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Local Hub Appointments

You may be offered a GP appointment at one of any local hubs so that you can be seen between 6:30pm-8:00pm weekdays and at weekends 8:00am-8:00pm (Saturday and Sunday).

To book please contact us on 020 8980 1822. You cannot book directly with the Hubs.

The local hubs are also now offering appointments with there nursing team for things like smears, NHS Health Checks, blood tests and childhood immunisations (NOT TRAVEL). For a full list please see below. 

To book please contact us on 020 8980 1822. You cannot book directly with the Hubs.

Why are they different to a Walk-in Centre?

- You will have an appointment time so will not have to wait to be seen.

- They will be able to see your GP record electronically.


St Andrews Health Centre

2 Hannaford Walk

London E3 3FF

Barkantine Practice

121 Westferry Road

London E14 8JE

Blithehale Medical Centre

22 Dunbridge Street

London E2 6JA

East One Health Centre

14 Deancross Street

London E1 2QA

What can the hubs do?

The local Hubs will do:

- Routine and Urgent GP appointments (some restrictions apply - see below)

- NHS Health Checks

- Blood Tests (must have blood test form from GP)

- Chronic Disease (e.g. Diabetes, CHD and Hypertension) Annual Review Part 1's

- Alcohol advice

- Ear syringing

- Contraception

- Sexual health checks

- Cervical Smears

- Wound care

- Childhood Immunisations (not for the purposes of Travel)

- Asthma reviews

What don't the hubs do?

The local Hubs will not do:

- Home Visits
- Repeat Prescriptions (unless in an emergency)
- Dental pain or emergencies
- Non-urgent specialist referrals
- All conditions that can be managed through Pharmacy First - see tab above for details
- Minor burns or scalds
- Minor eye injuries
- LTC Care where continuity is essential
- Fit to work notes
- All letters (Housing Benefit etc)
- Any non-core NHS Services (eg Travel and Medicals)

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