86 Clapham Manor Street, London, SW4 6EB

Telephone: 020 7411 6866 ( Out of hours: 111 )
Email: LAMCCG.drcurran@remove-this.nhs.net

Coronavirus (Covid-19)

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Coronavirus: Service Updates

Appointments at the Practice

You will not be able to book a face-to-face GP appointment without speaking to a doctor online or over the phone first. If you need to speak to a GP please;

If your problem is urgent you can request a same day call-back from our duty doctor by calling 020 74116866. If a GP feels you need to be seen they can book you into a face to face appointment. Please note nurse appointments remain bookable on the phone, but if you develop a cough or fever please cancel your appointment a.s.a.p and self-isolate for 7 days.

Please check our website regularly for updates. For up-to-date information and national guidance, visit https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19

Practice News

Not sure what to do - go straight to 111

Not sure what to do - Go straight to 111

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Trial of physical Activity and Reduction of Smoking (TARS)

Want to reduce your smoking, but not quit? Then join the TARS study, and receive £40 in shopping vouchers!!

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Lambeth GP Access Hubs

We have increased the number of appointments we are offering at Dr Curran & Partners. We have three new GPs and a new nurse to add to our existing staff in 2017. We have also…

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Dr Curran & Partners are pleased to announce that we now have FREE WI FI for our patients to use in our waiting area.

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Together, we can tackle child abuse

Campaign to raise awareness and encourage members of the public to report child abuse and neglect.

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Need Help with Your Medicines? It’s okay to ask your GP or pharmacist.

It’s okay to ask your GP or pharmacist.

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Ordering more than you need can be bad for your health and cost the NHS time and money.

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EPS - Electronic Prescription Service

This practice now sends prescriptions electronically. Find out how this could save you time!

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Common problems Your Pharmacist Can Help With

Every year, millions of us visit our GP with minor health problems that our local pharmacist could resolve.

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More than 10,000 people in the UK currently need a transplant.

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British Heart Foundation - Join Heart Matters, the free service from the British Heart Foundation

Join Heart Matters, the free service from the British Heart Foundation

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If you live within our Patient Catchment area, you can register online with
Dr Curran and Partners.

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Welcome to Dr Curran & Partners

We are an NHS Doctors Surgery and General Practice (GP) providing healthcare in Clapham, the London borough of Lambeth.

Our practice aims to improve the health of those living in the Clapham / Lambeth area, working closely with many local community services to achieve this.

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Multi Language

English, French, Catalan, Portuguese, Hindi, Gujarati, Afrikaans & Korean.

Dr Curran & Partners offers our services in multiple languages.

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Don't wait for it to get worse, ask your pharmacy team first. They can help with minor health concerns. Read more at nhs.uk/pharmacyadviceSugar swaps for kids. Help your child cut back with great sugar swap ideas and discover easy ways to make a swap when you next shopFriends and Family - Would you recommend Dr Curran & Partners?

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Health Websites

National and Local Health OrganisationsMy Health London - Your Health and Care ServicesHealthwatch lambethONE YOU: Making better choices today can have a big impact on your health.
South East London Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)Patient UKNHS 111: When it is less urgent than 999