When We Are Closed

For Emergencies

Dial 999 only in an emergency (suspected heart attack, severe breathing difficulties, severe bleeding, unconscious patient)

For Non-Emergency Assistance

Dial 111

All patients should note that when the surgery is closed, they are at liberty to seek advice from NHS 111, the telephone number for which is 111.

NHS 111 is a fast and easy way to get the right help.  It will get you through to a team of highly trained advisors who are supported by experienced nurses.  The NHS 111 team will, where possible, book you an appointment or transfer you directly to the people you need to speak to.

This service is free to ring from either a landline or a mobile, but should be reserved for urgent calls that cannot wait until the surgery is next open, but for which an Emergency 999 call is not necessary.

Evening and weekend GP appointments now available to Waltham Forest residents

Waltham Forest residents are now able to access more evening and weekend appointments with a GP and nurse at four primary care ‘hubs’ in the borough. These appointments are funded by Waltham Forest CCG and delivered by Waltham Forest GP Federation. The hubs are located in the following four practices and appointments are available for anyone who is registered with any GP practice in Waltham Forest:

  • Triangle House Health Centre, 2-8 Harrow Rd, Leytonstone, London, E11 3QF
  • Higham Hill Medical Centre, 258-260 Higham Hill Road, Walthamstow, London, E17 5RQ
  • Handsworth Medical Centre, 5 Handsworth Ave, Chingford, London, E4 9PD
  • Allum Medical Centre, Fairlop Rd, Leytonstone, London, E11 1BN

To support more people who need to be seen urgently by a local doctor, same day appointments in the hubs are available every weekday evening between 6.30pm –10.00pm, and 8am – 8pm on weekends.

How to book:

Appointments can only be booked by calling 020 8519 3999.

Booking line hours:

Monday to Friday              12pm – 8pm

Saturday to Sunday           8am – 6pm

Accident & Emergency Department:

(A & E or 999)

A & E departments are an Emergency service and are very busy. They should only ever be used in life threatening situations.

Please note that if you use the A & E department or call ambulances inappropriately you are endangering the lives of peoples who need their services.

Patients who use A & E and call ambulances inappropriately may be asked to leave our list.

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