West Green Surgery

NHS GP Haringey | RCGP Training Practice

Haringey GP (General Practitioner) / Tottenham Doctor

Congratulations to West Green surgery for being winner of the RCGP Bright Ideas award for being a 'Pioneer' and winner of the NHS sustainability awards as well as Zenith Global awards

Save your self time from visiting the surgery and register online by submitting your details

Self refer without having to see the GP and reduce delay for your specialist appointment

Book an appt with a counsellor instead of waiting to see a GP

See a MSK specialist by self-referring about joint problems

See the STI clinic & have a full check up that is not done by GP

Get a coil/implant or emergency pill from the sexual health clinic

Get a early scan if you are having bleeding or in pain

Get help from the NHS if wanting to quit smoking

Get help cutting down drinking alcohol or taking drugs

West Green surgery provides a full range of general practice services and runs specialist clinics for pregnant women, children, diabetes and asthma sufferers. We aim to treat all our patients promptly, courteously and in complete confidence.

We have in-house translation for an array of languages including:

  • Turkish, Polish, Bengali, Arabic, Hindi and Urdu

Surgery Opening Times

Day Morning Evening

Monday 9 - 1pm 1 - 7:00pm

Tuesday 9 - 1pm 1 - 6:00pm

Wednesday 9 - 1pm 1 - 6:30pm

Thursday 9 - 1pm Closed

Friday 9 - 1pm 1 - 6:30pm

The surgery closes for national bank holidays

Ring 0330 053 9499 or contact the surgery for late or weekend appointments in the hub

Late / Weekend appointments

Late and weekend appointments can be booked via Haringey Hub by ringing on above during opening hours or requesting an appointment through the surgery

(Ring during Hub opening hours) or ringing the surgery. Appointments in the hubs are available from

Monday to Friday: 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Weekend: 8:00am – 8:00pm

Haringey Minor Ailment Scheme

The minor ailment scheme is designed to enable people with minor health conditions to access medicines and advice they would otherwise visit their doctor for. It allows patients to see a qualified health professional at a convenient and accessible location within their community, and means patients do not need to wait for a GP appointment or queue up for a valuable A&E slot with a non-urgent condition. Ailments for children and adults that may be treated under the scheme include:

  • Colds, coughs, conjunctivitis, cold sores
  • Sore throat, earache, diarrhoea
  • Hay fever, head lice, thrush, warts
  • Teething, ring worm, nappy rash
  • For more information please watch or you can read a leaflet. To find out which pharmacy offers this service please read

Finding the Surgery

Find out how to get to the surgery on public transport or get driving directions on Google Maps.

West green surgery CQC overall rating Good. 4th February 2017