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We are pleased to let you that you can now book appointments with a GP or nurse at the OOHS Extended Hours GP sites.  Appointments are available from 6.30pm on Monday to Friday and from 8am-8pm on Saturdays and Sundays.  GP appointments are bookable 7 days in advance and nurse appointments 14 days in advance.

Appointments will commonly be for:

  • Routine medical appointments
  • Flu jabs,
  • Travel vaccinations
  • NHS routine immunisations
  • Simple wound care – where no swabs or use of the pathology ICE system is required. This is because the pathology system will not be accessible for all patients being seen within the Hub system.
  • Sexual Health
THE CONNAUGHT SQUARE PRACTICE- Connaught Square, 41 Connaught Square, W2 2HL

Extended appointment times:

Monday to Friday: 18:30-20:00

Saturday and Sunday: 08:00-16:00


Extended Appointment Times:

Monday- Friday: 18:30-20:00

Saturday & Sunday: 10:00-18:00

THE WESTBOURNE GREEN SURGERY- Health at the stowe, 260 Harrow Road, London, W2 5ES

Extended Appointment Times:

Monday-Friday 18:30-20:00.

Saturday & Sunday 12:00-20:00


We have clinics held for our patients from 08:00-11:00, these appointments are pre-bookable. Please call the surgery or make an appointment online with our HCA’s.


We hold contraceptive clinics with our practice nurse. We have a nurse working from Monday to Friday 08:00-18:30 and till 20:00 on extended days.


The increasing number of people living with long-term conditions is one of the biggest challenges facing our health and social care systems. GPs & Nurses have a vital role to play in caring for those living with LTCs, to find out more please call the surgery.


Appointments with the Practice Nurse

If you’re planning to travel outside the UK, you may need to be vaccinated against some of the serious diseases found in other parts of the world. Vaccinations are available to protect you against infections such as yellow fever, typhoid and hepatitis A.

In the UK, the childhood vaccination programme protects you against a number of diseases, but doesn’t cover most of the infectious diseases found overseas.


Thursday Morning from 10:45-12:45

Our health visiting service is for parents and their children who are registered with a GP,

Our health visitors provide advice and support in a number of areas including:

  • new birth visits, including advice on feeding, weaning and dental health
  • physical and developmental checks
  • general parenting support
  • advice on family health and minor illnesses
  • specific support on subjects such as post natal depression
  • deliver immunisation and national screening programmes
  • support children and families during the transition to school

We also run a targeted health visiting service for children and families who require extra support. This service assesses each child and family and introduces them to appropriate services, such as speech and language therapy.


Appointment with HCAs/Practice Nurse

The NHS Health Check is a free check-up of your overall health. It can tell you whether you’re at higher risk of getting certain health problems, such as:

If you’re over 65, you will also be told the signs and symptoms of dementia to look out for.

If you’re aged 40-74 and you haven’t had a stroke, or you don’t already have heart disease, diabetes or kidney disease, you should have an NHS Health Check every five years.

Any follow-up tests or appointments are also free of charge.


Appointment with HCA’s

If you are tired of having your life ruled by cigarettes, if you are fed up with the cost to your health and to your pocket, and if you want to stop smoking and reclaim your life, then help is at hand.

Kick-It is a free NHS-supported service that will help you stop smoking and support you through the difficult early days of quitting. Whether you’ve already tried to stop and failed, or if you’ve yet to take the plunge, here is an opportunity for you to quit for good.


Appointments held on Fridays 13:30-18:30 (Paid Service)

Osteopathy is a way of detecting, treating and preventing health problems by moving, stretching and massaging a person’s muscles and joints.

Osteopathy is based on the principle that the well-being of an individual depends on their bones, muscles, ligaments and connective tissue functioning smoothly together.

Osteopaths use physical manipulation, stretching and massage, with the aim of:

  • increasing the mobility of joints
  • relieving muscle tension
  • enhancing the blood supply to tissues
  • helping the body to heal

They use a range of techniques, but don’t use drugs or surgery.

In the UK, osteopathy is a complementary or alternative medicine (CAM), and is different from conventional western medicine.