Clinics & Services

Baby Clinic & Immunisations

Baby Clinic by appointment

12:30pm – 2:00pm
Doctor, Nurse and Health Visitor

2:30pm – 3:30pm
Health Visitor only

The clinic is for developmental checks and any queries or advice on feeding and any child related problems.

Baby Clinic 




You can book an appointment for routine childhood immunisations with one of our practice nurses. The surgery is not responsible for reminding you when your child’s immunisations are due. You can find the immunisation schedule in your child’s red book or visit the following website:




Do you look after someone who could not manage without your help?  Then you are a carer.

Camden Carers Service offers information, advice and support to unpaid adults carers (18+) living, working or studying in Camden, or caring for someone who lives in Camden.  Camden Carers Service is also the gateway to a wide range of services provided by other local organisations and agencies working with carers in Camden.  






The practice hosts two types of counselling services NHS and Private. NHS services are available via self referral via the website below.

NHS  –



Family Planning

Appointments with one of our Practice Nurses at any time or with your usual doctor. The practice provides a full range of Family Planning, Well Woman Checks and cervical smears for all age groups with absolute confidentiality.

Our highly qualified practice nurses can carry out most of the services. If, however, you wish to see the doctor your are most welcome to do so

Family Planning


Minor Surgery Doctor

Minor Surgery

Minor surgery clinics are held at the practice for treatment and/or removal of minor skin problems such as warts, skin tags and some moles and cysts. Treatment is quick and easy.
Before booking an appointment in the minor surgery clinic you need to see Dr Entikabi or another GP in a routine appointment to assess suitability for the service. Once it has been established that you are suitable for this clinic, a member of our reception team will contact you to offer you the next available appointment.


Phlebotomy / Blood Tests

By appointment only

 or please attend the Royal Free Hospital (Phlebotomy):

  • Monday-Friday (excluding bank holidays): 7:30am – 5:30pm
  • or on Saturday morning: 9:00am – 1.00pm.

You are advised to arrive at least 15 minutes before the clinic closes.

(Info from, follow links For Patients, Departments and Services and Blood Test)

Phlebotomy Service




The simplest way for patients to access physiotherapy services in Camden is to self-refer by phoning Connect Physical Health on 020 7871 0545.

If you have more complex needs, or are unsure about the treatment you require, your GP will be able to assess your condition and refer you appropriately.


Stop Smoking

Iwona Kopka and Fanni Mohamud are our lead smoking cessation counsellors within the Practice. We consistently achieve one of the highest success rates in Camden in helping people quit smoking.

Our nurses can advise and support you in all aspects of smoking cessation, including medication and nicotine replacement therapy.

Your GP/practice nurse may advise you to make an appointment, or you can self refer to the service by booking at reception. Please tell reception the reason for the appointment as the initial appointment needs to be for 30min.

Stop Smoking


Travel Clinic

Travel Clinic

GP’s do not deal with travel immunisations and antimalarial medication: You will need to see the Practice Nurse or Physician Associate.

Travel vaccinations and advice are available by appointment. Please tell the receptionist when you book the appointment that it is for travel advice/medication. Please send us a completed Travel Clinic Questionnaire when booking your appointment. It is important that we receive the completed form as soon as possible so that we can ensure we have sufficient stock of any vaccines you may require.



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. 

Patients will receive personalised care and support from healthcare professionals from their general practice. This will cover things that patients say matter most to their health and wellbeing, from the best treatment for their condition, to wider things like employment, housing, and mental health.


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