Whitton Corner Health and Social Care Centre, Percy Road, Whitton, Twickenham, TW2 6JL
Telephone: 0203 405 0840
We are unable to accept urine samples over the counter unless requested by a doctor. Please book an appointment if you think you may have a urine infection. **We are looking for new members to create a PPG (Patient Participation Group) please see latest news below**
WE ARE TAKING ON NEW PATIENTS
REGISTER WITH US ON-LINE HERE https://gp-registration.nhs.uk/H84031
If you would like online access to your records please read this leaflet before asking at reception – You will need to opt in by contacting reception or using our contact us link above
Welcome to Jubilee Surgery
We are delighted to welcome you to our website. Jubilee Surgery strives to offer the highest standard of patient care in our purpose built premises at Whitton Corner.
Our practice is located on the first floor of Whitton Corner Health and Social Care Centre on the corner of Percy Road and Hospital Bridge Road near to the A316. There is a bus stop located less than 50m from the surgery that is serviced by the H22,110 and 481.
We have some limited on-site parking but it is shared with other facilities in the building so please park considerately.
Which appointment should I have?
Your… physician associate, mental health worker, social prescriber, nurse, pharmacist…will see you now!
Did you know we have all sorts of different healthcare professionals that work alongside GPs? This means you can be seen more quickly and by the most appropriate person to help you.
The reception team are fully trained to triage your requests. They will ask a couple of questions to assess which appointment, which clinician you need to see and for how long. All information is confidential.
You may be offered an urgent on the day appointment, 48 hours appointment or routine appointment (booked around 2 weeks in advance). You can have either a telephone or face to face appointment. Some problems have to be face to face. Your receptionist is trained to differentiate which ailments are suitable for which appointments.
You may be offered an appointment with a range of other health professionals who work with the surgery team– physician associate, nurses, pharmacists, mental health workers and social prescribers who can also help you. This means that you may be seen more quickly.
Your community pharmacy can also advise you on minor illnesses and the reception may refer you directly via the Community Pharmacy Consultation Service.
Please also note that access to Online Appointment for nursing is available through Patient Access.
If you have a life threatening emergency you MUST RING 999
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