Adelaide Medical Centre111 Adelaide RoadLONDON, NW3 3RYTel: 0207 722 4135
1) Ordinary Appointments
2) 48 Hour Appointments
3) Urgent Appointments
Finally, patients are asked to be patient if a Doctor is running late. This is normally, because the Doctor has found that a previous patient has taken more time to deal with than been anticipated. After all, one day it may be your turn to require more time for your appointment.
7.30am to 6.30pm (Morning: 7:30 – 8:00am non urgent only)**
8.00am to 6.30pm
8.00am to 8.00pm (Evening: 6:30 – 8:00pm non urgent only)**
7.30am to 6.30pm (Morning: 7:30 – 8:00 am non urgent only)**
8.00am to 10.00am (non urgent only)**
**On Mondays and Fridays only pre-booked appointments are available between 7.30am-8.00am.On Wednesdays, only pre-booked appointments are seen after 6.30pm. On Saturdays only pre-booked appointments are seen. There are no walk-in or emergency appointments during these times. Please contact NHS 111 on 111 before 8.30am and after 6.00pm Monday to Friday and Weekends.
Clinic times are Monday 7.30am to 6.00pm, Tuesday to Friday 8.15 to 6.00pm (Please check for availability).
If you need to cancel an appointment, please let us know as soon as possible, either by phone, texting back cancel via your appointment reminder (if you received one) or via the website, so we can offer it to someone else.
If you are more than 10 minutes late for an appointment, you may not be seen and may have to make another appointment.
Home visits are for housebound patients and the seriously ill.
Please do not ask for a home visit unless you really cannot get to the surgery because of a health problem.
Patients are always best assessed in the surgery where all the facilities and equipment are kept. Also, GPs can see several patients at the surgery in the time it takes to visit one patient at home.
If you are too unwell to attend the surgery and you ask for a visit, a doctor will telephone you first to discuss whether a visit is necessary.
Any request for a visit must be received by the practice before 11.00am.
A decision to visit remains at the doctor's discretion and is based on medical justification.
If you require a telephone consultation with a Doctor please either call the surgery to book or book online and you will be given a time slot where the Doctor will call you back for a phone consultation.
There are occasions when patients need to be assessed by a doctor which might involve intimate examinations.
This practice is committed to putting patients at ease whenever possible, and if you wish a chaperone to be present during your examination please do not hesitate to ask the doctor.
It may not be possible for such a chaperone to be provided immediately and you might have to return for the examination to be carried out at a mutually convenient time.
Trust is important in the relationship between GP and patient and we would, at all times wish you to feel able to ask for a chaperone, should you require it.
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