Book an Appointment
02088819606 - for late & weekend appts ring 0330 053 9499 (via hub)
Help our receptionists help you
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, HCA, direct you to a pharmacy or care navigator
How to make an Appointment
You can ring the surgery number on 0208 881 9606 during our opening hours or for late or weekend appointments via the hub on 0330 053 9499
You can attend the surgery in person and make an appointment during working hours
We have introduced online booking using patient EMIS access. For your login and details ask reception (1 week after registering - Patients need to bring ID to request)
Late appointments can be booked via Haringey Federated4Health Hub - 0330 053 9499 (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
These appointments are at 4 locations around Haringey. The clinician has full access to your medical records and letters
You can prebook a telephone consultation with a Haringey doctor, please call us on 020 8881 9606.
These are typically offered for patients who wish to discuss their scans or investigations they have already been completed
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 urgent appointment please attend promptly. You may have to wait up to 1 hour for an appointment. Sick notes or administrative tasks are not medical emergencies
Call 999 in a medical emergency rather than seeing your Haringey GP– when someone is seriously ill or injured and their life is at risk. Medical emergencies can include:
If the surgery is closed
For anything less than an emergency please contact the surgery during opening hours
- After 6:30pm until 8 am please contact NHS 111
Alternatively, you may attend a local NHS Walk-in-Centres: Please speak with the receptionist for further information about any of the above services.
Home visits are only made for those patients who are housebound or urgent cases. Please call us before 10 am and give us as much information as possible, to help us decide how urgently a visit is needed.
Home visits are not ideal, as it is better to treat someone in our well equipped surgery, and a visit takes significantly longer than a surgery consultation
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)