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The Hodford Road Surgery73 Hodford RoadGolders GreenLondon, NW11 8NHTel: 020 8905 5234
Ante-natal care is offered with any London hospital although our closest links are with the Royal Free.
A full range of family planning advice is available including most forms of contraception and cervical smears.
Patients should make an appointment to see the Practice Nurse or Doctor for general advice.
The Practice Nurse can also give Pre-natal advice.
All childhood immunisations and the 6 week developmental check are available at the surgery. Patients should book these appointments with the surgery.
If you need advice about feeding or have concerns about your child's early years parents are advised to make contact with the Health Visitor via Childs Hill Clinic: 020 8209 0333
If you would like advice on quitting smoking, sensible drinking, diet and exercise please make an appointment to see the Practice Nurse.
Occasionally the practice is asked to produce reports for health insurance companies, solicitors, the local authority and others. Whilst happy to assist, these services are not covered by the NHS and a private fee may be payable. We will tell you if there is a fee to pay. A list of common fees is displayed in reception.
Test results are sent back to the surgery on-line by the laboratory when they have been processed. Depending on the test this may be within 24 hours or up to several days.
Patients can view the results on line if they wish provided this has been agreed with the practice. In order to view tests on line you will need to register with the on line platform and obtain a PIN from the practice. Please let us know when you have the test whether you wish to have this type of access.Allow 2 weeks from having the test before chasing the result and remember that test results will be made available to the patient only - not to anyone who requests them on your behalf.
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