At Queenswood Medical Practice we have listened to our patient feedback and below are the varied clinics on offer at our practice.
|Antenatal Clinics||Wednesday||09:00 – 10:30|
|Baby Clinics||Thursday||10:00 – 12:00|
|Childhood Immunisation Clinics||Monday to Friday||08:00 – 19:00|
|Diabetes Clinics||Wednesday||09:30 – 12:00|
|NHS Health Checks||Monday to Friday||08:00-19:20|
|Post Natal Clinics||Tuesday||14:00 – 17:00|
|Practice Nurse Clinics||Monday to Friday||08:00 – 19:30|
|Respiratory Clinics||Monday||14:00 – 16:00|
|Smoking Cessation Clinics||Monday to Friday||09:00 – 16:30|
|Flu Clinics||Monday to Friday & Saturdays||please call for details|
Seasonal flu clinics are available on Saturday mornings of 30th September & 28th October, weekday clinics are also available.
Vaccinations are for patients:
- Aged 65 & over
- Pregnant Ladies
- Carer for a person who is elderly or immunosuppressed, (mothers of children are not classed as ‘carers’)
- Have a long term condition COPD, Asthma (that requires steroid treatment, NOT ALL ASTHMA PATIENTS ARE ELIGIBLE), Heart Disease, Chronic Kidney Disease, Chronic Liver Disease, Diabetes, Some Neurological conditions.
- If you have a weakened immune system as a result of conditions such as HIV, Aids or receiving chemotherapy.
- Obese patients with a BMI of 40 or over
Children’s Flu Vaccines
At risk Children are given a nasal flu vaccine.
Children in years 1, 2, 3 & 4 (born between 1.9.08-31/8/13) will be given the vaccine at school, however children at private school may not be offered the vaccine so we can arrange for this vaccine to be administered at the practice.
Appointments are available on Wednesday mornings with Dr Ellerby who runs these clinics. Alternatively you can book with Dr Ellerby at other times to, or with your regular doctor if you prefer.
These clinics run on Thursday mornings. Dr Masters and Dr Karim offer appointments for routine six to eight week checks. The clinics also provide an opportunity for parents to discuss general health or developmental concerns. We ask you not to bring unwell children to this clinic but to book a regular appointment.
Our health visitors also work from Hornsey and can be contacted on 0203 074 2612
Child Immunisation Clinics
These run on Thursday morning or can be booked with practice nurse at times to suit. Please check with reception.
These clinics are managed by Dr Stavrianakis on Wednesday mornings, annual reviews are also carried out by your regular doctor.
Please book appointments with one of the practice nurses.
Hepatitis A, Typhoid and Diptheria/Tetanus/Polio vaccines area available free on the NHS and we offer this.
We offer no other TRAVEL Vaccines
Malaria medication is available via a private prescription -£15. The traveller will then pay for the tablets.
Travellers should be encouraged to look research their trip and possible medical needs:
Both are useful websites, there are others. For local private travel clinics the traveller can use a search engine and make their own choices.
This is available at Highgate Hospital
Counselling and Psychotherapy
The majority of our patient’s psychological concerns or problems are dealt with in routine appointments with regular GPs. We do refer patients for additional counselling to the local therapy team IAPT, often with appointments offered on site here at Hornsey Central.
We also have an experienced Psychotherapist, Serena Willmott who works at the practice. She offers assessments and short term treatment for patients after discussion with their GP . In addition we have good connections with other local NHS and private Psychotherapy and Counselling services and liaise with these services to provide the best treatment possible.
If you are finding it hard to cope with your loss after a bereavement, you can receive specialised support and counselling at this surgery. No matter how long ago the bereavement was, if you’re 18 or over and would like to find out more, please telephone 0208 525 3230 or return the Attached form to [email protected]. This service is confidential and free.
The practice does not offer ear syringing, if you think your ears are blocked please book an appointment with a practice nurse who will examine your ears for signs of infection. If you do require ear syringing an onward referral to the community ENT team will be made.