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Carers Fair

Southwark Carers, Lambeth Carers Hub and Link Age Southwark are coming to the surgery with information about the local support available for carers. If you help a relative or friend with a long term condition, or if someone relies on you because of their physical or mental health then this event is for you. Tea and coffee and snacks will be provided.
Feel free to drop in any time between 2pm and 3:30pm. If the time isn't convenient then ask at reception any day that week for our new printed resource pack for carers.

Date: Wednesday 14th March 2018
Time: 2pm - 3:30pm
Venue: Elm Lodge Surgery

Practice Nurse Clinics

blood_pressure4The practice nurses provide cervical smears, advice on breast examination, and other checks concerning female health.

Family planning & sexual health advice is also available from the doctors and our family planning nurses at their normal clinics.

Please note condoms are distributed free by the practice.


Our osteopath, Graham Yates, visits the practice each Tuesday morning from 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon. Appointments with him are made after a referral by one of the other health professionals within the practice.

Antenatal Care

pregnant51Antenatal care is provided by our local hospitals. Please self-refer to Kings College Hospital or Guys and St Thomas' Hospital.

New Baby 6 Week Checks

Dr Gordinsky, Dr Nour & Dr O’Flaherty hold new baby (6 week) clinics on Tuesday afternoons, please call the surgery 3-4 weeks in advance to book an appointment. The first set of routine immunisations cannot be given by the nurse unless the new baby check has been conducted.

Baby and Childhood Immunisations

The practice nurses provide these by appointment. Please ask if unsure when immunisations are due or have any queries. We would advise children to be immunised unless there are medical reasons for not doing so.

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