46 Station Road, New Barnet, Herts, EN5 1QH
Telephone: 020 8441 4425
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Addington Medical Centre like many practices across the country have seen demand for appointments with clinicians increase. Patients also felt that they were waiting too long on the phone to get through to make an appointment and all too often the appointments are fully booked.
We are putting in place measures to meet demand and one way is the use of eConsult.
eConsult is an online triage and consultation tool. It gives patients access to self-help, allows them to complete administrative tasks such as requesting a sick/fit note and makes it easier for GPs to assess what medical care patients need.
A GP will triage all eConsults and assess who needs to be seen that day. Meanwhile Addington continues to offer pre-bookable appointments.
The Addington Medical Centre is an established NHS GP surgery providing traditional family health care to our patients in Barnet. We have a dedicated Practice Team of clinical and administrative staff. Our aim is to enhance the quality of life of individuals and families in the local community through the efficient use of all health care resources available. This web-site is designed to provide information about our practice, and also provides links to other Health Care resources both locally and on the internet.
If you would like to register as a patient at our surgery please visit the New Patient Registration page.
Appointments are currently being delivered face-to-face, online and over the telephone. We suggest that you wear a mask whilst inside the surgery.
We are improving the way we work with patients with long-term conditions. Patients living with certain long-term conditions will be encouraged to attend a Yearly Health Check. Long-term conditions are those that impact over a long period of time, such as diabetes and heart diseases. Please click here to learn more.
North Central London CCG would like to reassure you that if you are worried about any unusual symptoms you may be experiencing that could be cancer, the NHS is open for you so please do not hesitate to contact your doctor. Please click here for more information.