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Doctors practice at the Jubilee Health Centre serving Wallington, Beddington, Carshalton, Hackbridge, Purley, Clock House, parts of Sutton and the surrounding areas. We welcome DSC_3434new patients!


You are welcome to register with us on line. Click here to open a new patient form. Check if you are in our practice area  here

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If you would like a travel consultation or advice, please complete a travel form here


Why choose us?

  • We're based in the brand new Jubilee Health Centre, with a range of other services on site including blood tests, x-ray, midwife and health visitor clinics,  physiotherapy and selected hospital consultant clinics.
  • We have 3 male and 6 female doctors, offering you a choice of family doctor, and continuity of care. 
  • We run late evening surgeries to 8pm on Mondays and Saturday morning surgeries
  • We have a large nursing team including a nurse Practitioner who can provide advice and help with many health problems and long term conditions.
  • We are a training practice, which means that we have passed a quality assessment, and now have GP Registrars working with us at the practice, under the supervision of our regular doctors.
  • We were inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in December 2013 who found us to be compliant with the Essential Standards of Quality and Safety.


Guide to getting the care that you need



For minor illness and injuries, such as coughs, colds, sore throats, cuts, bruises etc.  Keep a well-stocked medicine cabinet with paracetamol, indigestion remedies, plasters, a thermometer, medicine to treat diarrhoea and rehydration mixtures.

NHS 111 (24 hours a day)

Telephone NHS 111

Call NHS 111 when its less urgent than 999

This is a free NHS telephone number (from both landlines and mobile phones) which you can call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.  Confidential health advice and information. When the surgery is closed, NHS 111 can arrange for you to see an out of hours GP if you need urgent medical attention.

Pharmacy and Minor Ailments Scheme

Local pharmacies open throughout the week.

Going to your pharmacy with common health problem and for advice helps us to have more appointments with our GPs and nurses.

Pharmacists can provide advice and medication for a number of common illnesses such as coughs and colds, diarrhoea, skin conditions and pain including the best medicine to treat them.

If you ask for treatment under the Minor Ailments scheme and you usually get free prescriptions, many medications will be supplied on a pharmacist’s prescription, free of charge.  





Telephone 0208 669 6186

Open Monday to Friday, 08:00-18:30 (extended hours on Monday or Saturday)

For urgent medical attention (non-life threatening) and for illness and injury that will not go away. Doctors and nurses available, pre-bookable and urgent on the day appointments. For urgent, on the day care, you will usually be contacted by telephone by the duty doctor who can assess and advise on the phone, or arrange to see you as necessary.

Accident & Emergency

(Hospital A&E)





A&E departments should only be used in a critical situation. You should usually call 111 for assessment before going to A&E

A&E is not designed for non urgent conditions.They provide immediate emergency care for people who are seriously ill or badly injured including:

  • Unconsciousness or head injuries
  • A deep wound or heavy blood loss

· A suspected heart attack or stroke

· Difficulty breathing

· Severe burns

· Severe allergic reaction

· Overdose or poisoning

· Suspected broken bones


If your condition is not critical or life threatening, please call NHS 111 for assessment before going to A&E. Your nearest A&E department is at Epsom at St Helier Hospital.

999 Ambulance

If you believe that your medical condition, or that of a friend or relative is life threatening, dial 999 for an ambulance.

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Blood tests are available in the centre between 8.30am and 12 noon every weekday. Please bring the blood form that your GP gave you. You do not need an appointment.
X-rays are now available every weekday at Jubilee Health Centre with a referral form from your GP.

Local pharmacies operate a minor illness service. You can get treatment from them for many minor conditions. The pharmacist's advice will always be free of charge, and if you get free prescriptions, you won't be charged for any medication. Just ask to be treated under the "Minor Ailments Scheme".

We have a Monday evening late surgery and a Saturday morning surgery - please ask if you would like an appointment at these times.
We will be moving patients to different named doctors at the practice. You may notice a different named doctor on your prescriptions or notes. Please be assured that you can continue to see any doctor of your choice at the practice. If you want to be assigned to a specific named doctor, please ask any member of staff.
New patients at the practice will have Dr Claire Garrett as their named doctor but can see any GP of their choice.

Dr Constable will be going on maternity leave from September for one year. Her patients will be covered by the other doctors. As always, you can see any doctor of your choice.

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