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We now have a centre at Belmont that you can attend to see a GP if your own GP cannot see you urgently.

You can be seen by a GP between 8am and 8pm seven days a week at:

The Belmont Health Centre, 516 Kenton Lane, Harrow, HA3 7LT

This is a ‘drop in service’ where you do not need an appointment. The GP that you see will send us the consultation notes that we can upload onto your medical record.

 


If you require URGENT medical advice please contact the NHS service

on 111. You can dial directly from your mobile. Alternatively, please call 0203 402 111

The service is provided by Careuk

Need an urgent GP appointment?

If you urgently need to see a GP, and are unable to get an appointment, you can see a GP at a local walk in service. The urgent "walk-in" appointments are not required to be booked in advance and are available 7 days a week from 08h00 to 18h00 at:

The Belmont Health Centre

516 Kenton Lane

Harrow

HA3 7LT

The Pinn Medical Centre

37 Love Lane

Pinner

Middlesex

HA5 3EE

0208 866 5766

Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 08h00 to 19h30

Access from Marka and Spencer car park in Pinner

The Ridgeway

Alexandra Avenue

Harrow

Middesex

HA2 9DX

0208 427 2470 or 0208 966 6300

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 08h00 to 18h00, Saturday and Sunday 08h00 to 16h00

Please note that the clinic no longer offers a walk in service on weekdays. The walk in clinic is available for urgent medical needs only on weekends and bank holidays

Other Local Services

The nearest hospital with an Accident and Emergency Department is:

Northwick Park Hospital Tel 0208 864 3232

There is a 24 hour walk-in urgent treatment service at Edgeware General Hospital Tel 0208 732 6633

Out of hours services are generally very busy, so [lease 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 contact 999. Chest pains and/or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.

 
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