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Important information about the coronavirus (COVID-19)

Due to the emergency COVID 19 crisis we are now only doing routine telephone appointments at this time.  Please call reception on 020 8450 5454  where you will be placed in the telephone triage system.  If you are experiencing a New continuous cough or fever please self isolate and visit the NHS 111 online for further details

If you require a repeat prescription please use the online facility by visiting patient access or by emailing  You may post your prescription through the door but you will need to nominate a pharmacy to collect from.  If you wish to collect your prescription from the surgery please contact reception on 0208 450 5454 and you will be given a time to collect your prescription.

Update: 16.3.2020

The Council on Hypertension of the European Society of Cardiology wish to highlight the lack of any evidence supporting harmful effect of ACE-I(Ramipril, Lisinopril, Perindopril & Enalapril) and ARB (Candesartan, Irbesartan, Losartan). in the context of the pandemic COVID - 19 outbreak.  The council of Hypertension strongly recommend that physicians and patients should continue treatment with their usual anti-hypertensive therapy because there is no clinical or scientific evidence to suggest that treatment with ACEi or ARBs should be discontinued because of the COVID-19 infection

Please see below for a letter for your Employer  should they require documentation

Medical Certfication for Employers

CoronaVirus Sources for Patients

Services available for Patients

Summary Care Records

your care data Summary Care Records:

What is a Summary Care Record (SCR)?

Patients can over the next few years have a Summary Care Record which can be available to authorised Health Care Professionals treating them anywhere in the NHS in England.


At first a patients SCR will contain key health information:


  • Current Medication
  • Allergies
  • Adverse Reactions
  • Discontinued List (Past medication - 6 months)
Patients who were registered before the 30th June 2010 would of received a letter regarding Summary Care Records (SCR).  The initiative has been set up to provide more consistent and accurate patient records but that information is only available to your GP - patients care can be greatly improved by making that information available to other healthcare organisations who may need to provide care/treatment.
Upon receipt of the letters patients had a choice to:
1. Either decide that they want a summary care record created - in this instance you did not need to do anything.
2.You may have decided that you do not want a care record created - in this case you would have had an opt out form and bought it to us so that we could record it on our clinical system by the 30th June 2010.
3.If you were undecided then you could have completed the opt out form as you can always opt in at a later date.
4. If you registered with our practice on or after the 27th January 2010, you may not have been sent a letter, if you wish to opt out kindly print a copy of the opt out form below.

opt out form


Opting Out

If you present at an alternative health care setting, such as A&E, even if they ask you if your SCR can be accessed and you say yes, there will be no record to view.  However, if you request  for a SCR to be created, you will be asked at every alternative consultation if your record can be viewed - YOU WILL HAVE FULL CONTROL!

If you would like more information regarding Summary Care Records, you can visit the SCR section on CFH Website:

or call NHS Care Records Service Information Line on 0845 603 8510

There is an excellent frequently asked questions document.

Better Information Means Better Care

Questions & Answers

You can find out more on the NHS England Care Data website

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