Welcome to West Green Surgery
West Green Surgery is located in Haringey and consists of 6 Full-Time GP’s (doctors) , including a female GP (doctor) , a female Practice Nurse, a Practice Manager and 3 Administrative staffs. Together we provide a full range of general practice services and run specialist clinics for pregnant women, children, diabetes and asthma sufferers. We aim to treat all our patients promptly, courteously and on complete confidence. It caters for patients over a wide catchment area including Haringey (N15, N4, N8, and parts of N17 & N22), view our catchment tool.
West green surgery has updated its catchment area. You can use the catchment tool to check if you reside within the practice boundaries. If you live outside the catchment area or move out of the area then the practice unfortunately cannot register you. For more information
We have recently introduced online booking and for online request for your repeat prescriptions using patient EMIS access. For your login and details ask reception (1week after registering) or try registering online
PPG - Patient participation group
We have uploaded our PPG report for 2014. Please go to the Performance Tab and click on the REPORT. If you would like to be a member please contact the PM on 02088819606
Summary Care Records
We have received a number of calls and patient worried about this. Please read the official link to the SCR and how it may be beneficial found here. The most recent bulletin is most helpful as well. http://systems.hscic.gov.uk/scr An alternative information website is found here. http://medconfidential.org/. All views of the external sites are not necessarily the views of the surgery and all patients are advised to read all the information provided and then to make a clear decision around the sharing of their records.
Congratulations to Dr Muhammad and Dr Nazmul Akunjee: The brothers have been recently awarded highly commended in the British Medical Association (BMA) medical book award 2013 under the category of Medicine for their book, 'Clinical Skills Explained' designed for medical students and junior doctors.
Nazmul Akunjee was also a finalist for the RCGP GP enterprise First5 awards 2014 for demonstrating a positive and innovative impact on the NHS and working to improve clinical care and patient services or healthcare systems.
The Surgery Hours
| Morning Surgery|| Evening Surgery|| Extended Hrs|
| 9am - 13:00 pm|| 3pm - 6:30 pm|| 6:30 pm - 8pm|
| Tuesday|| 9am - 12:00 pm || Closed || |
| Wednesday|| 9am - 13:00 pm|| 3pm - 6:30 pm|| |
| Thursday|| 9am - 12:00 pm|| Closed|| |
| Friday|| 9am - 13:00 pm|| 2pm - 6:30 pm|| 6:30 pm - 7pm|
| Closed|| || |
If you wish to see a GP (doctor) there are a number of ways you can do this. Appointments can be made by ringing through to the surgery and making a request. If you have a particular preference for a GP (doctor) we will endeavour to accommodate your request. If you have an urgent problem or an emergency you may attend the surgery in person or telephone to see if you can be accommodated on the day.
Our Performance (Latest National GP Survey 2013)
The latest up-to-date national (MORI) GP patient survey for between March 2013 and September 2013 results have been released.
Below is a snap shot of what our patients have said. Of note more than 88% felt confidence in their doctor as well as the fact they were listened to and had their treatment and investigations explained to them.
It is showed that the surgery has listened to what our patients have said since the 2010 poll and worked towards improving our care for our patients. Within the last year we have recruited more doctors and now have a number of appointments available for our patients.
The surgery has made large improvements over the last few years and now we are working hard to maintaining an excellent level of service to all patients. Our current GP MORI polls have reflected such change.
Whilst we may not be able to tackle all your concerns every single time, we appreciate that as patients you are often very busy and have often more than 1 medical complaint. Where possible the doctors will try and attempt to address all of your issues in one consultation. Because of this there may be a short delay or wait in seeing you compared to your appointment time.
We hope to continue the good work at the surgery. We routinely offer feedback forms and questionnaires at the surgery to allow us assess and reflect on any comments or recommendations you have. We are constantly listening and strive to improve our service provision.
Latest GP National patient survey of West Green Surgery September 2013
National GP survey MORI poll
The Doctors at West Green Surgery
- Dr Muhammad and Dr Nazmul Akunjee (Partners at West Green surgery, Haringey) are authors of 6 medical textbooks
- 3 of which are BMA (British Medical Association) award winning
- The books are designed for junior doctors and GP registrars
- They also enjoy teaching and tutoring GP trainees in communication skills so that they can excel in their MRCGP exams and be excellent listeners and physicians
- Their most recent book 'Clinical skills explained' was awarded highly recommended- below is the extract the BMA books awards.
- They are both GP appraisers in Haringey supporting GP through revalidation
Click sample chapters below
BMA book awards 2013 Review
Clinical Skills Explained is relevant to medical students across all years of study.However, the book was written specifically for medical students in their early years at medical school in response to the increased emphasis on clinical skills, scenarios and concepts now found in many undergraduate medical curricula. The book covers over 55 of the most common and relevant medical histories, clinical examinations and skills that all competent doctors must be able to demonstrate in their exams as well as in their practical life. The book is divided into three sections: History Taking Skills; Examinations; and Procedures. Each chapter starts by providing a short step-by-step guide, and then describes the basic background knowledge and relevant pathophysiology before moving on to a systematic approach on how to tackle the skill at hand. One of the key objectives of the book is to unify the presentation and understanding of the most common medical histories, clinical examinations and clinical skills that all competent doctors must be able to demonstrate with the understanding of how and why things are done (this ‘how and why’ element is missing from a number of other clinical skills titles). The authors have written the book to reflect how they would have liked clinical skills information to be presented when they were medical students.
Reviewed by IJOCS
There are quite a few books addressing the same topic in the current market, but this book does provide current guidelines which is a new aspect. It includes a useful, systematic breakdown of each presenting complaint, examination and practical procedure. The ‘Top Tips’ in the margins are very handy and supplement the textbook well with some ‘real life’ medical experience.
339 - 341 West Green Road, London N15 3PB, Haringey/Tottenham