Public Health England are now recommending that all travellers who develop relevant symptoms, however mild, within 14 days of returning from mainland China, Thailand, Japan, Republic of Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia or Macau should self-isolate at home immediately and call NHS 111.
Public Health England are recommending that travellers from Wuhan and Hubei Province should self-isolate for 14 days, even if they do not have symptoms, due to the increased risk from that area. Travellers should call NHS 111 to inform them of their recent travel to Wuhan or Hubei province.
If people are very unwell they should contact 111 and tell the operator of their recent travel history.
**CHANGES TO EASTCOTE SURGERY**
Eastcote Surgery is now operating from the portacabin on site due to the rebuild.
**IMPORTANT CHANGES TO REPEAT PRESCRIPTION ORDERING**
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Welcome to the Kings Road Medical Centre and Eastcote Surgery. Our aim is to provide the highest quality medical care and a full range of medical services together with special clinics designed to promote optimum healthcare amongst our patients. This website explains how we organise the practice to achieve that goal.
History of the Practice
The surgery was started in the 1930s by Dr Jude Welling. At that time, including Kings Road Medical Centre, there were 12 sites in total. During the following years they were slowly sold off leaving only seven sites during the 1960s. In the 1980s only two sites remained, Kings Road and Eastcote Surgery. The surgery registered patients are split 60/40. We have a mixture of patients from various multicultural backgrounds.
Please be aware that from 1st March 2014 GP Practices across England will soon be required to supply patients personal and confidential medical information, on a regular and continuous basis, to the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC). The data upload is due to commence in March 2014 and all households should receive a leaflet "Better information means better care" through their letterbox about this in January.
If you would like more information and to print off opt out forms go to:
www.medconfidential.org/how-to-opt-out and www.nhs.uk/caredata and www.hscic.gov.uk/patientconf
Our practice is contracted by the local Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to provide Medical Services for patients within the local community.
Important Notice To Practice Patients
On a regular basis NHS England sends out letters to confirm your residence at your current address. We would be grateful if you could complete the letter and sent it back in the pre paid envelope provided.
If they do not hear from you and if we cannot verify that you are still an active patient your name may be removed from the practice list. The trust does not want to incorrectly remove you from your GP’s list so please do respond to this letter as quickly as possible but at latest within 14 days receipt.
If your address or other personal details have changed recently please inform the practice.
Please speak to the receptionist if you have any questions regarding this notice.
- A room available for access by disabled people
- A room available for nappy changing upon request
- Breastfeeding - if a room is vacant, it will be made available upon request
- A room to discuss matters in private on request
- A comfortable waiting area (our practice is cleaned and checked every day)
The practice has done its utmost to be easily accessible and user-friendly for our disabled and wheelchair-bound patients.
A wheelchair is available for those with difficulty in walking - this can be borrowed through our reception staff.
An induction loop is available to help the hard of hearing have clearer conversations. This can also be provided for individual consulting rooms when necessary. Please inform reception staff in advance that the induction loop will be required.
There are also toilet facilities for the disabled at Kings Road Medical Centre.
If you experience any problems please speak to our reception staff, who will do their utmost to assist you.
Patient Car Parking Facility
There is no longer car park available at Eastcote Surgery due to the rebuild.
No car parking facility is available for patients other than off-street parking.
We would ask all our patients to observe a few simple rules when they come to the surgeries:
All dogs, with the exception of assistance dogs, should be left outside the building.
The building is a non-smoking building and we request that this be honoured.
Food & Drink
We would request that patients do not eat or drink whilst waiting for their appointments. A cup of water may be obtained from reception on request.
Please do not use your mobile phone in the surgery. It is disruptive to patients who are in the waiting room.