9 May 2019
It has been six months since the GP/nurse access service at Alexandra Avenue changed from being a walk-in and wait service, to an appointment service for Harrow residents. We would like to hear from people who have used the service following the change to booked appointments.
Pharmacists can advise you on a range of conditions like sore throats, coughs and colds, tummy troubles and emergency contraception. Seeing a pharmacist is often the best first step for minor health concerns, and they can provide one-to-one, confidential consultations.
If you need medical help fast, but it’s not a life-threatening situation, call NHS 111. In an emergency, you should dial 999 or go to A&E.
Alexandra Avenue GP Access Centre installs Infopoint help point to improve patient access to GP services
23 April 2019
Harrow CCG has appointed Infopoint to install an NHS 111 free dial help point at Alexandra Avenue GP Access Centre, assisting patients to book appointments quickly and easily.
Appointments at Alexandra Avenue can be made through the patients’ GP or by calling 111.
Harrow CCG is funding this initiative to support the GP Access Centre in line with NHS England’s requirements to see improved same day access to GP services 7 days a week by 2020.