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  • Did you know that you can book a Telephone Consultation with your GP?

  • Did you know you can view your medical records if you have registered for Online Access?

  • We now have colouring books available for children. Parents please ask reception.

Welcome to Adelaide Medical Centre

bldg.jpgThe Doctors and staff at Adelaide Medical Centre in Hampstead/Chalk Farm are proud to deliver the highest standard of patient-centred care. We have always had a named GP for each patient to embed this ethos in the practice. We have bookable early (Mon & Fri), late (Wed) and weekend (Sat am) appointments, as well as emergency clinics every weekday. We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal & postnatal care, childhood & travel vaccinations.

In addition to everything you need to know about the practice you will also find a wealth of health-related information in the menu on the right hand side.


Surgery Closure

The practice will be closed on Wednesday 21st March from 1pm for staff training. We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause. The surgery will re-open at 6.30pm for the pre-booked clinic only.

Patient Access

If you have already been issued with your online sign up codes, please click on the box below

Patient Access

Having trouble signing up. Click on the link below.

using online services

 Wednesday Baby Clinic

Please note, to help alleviate congestion at the Wednesday Baby Clinics, we have moved to an appointment system for anyone wishing to see the Health Visitor.  If you wish to book an appointment for the Baby Clinic please telephone reception on the surgery number.  

Disabled Access

The practice is purpose-built and all consulting rooms are on the same level. There is a disabled toilet in the building and street parking. A wheelchair is available for use and to call for assistance there is a bell at the bottom of the ramp if you have difficulties entering the building 


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