Request an appointment

You can now request an appointment online by clicking the link below. One simple form to complete.
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If you are unable to complete the online form please call the Care Navigating team on 020 8874 7113.
  • Telephone consultations: A clinician will call you in a given window time
  • Video consultations:  A clinician will send you a link to join them for a video consultation
  • Face to face consultations: A clinician will see you at the surgery if there is a clinical need or if this is your preference
All clinical queries are triaged by the clinical team and anything submitted before 16.00 will have a response on the same day. 
Admin queries will have a response within two working days. 

We have an expanding team and an increasing selection of appointment types to help you get the best out of our NHS services.  Our aim is to assess your medical need and to guide you to the right help for your needs to make it safe and efficient for you.

We have a range of options of appointments, see more information on our skilled health care professionals below. Our team will assist you to ensure you get a slot with the right person smoothly.

  • Paramedics – people trained in nursing and paramedic skills, minor illnesses and injuries. Can review patients at home who require it.
  • Pharmacists – clinical pharmacists are highly qualified experts in managing medicine and consult and treat patients directly.
  • Physicians Associates – they are skilled health care professionals who support doctors in the diagnosis and management or patients.
  • Physiotherapists – assess and advise patients with physical difficulties resulting from illness, injury disability or ageing. Can refer on for specialist treatment or investigation after initial assessment.
  • A Mental health worker – can assist GPs managing and supporting patients awaiting local psychology services (Talk Wandsworth) or those who have been discharged
  • A Social prescriber (link worker) – professional dedicated to social care and well-being of patients
  • A Health and well-being coach – works directly with patients to help support to make changes in areas such as diet, exercise, sleep or stress or living with a long term condition.
  • Care Co-ordinator – organising planned care and review appointments for specific groups of patients


These professionals have specialist knowledge and skills in their field and appointments are often more readily available than waiting for a GP.

What is a physician associate?