If your leaving our practice please let us know the address of your new GP practice. There may be certain restrictions with our new IT system and GP2GP transfer of notes may not happen. It is therefore extremely important that you let us know the name and address of your new GP, for us to send your record securely.
From October 2019 there will be
NO MORE WALK- IN
appointments at Eagle House Surgery
or at any Enfield practice.
All patients MUST have an appointment to be seen at weekends or bank holidays
Patients are required to book a GP hub appointment via their own GP practice during core opening hours
or by calling NHS 111 when the practice is closed.
From 1 October Enfield residents presenting as walk-in at the GP hubs will be either:
- Triaged and offered a bookable appointment, OR
- advised to visit their GP practice, OR
- directed to an alternative NHS service ,OR
- advised to self-care, if clinically appropriate.
If you have any queries or would like more information please contact the Primary Care team via email at email@example.com
Try the new NHS App
If your a patient at our practice you can now use the new NHS App, a simple way to access a range of NHS services on your smartphone or tablet.
You can use the NHS App to check your symptoms and get instant advice, book appointments, order repeat prescriptions, view your GP medical record and more.
If you already use Patient access/myGP/Evergreen life/digi.me/Dimec you can continue to use it.You can use the NHS App as well.
For m ore information go to www.nhs.uk/nhsapp
Medicus Health Partners
As you all are aware we went through an IT Merge on the 15th October, this has now been completed successfully however we are still having teething problems along the way so please bare with us during this process.
please note you will not be able to use your online access from 15/10/18 If you had an account before. Please contact the surgery to revalidate your online account.
Thankyou for your support Dr.Bose and partners
Teaching Practice information for patients
Our practice is a community teaching practice for Kings College London School of medicine, with the supervision of your doctor or nurse, medical students may, with your consent, join your consultation.
This is one way medical students learn to become good doctors and understand patients views about their care.
We appreciate your help with their learning.
Please let your doctor or practice manager know if you have any questions about our community medical teaching.
KUMEC Teaching Practice 2019