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Frequently Asked Questions

Notice: 

Albion Street Group Practice and Park Medical Practice are considering becoming one partnership, but continuing to operate from two separate clinical sites for now.  Patients will still access all their usual care at the practice at which they are currently registered (ie there are no changes to the place where patients access their care). Please see the document "Frequently asked questions"  for more details' This will be discusses again at the next patient Participation Group meetings in each practice.

Dates of future  Albion Street Group meetings are:

Tuesday 30th April 6:30pm

Tuesday 30th July 6:30pm

Thursday 7th November 2pm

Other NHS organisations: contact us via email

If you are an NHS organisation, or other partner/agency, and wish to contact us, you can do so you can send  via email:

souccg.albion@nhs.net

This e-mail address is suitable for contacting us for administrative purposes only and CANNOT be used for URGENT clinical needs.

  • If you are expecting a response and have not heard from us in 72 hours call the practice on 020 3049 7120.  
  • For medical advice and to make an appointment: Telephone  020 3049 7120 from 8am to 6:30pm, or please register with the practice for online access that way you can make and cancel appointments or view your medical record. Photo ID and address confirmation is normally required)
  • For URGENT medical advice the duty doctor is available between 8:30 and 10am or 3 to 4pm and will make you an on the day appointment.
  • Nights (after 6:30pm) and Weekends (including bank holidays): Telephone NHS111

    All out-of-hours calls should be directed to NHS111. Calls to NHS111 may request you to attend the extended primary care service in Southwark.

    You can also try your local pharmacist for advice.



 
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