Clinics And Services
Make an appointment by visiting our consulting room.
The practice offers knee and shoulder joint injections.
The surgery offers a free and discreet chlamydia screening service and suggest all sexually active 15-24 year olds take advantage of this service to avoid potential medical problems later in life.
The service is of course open to all patients, irrespective of age.
Antenatal checks can be booked routinely by calling the surgery and booking back to back appointments with the health care assistant, followed by a GP appointment.
Patients are reminded to bring a fresh urine sample with them.
Eight week baby checks are done by all GPs at the practice, during normal surgery hours.
The practice now offers a domiciliary blood test service for housebound patients who are registered at the practice, as well as an in-house blood test service, by appointment only.
- Postnatal checks are done at eight weeks.
- Mother and baby are checked by the doctor.
To save two visits, your baby will be immunised at the same time by one of our practice nurses.
Please state when making your appointment that the visit is for the eight week check.
If you have been advised by the surgery to submit an annual review of your asthma symptoms please use this form. If your symptoms are deteriorating or you are having any concerns please make an appointment with our nurse, or clinical pharmacist.
These are done by our practice nurses.
If you have been advised by the surgery to submit a contraceptive pill review please use this form.
Regular family planning clinics are held at the following clinics:
- Patrick Doody Clinic – 79 Pelham Road, Wimbledon
Tel: 020 83458 5115
- Wide Way Clinic – Wide Way, Mitcham
Tel: 020 3458 5200
- Green Wrythe Lane Clinic – The Circle, Middleton Road, Carshalton
Tel: 020 8544 2016
- Jubilee Health Centre – Wallington
Tel: 020 3458 5161
Please note that family planning clinics cannot be used for routine smear test.
NHS Health Check
Non-NHS Examinations (Private Services)
The doctors are happy to carry out medical examinations e.g. for insurance purposes or driving licence. Any request will be process within 21 days but, please, bear in mind that our main priority is patient care; please be patient.
Please ask reception for details of the charges made for these services.
Social Prescribing is a project of MVSC working in partnership with the Merton Clinical Commissioning Group, Merton Council, Merton GP Practices and the voluntary and community sector.
The service supports people aged 18 and over in supporting people with meeting others, learning new skills, try different activities, make positive lifestyle changes, get out and about and help manage their health better.
Some of the areas people have been informed, connected or referred to services that can help have included:
- Benefits advice
- Bereavement support
- Employability support programmes
- Exercise sessions
- Health walks
- Informal carers support
- Social activities
- Support groups (eg, diabetes)
- Transport (eg, dial-a-ride)
If you would like to see our Social Prescriber Nicole, please book an appointment by calling our reception team, or just submit a query on our practice website.
Travel Immunisations And Vaccinations (Private-Non NHS Service)
The practice only offers travel immunisation that are covered by the NHS (except cholera).
- List of travel immunisation can be found at www.nhs.uk/conditions/travel-vaccinations
If you are travelling abroad please make sure you contact us in plenty of time to arrange any vaccinations that may be necessary. To help the travel nurses assess your travel needs it is important that they are in receipt of the assessment form before your appointment.
Please make an appointment at least 4 weeks in advance of your holiday to ensure adequate cover.
Yellow Fever Vaccinations
Merton medical practice no longer provides yellow fever vaccines.
The Merton Expert Patient Programme
The Merton expert patients programme is a free, self management course that supports people living with, or caring for someone with, one or more long-term health and/or mental health conditions. The course(s) offers a tool kit of techniques to enable you to manage your condition better on a daily basis, by increasing your confidence and quality of life. Each course consists of 12 to 16 people and are led by tutors who have long-term conditions themselves. To attend a course you must either live, work or be registered with a GP in Merton.