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Find us

The practice is now based in the brand new Jubilee Health Centre.  

The health centre is in Shotfield, a few minutes walk from Wallington Town Centre, and next to the library. The health centre is convenient for Wallington railway station, several bus routes and parking. 

Public Transport

Wallington Station is 5 minutes walk away with regular trains to Croydon, London and Sutton.

Buses 151 and 410 stop directly outside our building.

Buses 127, 455, 463, 154, 157 and S4 stop within 5 minutes walk from the health centre

 

Parking

We have short stay parking bays directly outside the building for patients with blue badges.

There are two public car parks within 5 minutes walk of the health centre. Both offer 30 minutes free parking (you must obtain a free ticket from the machine) or longer stays with pay and display tickets.

Taxis

Local minicab firms are:

Wallington Cars: 0208 647 7766

Carshalton Cars: 0208 647 6666

 

Plan your journey

Use Transport for London's journey planner to help plan your journey

http://www.tfl.gov.uk/



Noticeboard


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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