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Accurx is replacing eConsult on the 20-02-2024. eConsult will no longer be available from 19-02-24 at 23:59. To read more about this change and what this means for you as a patient please click here

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Accurx is replacing eConsult

Accurx is replacing eConsult on the 20-02-2024. eConsult will no longer be available from 19-02-24 at 23:59 and you will be able to submit any online
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Try Your Pharmacy First

From this week, people across Orpington can pop down to their local pharmacy for help with seven minor conditions which would previously have required
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Men’s wellbeing

One in five men die before the age of 65. The Men’s Health Forum aims to change the way we look at, and think about, men’s health so that we ensure we
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Check your symptoms on the NHS app

Use the NHS app to check your symptoms and find out who to contact next or how to look after yourself at home. Answer a few simple questions on the ap
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Self-Referral Services

Did you know that there are some free NHS health services you can access without needing an appointment with your GP? This is called self-referral and
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Kind and caring staff
Rated 5 stars out of 5
by Anonymous – Posted on 24 January 2024

Following a recent call and appointment to the practice I experienced exceptionally kind and compassionate care by both the receptionist and the GP. Following a recent significant health diagnosis, the receptionist was kind and compassionate, kept in communication with me before making a swift appointment to see the most appropriate GP. When I arrived, this receptionist went out of her way to come and talk to me, reassure me and she kept me updated with waiting times. The GP was equally as kind and compassionate. The appointment wasn’t rushed and I felt heard.

Visited January 2024
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Opening Hours
Monday 8:00 am to 6:30 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am to 6:30 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am to 6:30 pm
Thursday 8:00 am to 6:30 pm
Friday 8:00 am to 6:30 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed