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This weekend is expected to be the busiest leading the bank holidays and hospitals are already experiencing significant pressures for hospital beds and the number of LAS call-outs across our system. 


For ugent appointments please see the link below on how to Access appointments at Access Hubs:

 Alternatively you can access

  • Urgent Care Centre at Central Middlesex Hospital
  • GP Access Hubs and The GP Access Centre at Wembley

NHS 111 services are available for advice and guidance to patients.



Prescribing- Be-Self Aware

Be Self-Care Aware

Practices across North West London no longer routinely prescribe medicines which are available to buy over the counter in pharmacies, supermarkets or other shops. If the medicine you need today can be bought without a prescription, we may ask if you are willing to buy it.

Your local NHS spent £13 million last year on medicines and products that can easily be bought in community pharmacies, supermarkets or other high street shops. By buying some of these medicines and products rather
than getting them on prescription you are helping your NHS save money.
So if the medicine you need can be bought without a prescription, we may ask if you are willing to buy it. Your local community pharmacist can advise on medicines that are available to buy. 

For further information please use the links below

Patient leaflets

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