At Stamford Hill Group Practice we take pride in offering the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare

We have fourteen consulting rooms, three nurses' treatment rooms, offices for the practice manager, deputy practice manager, assistant manager, reception manager, secretarial and administration offices

We have a dedicated team of Doctors, Nurses, Health Care Assistants and Pharmacists

In addition to usual medical services, we have in-house clinics led by

  • Physiotherapist
  • Child Psychologist (First Steps team)
  • Social Prescribers
  • Heart failure Nurse
  • Diabetic Nurse Specialist

We have recently had a complete renovation of our building, bringing us up to current modern standards -we are delighted with the result and we hope you are too!

All our public areas are wheelchair accessible and we have a disabled toilet and lift available for use

Information for patients who are visually impaired

Our practice booklet is available in large font and it is also available in braille - please ask at reception if you would like a copy 

Please let us know if you would like us to send you correspondence in large font

Information for patients who are hearing impaired

We have a hearing loop fitted in reception and a portable loop that can be used in consulting rooms and home visits - please let us know if you require this

Information on specific clinics

Mother and Baby Clinic

docbabyMother and Baby Clinics are a combined appointment for Mum and Baby to be checked 8 weeks after birth. This is part of routine child health surveillance and a chance to get advice on matters such as breastfeeding and contraception, for baby to be weighed and have immunisations


We offer appointments for routine childhood immunisations on a variety of days and times including Sundays. We have plenty of appointments please call reception and book an appointment if your baby/child is due immunisations!

Cervical Screening

Cervical screening is available to women and people with a cervix aged 25 to 64 in England. It is a very important screening test

We have plenty of appointments with a variety of days and times - please call reception and book if you are due your smear test!

Cervical screening looks for the human papillomavirus (HPV) which can cause abnormal cells on the cervix. If HPV is found, a cytology test is undertaken to check for any abnormal cells

If no abnormal cells are found, a follow up screen is arranged for 12 months’ time. This will check to see if the immune system has cleared the virus

Most HPV infections are transient, and slightly abnormal cells often go away on their own when the virus clears. If HPV persists, abnormal cells can, if left untreated, turn into cancer over time.

If abnormal cells are found, the individual will be referred to colposcopy (a special test-it is a large magnifying glass that a doctor or specialist nurse (colposcopist) uses to closely look at cervix in more detail)

For more information please contact us or look at the NHS website 


Minor Surgery Clinic

We hold minor surgery clinics at various times.  Patients can only book an appointment if they have been referred by the doctor.

Long Term Conditions Clinics

If you have a long term condition you will need to see a clinician once a year for a review. This might be with a Doctor/Nurse/Pharmacist. Please call reception to book your appointment.

Examples of long term conditions are:

  • Asthma
  • Diabetes
  • COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)
  • Hypertension (High blood pressure)
  • Ischaemic Heart Disease

If you have 2 or more long term conditions you may be eligible for an extended (30 minute) consultation called 'Time to Talk'. This gives you a chance to talk about the aspects of your care that are most important to you. Please call reception for more information 

Social Prescribing Services

There are many things that impact our health and wellbeing, including feeling isolated or struggling with practical challenges. We have Social Prescribers in our practice who can speak with adults registered with the practice. They will ask you about what is happening in your life, what you enjoy, and what is getting in the way. The Social Prescriber might suggest services and activities that might help you or simply work with you to build your skills and confidence. They can tell you about community based services, e.g. lunch clubs, gardening groups, benefits advice, exercise groups. 

Please ask your GP to refer you to social prescribing.


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