When We Are Closed

If the surgery is closed please call: 0207 511 8880 or NHS 111 for medical advice. Out-of-hours patients will be seen by  a GP Co-op.

Use the 111 Service

You can call the 111 service for medical advice that is not an emergency. 

The service is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week. 

It is free to call from landline and mobile

Out-of-hours services are generally busy so please think carefully before asking to see a doctor and only do so if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.

In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.  

For urgent care requirements, you may need to visit the base at the following Bart's Health hospitals:

Urgent care centres co-located within each emergency department (A&E) to see patients with minor injuries and illnesses:
Newham University HospitalOpen daily from 8am - 11pmGlen Road, Plaistow, London, E13 8SL
The Royal London HospitalOpen daily from 12noon - 10pm

Whitechapel Road, Whitechapel, London, 

E1 1BB

Whipps Cross University HospitalOpen 24 hours dailyWhipps Cross Road, Leytonstone, London, E11 1NR

Domestic Violence

Newham Asian Women’s Project (NAWP) is now London Black Women's Project (LBWP)
Phone number - 020 8472 0528
Address - 661 Barking Rd, London E13 9EX

Aanchal 0845 451 2547 (24 hour crisis line for Asian women experiencing domestic abuse)

Depression and Anxiety

  • Samaritans 0845 790 9090 (24 hour crisis line for people contemplating harming themselves)
  • Saneline 0845 767 8000 6pm – 11pm every day (Practical information, crisis care and emotional support)
  • No Panic 0800 138 8889 10am – 10pm every day UK Freephone (For people experiencing panic or anxiety problems)

Late and Weekend Opening Pharmacies

  • Pharmacy Republic - 020 85480221 138 Barking Road, East Ham, Newham, London, E6 (Open until 11pm Mon-Fri, Midnight Sat-Sun)
  • Munro Pharmacy on Green Street and Prince Regent Lane.
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