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Access to General Practice Services -Evening and Weekend Appointments: 8am -8pm

Appointments available on the day and in advance.

To  book or cancel appointments between 18.30-20.00 weekdays and 8.00 and 20.00 weekends please call the call Centre on 020 8208 6901.

OR

The receptionist will be able to tell you what is available to book.

Appointments are available at the following HUB practices:

Oaklodge Medical Centre- 234 Burnt Oak Broadway -HA8 0AP

Cricklewood Health Centre - 2 Cricklewood Lane -NW2 1DZ

PHGH Doctors- 23 Temple Fortune Lane -NW1 7TE

Millway  Medical Practice-Hartly Avenue -NW7 2HX

East Barnet Health Centre -149 East Barnet Road-EN4 8QZ

Longrove Surgery -70 Union Street -EN4 4HT.

Wentworth Medical Practice -38 Wentworth Avenue -N3 1YL

St Andrews Medical Practcie- 50 Oakleigh Road North -N20 9EX 

 

 

 

Welcome to East Barnet Health Centre ... For general enquiries please email general.ebhc@nhs.net

We are 3 GP Practices based in one Health Centre along with Practice Nurses and our administrative team.

Our GP’s run surgeries each morning and afternoon and the doctors can be contacted from 8am to 6.30pm. Some extended surgeries are available between 07:00 and 08:00. Please ask if you would like to have an appointment between these times.

We try to be informal, understanding and kind, not least because we have all, even the doctors and the receptionists, had to go to our own doctor and we know how it feels. But, if you think we have got it wrong, there is a complaints procedure form available at front desk. We will respond within 2 days.

Access: Access for the disabled via the ramp at the main entrance. There are also disabled toilet facilities available.

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