are also on our telephone answering machine.
YOU SHOULD ONLY GO DIRECTLY TO ACCIDENT AND EMERGENCY IN CASES OF REAL EMERGENCY, SUCH AS SEVERE CHEST PAIN OR BREATHLESSNESS, LOSS OF CONSCIOUSNESS, BLOOD LOSS OR A SERIOUS ACCIDENT.
If you are unable to attend your appointment please let us know as soon as possible so we may offer it to another patient.
City & Hackney GP Confederation
Evening & Weekend Appointments Available - Extended Access
In addition to the practice opening hours, patients in City & Hackney have access to a GP, Practice Nurse, Pharmacist and Healthcare Assistant (including blood clinics) appointments from 6.30pm - 8.00pm Monday to Friday and to GP appointments from 8.00am - 8.00pm Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays as part of the Extended Hours GP Access Service.
These appointments are available at GP practices across City & Hackney. Patients can book these appointments by contacting their own GP practice during opening hours or by calling NHS 111 when their practice is closed.
Staff at those practices will have access to your medical records to ensure that you receive the best possible care and support.