Surgery Clinics

If you would like to book one of these clinics, please book your appointment online, or contact us on 020 8422 5602 (CALLS RECORDED AS OF 22.4.22).


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

Travel Risk Assessment Form

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