Shoreditch Park Surgery10 Rushton Street London, N1 5DRTel: 020 7739 8525
Very soon, you will be unable to order your prescriptions via the website. To do this electronically you will need to sign up for patient access. Please see the information below or ask at reception.
Sadly Dr Frere will be leaving the surgery in the Summer. We are sure you will all miss him as much as we will - watch this space for more news!
TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF REGISTRATIONS AT SHOREDITCH PARK SURGERY
After careful consideration we have made the decision to temporarily suspend our list which means we will not register new patients for the next 6 months.
Most of our pregnant patients are referred to the Homerton Hospital, but receive most of their antenatal care from local community midwives and our GP's
This is held on Thursday afternoons and is for well babies only. It is attended by a Health Visitor who can be seen on a drop-in basis for weighing and general advice. Appointments with the doctor for development checks or the nurse for immunisations are also available.
On a flexible basis, other services may be available including:
Times and days change from time to time, please ask at reception for up to date information.
We also provide some Non-NHS services such as insurance forms and Medical Reports. Please note that some of these services may incur a fee. Medical reports can take up to three weeks to be completed as they are completed in a strict date order.
To aid the smooth running of the travel service at the surgery we would ask you to contact the surgery via telephone on 0207 739 8525 before 12pm, Monday to Friday. Inform the receptionist where you are travelling to and when and a nurse will call you back to discuss.
Travel vaccines take up to two weeks to become fully effective. Appointments can get booked up very quickly so please give yourself plenty of time to protect yourself. Some vaccines are given over the course of a month so you need to think about it about 6 weeks ahead.
We can offer a number of different travel vaccinations. Some of these are available on the NHS but there will be a charge for some. A list of these charges is available below and the charge applies to BOTH adults and children.
You may also need malaria tablets. It is therefore essential that we know exactly how long your trip is and, if you are moving around, how long you will be staying in each area, particularly if you are moving between countries. For information on malarial areas, the different anti-malaria medication options, required vaccinations for countries worldwide and general travel advice, please consult the NHS travel website: http://www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk/
There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the links below
Hepatitis A/typhoid: free
Hepatitis A: free
Hepatitis B: A course of three vaccines which need to be commenced ONE MONTH before travel. Cost: £25 PER VACCINE – total of £75
Yellow Fever: Needs to be given at least 10 days before travel for the certificate to be valid. Please note that some countries will not permit entry without a valid certificate. Cost: £45
Meningitis ACWY: Compulsory for those attending the Haj Pilgrimmage. Cost: £30
If you need other vaccines, such as the rabies vaccine, Japanese encephalitis or tick-borne-encephalitis you will need to go to a travel clinic. Information on these will be available on the internet.
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