Surgery Clinics

If you would like to book one of these clinics, please book your appointment online, or contact us on 020 8462 1601.

Monday

Morning Surgery

  • Dr Singh
  • Dr Ummur
  • Practice Nurse
  • Phlebotomist

Afternoon Surgery

  • Dr Singh
  • Dr Ummur
  • Dr Toma (Locum)
  • Practice Nurse

Tuesday

Morning Surgery

  • Dr Mageson
  • Dr Ummur
  • Phlebotomist

Afternoon Surgery

  • Dr Mageson
  • Dr Ummur
  • Mental Health Practitioner

Wednesday

Morning Surgery

  • Dr Mageson
  • Dr Patel
  • Dr Ummur
  • Practice Nurse

Afternoon Surgery

  • Dr Mageson
  • Dr Patel
  • Dr Ummur
  • Practice Nurse

Thursday

Morning Surgery

  • Dr Singh
  • Dr Patel
  • Dr Toma (Locum)
  • Practice Nurse

Afternoon Surgery

  • Dr Singh
  • Dr Patel
  • Practice Nurse

Friday

Morning Surgery

  • Dr Mageson
  • Dr Patel
  • Practice Nurse

Afternoon Surgery

  • Dr Mageson
  • Dr Patel
  • Practice Nurse

Antenatal Care

Once you find out you are pregnant you can self-refer yourself for antenatal care in Bromley by filling in the PRUH antenatal self-referral form. When you open the form please click ‘Enable Editing’ at the top so you can fill in the form. Please send completed forms as a Word attachment to kch-tr.br-maternitypruh@nhs.net. You will receive an email with your appointment details within 7 working days. If you have not received your appointment within 7 working days, please call  020 3910 7279, 8am to 4pm. Please note you may be contacted and your information shared with other health professionals as required.

Alternatively, you can call the Surgery and book an appointment with a GP who will also be able to refer you for antenatal care.

Visit www.nct.org.uk  for more information on pregnancy, birth and early parenthood.

Asthma Checks

These are carried out by the Practice Nurse.   If you have asthma or other breathing difficulties, such as COPD (chronic bronchitis or emphysema) the Practice Nurse will be able to arrange lung assessment tests for you, and give you advice about your medication and inhalers.

When booking you appointment, please let the reception staff know that you are booking for an asthma check so that they can arrange the correct length of appointment.

If you are on medication or using inhalers for asthma or bronchitis you should attend for regular check ups and the doctor or the nurse will advise you when to book your next appointment.

Visit www.asthma.org.uk  for more information on asthma and asthma care.

Baby Clinic

Baby clinic is held on Thursday when both a doctor and the Practice Nurse are available for baby’s first check and immunisations.

If your baby or pre-school child is due an immunisation, please call the Surgery to make an appointment to see the Practice Nurse.

Visit the NHS website for more information about childhood vaccinations.

Blood Pressure Checks

These are carried out by the Practice Nurse, and a limited number of appointments are now available at the end of the Blood Clinic on a Monday and Tuesday morning.

If you are taking medication for high blood pressure you should attend for regular review and you will be advised when to book your next appointment by the doctor or nurse.

Visit www.bpassoc.org.uk for more information on high blood pressure.

Diabetes Clinic

For some patients with diabetes, a special diabetic clinic is held at the surgery to assess, advise and help you to manage your diabetes appropriately. If you have diabetes and are not under the care of a hospital diabetic centre, you will be invited to our clinic for review, usually annually, although you may be recalled more often. Prior to the clinic we will write to you with details of your appointment and requesting you organise any necessary blood and urine tests. Please make sure that you have these tests in good time before the clinic.

Visit www.diabetes.org.uk  for more information on diabetes and diabetic care.

Each year since 2013, GP Practices have contributed to the nationwide project known as the National Diabetes Audit. This involves  sharing information about patients’ diabetes care and treatment. To view information about this, please  visit National Diabetes Audit.

NHS Health Check

If you are between 40 and 74 years old you may be invited for an NHS health check. The aim of the NHS Health Check is to give you and us a clearer picture of your health and to assess your risk of developing heart disease, stroke, kidney disease or type 2 diabetes. The check is carried out by the practice nurse. When making an appointment for an NHS health check please inform the receptionist so that the appropriate length of appointment time may be allocated (40 minutes).

The check involves a brief discussion of your past medical history, your lifestyle and any relevant family history. A few routine tests will be carried out by the nurse during your appointment. These include a cholesterol test, a blood pressure check and a measurement of your weight ,height and waist circumference. There will be time during your appointment to discuss your results and you will be offered personalised advice on how to maintain or improve your health, as well as whether you should have any further tests, or if you need to see a doctor.

Visit the NHS website for more information on the NHS health check

Removal of sutures

Sutures can be removed by the nurses during their normal clinics.  Please make an appointment as soon as you know when the procedure should be carried out.

Well-Person And Family Planning

Both the Practice Nurse and the doctors are able to give you Family Planning advice.          Dr Singh is also able to fit coils (IUCDs) and holds a clinic once a week for this. Please make an appointment to see her if you would like to consider this method of contraception.

Women aged 25-49 years are recommended to have regular cervical smears at three-yearly intervals and women aged 50-64 years are recommended to have cervical smears at five-yearly intervals. Invitations for cervical smears, reminders (if your smear is overdue) and smear test results are sent to you by the central cervical screening service. Please book an appointment with the nurse for your smear. A smear test is best done in the middle of your menstrual cycle (between periods), so you need to book your appointment accordingly. You are advised to only have a shower or light wash on the day of your appointment.

If you are on the contraceptive pill or hormone replacement therapy you should attend for regular review and will be advised when to book your next appointment by the doctor or nurse.

When making an appointment for a Well-Person check, for a smear test or for family planning it would be helpful if you could inform the Receptionist so that a suitable appointment time may be allocated and the correct forms can be made ready for your appointment.

Visit the Bromley Healthcare Website  for information and advice about Family Planning services in Bromley.