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Our Blood Test Clinics are now appointment ONLY. Please contact the surgery for more details or to make an appointment. Or patients can still attend the phlebotomy clinic at Croydon University Hospital which operates a walk in clinic 7am  - 4.45pm Monday - Friday and with late opening till 6.45pm on Tuesday and Thursday.

Flu Clinics - Our flu clinics are now available. For information on dates and times please telephone our reception team.  For more information about who is eligible for the flu vaccination please see the information on the NHS Choices website.

The children's nasal flu vaccine for 2 and 3 year olds is now in stock. Please make an appointment in one of our nurse flu clinics. 


When We Are Closed

You may find it helpful to decide where to go for help by following the link below which explains in more detail the options available.

Evenings and Weekends:

If you require help or advice when the surgery is closed please phone 111.  NHS111 is able to assess your need and book an appointment with the right service for you.

GP Hub - If you can't get an appointment with your GP call NHS111 for an assessment or to book an appointment if necessary with a GP hub 8am to 8pm every day, all year round.  See the Croydon GP Hub information above for further details.

Minor Injuries Unit

Parkway Health Centre
Croydon CR0 0JA

Open 2pm - 8pm 365 days a year

Telephone: 020 8251 7225

Beckenham Beacon Urgent Care Centre

379 Croydon Road


BR3 3QL Telephone 01689 866037

Open 8am - 8pm

Emergency Dentistry is available to both registered and unregistered patients 7 days a week. Call between 6pm-9.40pm for an appointment.

Telephone 020 3402 1333

Emergency contraception pills can be taken up to 72 hours after unprotected sex and are available from the walk-in centre

Please do not ask to see a doctor out of hours unless you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.

Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.


Call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergencyNHS ChoicesThis site is brought to you by My Surgery Website