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Home Services


Text Message Reminders


It is important for you to let us have your mobile phone number and any changes please.

We currently contact patients via text to let them know the results, invite for appointments, send reminder of their appointments or send messages regarding health promotion.


Language Services

Please bring a friend or family member with you if you need language support, Our staff speak Gujrati, Hindi in addition to English and may be able to help,

If you need interpreting services, please tell the receptionist when you book your appointment. Professional interpreters are available for most languages from GRIP. You may contact GRIP on tel. 020 7150 8355.
This requires notice to book. Please ask at reception.
There is a telephone Language Line service available too if needed in urgent cases. The receptionist will organise this service when you arrive so please ask when you check in.

Minor Surgery

We offer minor surgery to remove small lumps and bumps by arrangement without having to wait to be seen in hospital.

The initial assessment will be carried out by Dr Patel and she will advise you on the options of managing your lump or bump and whether it is suitable or advisable to remove this lump or bump.

Please make an appointment to see her.


Heart Disease Prevention

The root cause of most cases of heart disease, stroke, transient ischaemic attack and peripheral vascular disease is a build up of atheroma- a fatty deposit within the inside lining of arteries. Lifestyle factors that reduce the risk of forming atheroma and developing cardiovascular diseases include: not smoking, chosing healthy foods, a low salt intake, regular physical activity, keeping your weight down, keeping your waist size down and drinking alcohol in moderation. your blood pressure and cholesterol level are also important.

People aged over 40 should have a cardiovascular risk assessment (available at Chamerlayne Road Surgery). If you have a high risk of developing cardiovascular diease treatment to reduce your blood pressure or reduce your cholesterol may be advised. A daily low dose of aspirin is alos commonly advised for people who already have cardiovascular disease.


Diet Advice

A healthy diet may help to prevent some long term medical problems such as heart disease, stroke and diabetes.

It may also prevent some cancers and keep you to a healthy weight.

The nurse is happy to see you to advise on healthy eating tips for yourself and your family.

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