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We are currently experiencing issues with our on line prescription service.  EMIS (our clinical system) is working to resolve this as a matter of urgency.  Please check your prescriptions when you collect them.  If you have any difficulties with ordering your repeat prescriptions please email your request to:

When We Are Closed

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If you require urgent help and the surgery is closed, please use one of the following options:

1. NHS 111 - for out of hours non-urgent advice.

2. SELDOC (020 8693 9066) - for urgent help that cannot wait until we re-open.

3. Accident & Emergency - for potential life-threatening emergencies such as blood loss or severe chest pain.


If you require urgent help and the surgery is closed, please call SELDOC on 020 8693 9066.

SELDOC is staffed by a rota of local GPs and provide out of hours cover for urgent enquiries that cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.  They do not deal with non-urgent enquiries such as results or repeat prescriptions.  Please click here for the SELDOC website  for more details about what to expect when you call SELDOC.  They are based at Dulwich Community Hospital, East Dulwich Grove but patients are seen only with an appointment so please call first so that the doctor can advise you accordingly.

Accident & Emergency (A&E)

Our nearest A&Es are at King's College Hospital, St Thomas' Hospital and St George's Hospital.  If you have an emergency such as suspected broken bones please make your own arrangements to get to A&E e.g. car or taxi.  If you have any concerns as to whether or not to call an ambulance please click here for the London Ambulance Service website for some more advice.

A & E is under severe pressure and should only be used if it is a genuine accident or emergency.  If the surgery is closed, you should contact the out-of-hours service SELDOC for all your health needs which are not related to an accident or emergency or wait until the next day that the surgery is open.

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