The Addington Road Surgery website provides many online facilities, including appointment booking and prescription ordering. It also contains a vast range of health information and resources, along with practical information on visiting the surgery. We hope you find the website useful and informative.
Appointments are available for face-to-face consultations, telephone consultations, which can now be booked online using patient online access, and the Duty doctor, which is Initially a telephone encounter and then an invitation to surgery if needed - every day the surgery is open for urgent care and advice.
We like most of the Practices in Bromley Borough have come together to improve access to GP services. We are able to offer appointments to see fellow Bromley GPs from 4pm - 8pm on weekdays and 8am - 8pm on weekends at strategically located practices: 1.Cator Medical Centre in Beckenham Beacon, 2.Crown Medical Centre in Bromley Common and 3.Poverist Medical Centre in Orpington.
We would like to encourage our patients to embrace this access as a lot of patients in other Bromley Practices have.
Appointments can be booked with the GP Alliance which run 3 Hubs out of Beckenham Beacon, Crown Medical Centre, Bromley Common and Poverest Medical Centre, Orpington. Appointments are available daily from 4-8pm during the week and 8am-1pm on weekends. These appointments can be booked at the Surgery if you are unable to see your GP at the Surgery on the day.
The new telephone system has 5 options, press 1 for appointments, 2 for results (after 10:30am), 3 for prescriptions advice (preferably between 12:30 - 2:00pm), 4 for secretaries for referral information, and 5 for medical emergencies. You can contact the surgery on 0208 462 5771.
LOCAL CARE RECORDS
The Practice is now able to share and access medical electronic information between local hospitals. The local care record will allow our GP's to view investigations, results, previous treatments, follow up appointments and other important information at the touch of a button. Please click on the link below for further information.
The benefit of the local care record may avoid delay in your ongoing treatment as the clinician can access your recent hospital investigations as soon as it becomes avialable.
However, if you would like to discuss Opting-out of this service, please contact the Surgery for further information
The Practice is pleased to provide patients with access to its Clinical System via a Secure Web Interface. You can book appointments order repeat prescriptions and view your blood test results online.
Please download and fill in an application form which can be found at the top left of the home page above key information and bring to Reception
To use EMIS Patient Access you will need a Practice ID number and Access ID number which is obtained from the practice, and, in conjunction with a password, will be unique to you.
Click here to log in to EMIS Patient Access.
Surgery reception and phone lines are open from 8.00am - 6.30pm on Monday to Friday, but up until 8.00pm on our two (variable) evenings per week.
We have three Partners: Dr Sodipe, Dr Prathap and Dr Leake. We also employ three salaried doctors: Dr Langtry, Dr Noori, Dr Patel and a Nurse practitioner Mrs Alger. We also have a part-time Senior Clinical Pharmacist, Mobolaji Onafuwa.
There are two disabled parking bays near the front door for Blue Badge holders only. The premises are suitable for disabled patients, with easy access, disabled toilets, loop system and a lift.
There is no parking or turning on site (except for disabled Blue Badge holders). Adequate parking exists in Croydon Road near the main entrance. However, in the interests of safety, please do not park too close to the junction with Addington Road and please do not obstruct our neighbours' driveways. Above all, please do not park in the service road adjacent to the health centre because it blocks access for emergency vehicles. Parking on the pavement is illegal and you may be fined for doing so.
The Health Centre is located in the area overseen by Bromley CCG.
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