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St Peters Street Medical Practice16 1/2 St.Peter's StreetIslington, London, N1 8JGTel: 020 7288 9320
We are following advice from NHS England that all patients must be triaged first before they can be seen. We are aware this has caused an increase in our phone traffic, we ask patients to be patient with us during this very busy time, or use the E-consult or Patient Access Service if they have access to the internet. Please think before you shout or abuse our staff, we are trying our best and do not tolerate abuse of any kind.
COVID Vaccine - We are contacting patients for their vaccines in line with Government guidance. Please be patient with the staff if they are unable to book you in, we have been assured there will be enough vaccines to off to all patients.
Bank Holiday Closures - please note we will be closed on Friday 2nd April and re-open Tuesday the 6th April at 08.00am. Patients can call the Practice number to be diverted to the Ihub service, or call 11 if you need urgent medical advice. If you need help in an emergency, please call 999.
As of 1 October, practices should signpost patients to ‘Your NHS Data Matters’ rather than using type 2 opt-out codes.
https://www.nhs.uk/your-nhs-data-matters/ (this link will open in a new window - popups must be allowed)