Clinics and Services




Practice Nurses

By appointment only. If possible please let the receptionist know the reason for your visit. This helps the nurse prepare for her clinic. Clinics run every day.

The Practice Nurse will be happy to see you in her general clinic for a variety of clinical procedures. These include dressings, stitch removals, ear syringing, injections, travel immunisations and urine tests. She can advise on minor illnesses, veruccas, warts, athlete’s foot, skin rashes and in-growing toenails.

Pratice nurse appointment

In our health check clinics you will be able to get advice about management of asthma, blood pressure and diabetes. Advice and support will also be given to help prevent heart attacks, help weight loss, stop smoking, alcohol related problems and much more.


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Walking Group

Every Tuesday at 10:15am.

This group is run by patients for patients. They go for walks all around Nunhead and sometimes further afield.

All welcome!


Health Visitors

Baby Clinic will be held at Dulwich Community Hospital.

  • Tuesday 9:30am to 11:30am and 1:30pm to 3pm
  • Wednesday 1:30 to 2:45pm.

There will also be a drop in clinic at The Lister Health Centre in Peckham.

  • Wednesday 9:30am to 11:30am
  • Thursday 1pm to 3:30pm

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District nurse appointment

District Nurses

The District Nurse team, based at Townley Road Health Centre, is responsible for nursing care in the community.

Arrangements can be made through a doctor or nurse for the District Nurses to visit you at home.

You can also self refer, by contacting the team on 020 3049 7573.


Clinical Psychologist

You can self refer to the Clinical Psychological Services through their website or by calling 020 3228 2194

Many of us experience psychological or emotional problems at some stage in our lives. These problems affect the way we think, feel and behave and can have an impact on all areas of our lives including work, relationships and general well-being. Difficulties may include anxiety, panic attacks, phobias and depression.

Anyone can experience psychological problems, whatever their age, gender, social situation or cultural background. We all have our own ways of dealing with such problems.

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However, sometimes we feel that we need to discuss things with someone who is trained to work with these problems. Seeing a psychologist can help us to recover from our problems more quickly or can help to prevent them from recurring in the future.


Family Planning

By appointment only, with the Practice Nurse or one of the doctors.


Midwifery Services/Antenatal Clinic

King's College Hospital

Guys and St Thomas Hospital



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