Barnard PracticeTel: 020 8302 7721
Marlborough Park Avenue Branch SurgeryTel: 020 8300 1197
Barnard (main surgery)
* 8am - 6.30pm every weekday (until 8pm Thursdays)
* 8am-12pm Saturdays (no walk-in appointments)
Marlborough Park (branch surgery)
* 8am- 6pm every weekday
GP appointments can be booked in advance for Saturday mornings (8am- 12pm) and Thursdays (6.30pm-8pm).
We cannot see patients who walk in to request an appointment or advice during extended hours but patients can come in to see the receptionist to pick up pre-requested repeat prescriptions etc.
We are closed on Bank Holidays. Please check the website or at reception for alternative services.
Individual doctor consulting times are as follows:
Please note that Clinicians may be running emergency cover surgeries rather than bookable appointments at these times. However, they may also be available on certain evenings or Saturday mornings on enquiry.
GP trainer, Interest in diabetes, mental health problems
Interest in musculoskeletal problems, minor surgery, joint injections
Interest in paediatrics
15:00 - 17:40
Interests: Family Planning; Coils and Implant insertion
14.30 - 17:10
Interests : Diabetes, Women's health
At present, we do not have Nurse Practitioners at the practice.
Outside of normal surgery hours (between 18:30 - 08:00 Monday to Friday) advice and access to a GP is available by dialling 111
When you call this serivce your problem will be assessed promptly and you will be given advice or it will be arranged for a GP (from the Hurley Group Provider) to ring you back or arrange to see you.
The Urgent Care Centre at Queen Mary's does see minor injuries and minor ailments. Since 2014, it has been run by the Hurley Group, staffed by Nurses and some GPs. The previous provider, GRABADOC based in Shooters Hill no longer provides an out of GP service to Bexley residents.
Out-of-hours services are generally busy so please think carefully before asking to see a doctor and only do so if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.
In a genuine emergency you should call 999. For example, chest pains, significant shortness of breath or a suspected stroke constitute an emergency.
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