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Flu Clinics - starting from 10th September 2020 - see more details Walk through clinic layout - one way flow flu clinics

We are running Walk through clinic every

Wednesday 9am to 12pm and 2pm to 4pm

Thursday 9am to 12pm

We are doing blood pressure checks as well but we request that you bring your home blood pressure reading with you to save time and check that your readings at home are same as on our BP monitors.

Poster - Your opinion matters- We need your involvement to improve our services for you.  Our staff and Patient Participation Group jointly created a survey to gather patient feedback. 

Covid-19 Mask Exemption Letter request

Unfortunately as a practice we are unable to offer any letters for patients for face mask exemptions. This includes sick notes and exemption letters. Following the latest Government guidance, there is no requirement for evidence for exemption. It should be sufficient for someone to declare that they are eligible for an exemption directly with the person questioning them, such as a bus driver or shop assistant.
As a result, our practice is therefore not required to provide letters of support for those who fall under the list of exemptions or those who do not fall under the list of exemptions.
Some transport providers are providing evidence of exemption themselves such as First Bus and Arriva.

CQC Rating GOOD - See inspection report

Next PPG Meeting on 16th July 2020 at 11am (Zoom invite) - Please register your interest by calling on 020 8527 2563  

Working with EQUIP Improvement programme in 2020

Penrhyn Covid-19 Response Team

Covid-19 Clinical Lead - Dr Toyin Oremakinde

Covid-19 Admin Lead – Mrs Suzia Riasat

Covid-19 Social Prescriber – Ms Arevik Mkrttchian

For any support and help for shielding patient please direct your queries to “Penrhyn Covid-19 Response Team” at

Extremely vulnerable people who should shield from Covid-19

If you are a patient looking for shielding advice, visit the shielded patient pages on 

If you are already on the list and require extra support, you can register on

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