How to make an Appointments

You can ring the GP doctor's surgery number on 020-8881-9606 during our opening hours

In person
You can attend the surgery in person and making an appointment also during working hours

We have introduced online booking using patient EMIS access. For your login and details ask reception (1week after registering)

Appointments can be made up to 2-3 weeks in advance. Please notify the receptionist a brief history of your complaint so that they can notify the doctor prior to your visit. They may also be able to guide you to the most suitable appointment i.e. with a doctor or nurse

Extended hour appointments via Haringey Hub - 0330 053 9499 (ring during opening hrs)

federated for health

Haringey CCG has commissioned the Federated4Health to offer extended hour and weekend appointments at 4 locations around Haringey. If you require an appointment with a GP or nurse then you can request from the surgery an appointment. The clinician has full access to your medical records and letters. the 4 sites are:

- Somerset Gardens Health Centre, 4 Creighton rd, N178NW

- Bounds Green Group Practice, Gordon Rd, N11 2PF

- Tynemouth Medical Practice, Tynemouth Rd, N15 4RH

- Queenswood Medical Practice, 151 Park Rd, N8 8JD

Appointments in the hubs are available from 

Monday to Friday:      6:30pm – 8:30pm
Saturday and Sunday: 8:00am to 8:00pm

However, opening hours will vary between the practices. Anyone who is registered with a GP in Haringey can access the appointments at any and all of the hubs. To make an appointment, you should call the surgery or ring 0330 053 9499 (hub appts) who will be able to see the available appointments in the hubs and book an appointment for you.

Cancelling your Appointments
If you cannot keep your appointment with the Doctor or Nurse, please call the surgery number in good time. This enables us to offer your appointment to someone else. If patients fail to cancel their appointment, this not only wastes valuable Doctor and Nursing time, but prevents others who suffer from medical illness from being seen. Please cancel your appointment as soon as possible at least 24 hours prior to your appointment i.e. cancelling an appointment for Tuesday 10:50am you must SMS before Monday 10:50am for your appointment to be cancelled automatically. Failure to attend or cancel your appointment will result in a DNA - did not attend. Late cancellation does make it harder to replace your slot with someone else

You can SMS back the surgery and reply 'CANCEL' when you get an SMS for your appt. (You must cancel more than 24 hours before your appt via SMS to work)

You can cancel by telephoning the surgery 020-8881-9606

In person
If you attend you can also cancel your appointment

Urgent Appointments
The surgery offers facilities for patients to be seen urgently as an emergency. However, these same day appointments are for emergency / urgent cases only where patients are at direct risk to their health. If you book a same day or urgent appointment please attend promptly. Booking one and then DNAing without reason, is taken seriously by the practice. 

If your condition is non-urgent then we would recommend utilising a routine appointment up to two weeks in advance if this is more convenient to you. Administrative issues such as medical sick notes are not deemed medical emergencies.

If you are suffering from severe chest pains, suspect a heart attack, have suffered from a serious injury, heavy blood loss or experience severe breathing difficulties or suspect that you are having a stroke it may be more appropriate to contact 999 for an ambulance rather than seeking your GP. 
If the surgery is closed: 
  • For less than an emergency please contact the surgery during opening hours
  • After 6:30pm until 8 am please follow the advice given on the answering machine or contact NHS 111
  • For all other times please contact 0208 865 0350.

Alternatively, you may attend at a local NHS Walk-in-Centres: Please speak with the receptionist for further information above any of the above services.

Extended hours
We are currently offering a new service for our patients. We are able to offer Doctors appointments from 6:30 pm until 8pm on Monday and Friday each week. These usually appointments with our nurse as well. These are for pre-booked appointments only and not for urgent or emergency requests. Any patient requiring urgent attention should utilise the out of hours service i.e. NHS 111.

Home Visits
Home visits requests are for housebound or frail patients or for those too ill to come to the surgery. We recommend requests to made before 10:00 am where possible so that the surgery can accommodate your request. Please provide as much detail as possible and leave your contact details. A doctor may contact you back to decide if and when a home visit is required. Home visits are not ideal arrangements, as it is often better to treat someone in our well equipped surgery, and a visit takes significantly longer than a surgery consultation.

Dental Appointments
If you have an urgent dental problem e.g. toothache or a dental abscess it would be more prudent to see your dentist and not your GP as they are not specialised in teeth care. You should contact your regular dentist and seek an urgent appointment with them. If they are close you should contact the phone number left on their answer machine to access local dental emergency services. If you have difficulties accessing them please contact NHS 111. General advice can be found from the British dental health foundation (BDHF)

Hospital Appointments
The doctor may have referred you to either a community service or hospital for an appointment. Often it can take a few weeks for them to contact you by post. Please ensure that the practice has your most unto date details including address and phone number as incorrect details can results in letters being sent to the wrong address. If you have not heard from them within a reasonable time frame (i.e. 4weeks) consider contacting the provider directly or speak to our receptionist to ensure the referral has been made. If the referral has been sent by the GP, then it is best to try and chase the appointment directly than booking an appointment with the GP to inform them of the delay. For most hospital appointments, your GP has limited ability to bring them forward unfortunately.

Hospital switch board
Request for the Appointment departments

Whittington Hospital

0207 272 3070
North Middlesex Hospital

0208 887 2000
Chasefarm Hospital

0208 375 2999
UCL Hospital

0203 456 7890
Royal Free Hospital 

0207 794 0500 
Great Ormond Street

0207 405 9200 

Antenatal Clinic

North middlesex hospital - for up to date numbers

Antenatal bookings (1st appt)

020 8887 3055
Antenatal follow up appt 

020 8887 2502
Early Pregnancy Asses. Unit 

020 8887 3655  
Maternity Day Unit    

020 8887 2246  

Whittington hospital - for up to date numbers

Antenatal clinic appointments

020 7288 5586
Labour Ward

020 7288 5502
Early Pregnancy Asses. Unit 

020 7288 3786  
Maternity Day Unit    

020 7288 3309  

Mental Health Services

Mental health counsellors

020 8808 5833
Mental health psych triage

020 8702 5000 (opt3)
Emergency Crisis team
0208 702 6110 


North Middlesex Hospital 020 8887 3860
Inhealth MRI 0844 581 0301
Whittington Hospital 

020 7288 5888 

Local Community services


020 3074 2306
Audiology at St Anns

0208 442 6339 / 6746
Eye clinic (the practice)

020 3040 4450
Musculoskeletal  clinic 

020 3316 8840  
Whitt. community services
020 3316 1111  
ENT clinic
0203 176 7785 

Other organisations

NHS Terminations - To refer yourself0845 730 4030

Stop Smoking: Enfield and Haringey0800 085 6258