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Extended Primary Care Services

Extended Access

Extended Primary Care Services

A GP access hub is a GP practice that offers evening and weekend appointments for patients registered with other practices in the area.

If patients are unable to get an appointment with their practice, they can ask for a GP Access Hub appointment. Nurse appointments are also offered at some hubs.  Patients may also call 111.

For further information click here.

GP Extended Access Hub

The GP Extended Access Hub service offers additional appointments to all Brent-registered patients, operating across multiple sites and locations near you.

Pre-bookable appointments are available at the following locations and times:

Wembley Centre for Health & Care

GP Extended Access Hub (Nurse Available)

Monday to Sunday: 8am to 8pm

Wilesden

Roundwood Park and Medical Centre

Monday to Friday: 4pm to 8pm

Saturday: 12pm to 4pm

Kingsbury

The Stag Holyrood Practice (Temporary location)

Monday to Friday: 4pm to 8pm

Kilburn Hub

Staverton Surgery (Nurse Available)

Monday to Friday: 4pm to 8pm

Saturday: 10am to 2pm

Central Middlesex Hosptal

Park Royal Medical Practice

Monday to Friday: 4pm to 8pm

Saturday: 10am to 2pm

If you wish to book an appointment at the Hub, please contact your GP practice who can directly allocate one to you at any of the above sites. When the GP practice is closed, please dial 111 who can also allocate you an appointment directly.

All appointments last 10 minutes and the Hub GP will have access to your clinical notes where needed.

The Hub uses an automated appointment reminder service. As long as your GP has a current mobile telephone number for you, you will receive a text message before your appointment. This will include date, time, Hub name and address of your appointment. You will also be given the option to cancel if you decide that the appointment is no longer needed.

In addition to a text message, you will be contacted by a member of our central administration team to confirm your appointment and to answer any further questions you may have.



 
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