If you would like to book one of these clinics, please book your appointment online, or contact us on 020 8422 5602.
|Phlebotomy (Blood Tests) – We run an in-house phlebotomy service for our patients and those referred to the service by other Harrow practices. Our phlebotomists are trained to bleed patients aged 2+ including those that are hard to bleed.
For patients not registered with RMC, results will be sent to your registered GP.
Please allow 7-10 working days before enquiring about any results.
|Travel Vaccinations – Our Practice Nurse is able to provide travel immunisations. Patients must complete a Travel Form online before booking an appointment.
We are no longer a Yellow Fever centre.
Please complete the form at least 6-8 weeks prior to departure. Once complete please hand it to us over the counter or alternatively, email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Family Planning and Contraception – We offer family planning appointments, emergency contraception (subject to clinician availability) and pill checks with our Practice Nurse.
Your Guide to Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) – a leaflet helping you choose the method of contraception that’s best for you.
|Baby Development Clinic – Held every Thursday by either Dr Zaidi or Dr Doshi between 11am – 12pm. The Doctors assess the baby’s development and conduct a post-natal check on the new mother.|
|Baby Immunisations/Child Vaccinations – Baby immunisation clinics are held every Thursday by the Practice Nurse between 11am – 12.30pm. Child immunisations must be booked outside of the Baby clinics however we require a Doctor to be on site. To view and download the current Routine Immunisation Schedule, please see here.|
|Community Dietician – The Dietician visits our Practice twice a month. Patients can be referred to this service by another Clinician or they can self-refer.|
|Diabetic Specialist Nurse (DSN) – The DSN visits our Practice once a month and sees pre-booked patients with serious cases of diabetes.|
|Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) – The CBT service runs once a week in the Practice. Patients are pre-booked and are able to discuss mental and physical health problems, most commonly anxiety and depression.|
|Westminster Drug & Alcohol Project (WDP) – A service designed specifically for patients with current or existing alcohol and/ or substance misuse issues|