Antenatal and Postnatal Care
Please see the section on Health Visitors below. Please call to book maternal post-natal checks with our doctors.
Child Health Surveillance
Development checks and immunisations at 8 weeks for babies by booked appointments only.
Contraception and Coil Fittings
The doctors and practice nurses provide full family planning services, including IUCD, implants, diaphragm fittings, and emergency contraception. You can also gain access to contraception via sexual health clinics below (scroll down).
If you need help for psychological issues, we can refer to the Wandsworth IAPT (Increasing Access to Psychological Therapies) Service. This service provides Psychological Therapies and Wellbeing Service for patients within Wandsworth. You can also self-refer by calling: 020 3513 6264 or visiting their website.
Our district nurses help manage patients in the community. Some of their services include visiting house-bound patients, providing advice, medication support, catheter management and palliative care.
Their offices are located at Tudor Lodge Health Centre, 8C Victoria Drive, Putney, SW19 6AE
Tel: 0333 300 2350
The practice is served by two teams of Health Visitors. They see antenatal/postnatal mothers, all children under five years and elderly people with problems. One team is from the Eileen Lecky Clinic, 2 Clarendon Drive, Putney, SW15 1AA (0208 788 2236). They also run a 'Well Baby Clinic' at the surgery on Tuesday from 10.00am - 12.00 (booked appointments) and visit at home as necessary. The other team is run by Sure Start Roehampton Centre, Downshire Teaching Block, 166 Roehampton Lane, London, SW15 4HR (0208 789 0572).
We offer routine immunisations at the surgery which are mostly free and administered by our nurses. For information about these immunisations, you can visit NHS Immunisation website.
Our practice nurse (Mary Conroy) and health care assistant (Yvonne Johnson) are available to deal with minor injuries, dressings, pregnancy, blood tests, immunisations, health screening, travel immunisations and advice, female health and cervical smears. They have special clinics dealing with diabetes, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and hypertension. They will be pleased to discuss any health concerns with you and if necessary refer you to one of our doctors.
Routine blood tests are taken every morning with early slots on Fridays.
You can self-refer for physiotherapy, please click here.
You can book appointments with our trained in-house Smoking Cessation Counsellor who runs clinics weekly. You can book 30 minute appointments with the receptionist.
Please click here for more information. The practice is a WHO Yellow Fever Centre (registered number UKYFC0687).
Please come to the surgery if possible. We have disabled access and we are able to isolate those patients who may be contagious.
The doctors will visit anyone who is genuinely unable to get to the surgery, but please ring before 10.00am. When requesting a visit please give the name, address, and if possible, telephone number of the patient. A brief description of the symptoms will enable the doctor to give each case the correct priority.
Outside Surgery Hours
If you require urgent attention out of hours please contact the NHS non-emergency number on 111.
If you are on regular repeat medication, you may send or leave a request for your prescription at the reception or order it online. The prescription will be ready to collect two working days later. A stamped addressed envelope should be enclosed with postal requests. Requests for prescriptions cannot be taken over the telephone. On occasion you may need to see your GP for a review, before a further prescription will be issued.
Services for Overseas Visitors
Free medical advice and/or medication may be available if the visitor holds a European Health Insurance card (EHIC - see website for more detail), or if there is a reciprocal agreement between the countries. Other visitors are not eligible for free NHS care, except in an emergency. We are able to treat visitors privately in a 20 minute consultation for a charge. Please click here for further information on the policy and guidance regarding NHS treatment for overseas visitors.
At the time of any test, your GP or nurse will indicate when the result will be available and whom you should speak to. You may be able to view your blood test result online using Patient Access if you collect your login details from reception (please bring proof of ID).
Queen Mary's Minor Injuries Unit
This is a walk in clinic where you can be seen for minor injuries and simple illnesses. They also offer emergency contraception, have X-ray facilities and offer advice & information on general good health and other NHS services.
Queen Mary’s Hospital
Tel: 020 8487 6999
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 8:00-19:00
Contraception & Sexual Health
In addition to our own services in Chartfield Surgery, you can receive contraception (e.g emergency contraception, condoms, oral contraception, injections and coils), sexual advice and infection testing at several local clinics. The service is confidential and free of charge. Please contact them directly for more information.
Sexual Health/GUM clinic
Queen Mary’s Hospital
Tel: 020 8487 6861
West London Centre for Sexual Health
Charing Cross Hospital
Fulham Palace Road
Tel: 020 3315 6699
John Hunter Clinic for sexual Health
Chelsea & Westminster Hospital
369 Fulham Road
Tel: 020 8746 8000
Eileen Lecky Clinic
2 Clarendon Drive
Tel: 020 8788 2236
Eileen Lecky clinic
Eileen Lecky Clinic provide services such as baby clinics, contraception and home visits. Some of their services requires a Doctor’s referral. Please contact them directly for more information.
2 Clarendon Drive
Tel: 020 8788 2236
Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 9:00-17:00