Appointments

Non-urgent advice: Notice

Please do not come to the surgery if are suffering from coronavirus symptoms.

NHS 111 has an online coronavirus service that can tell you if you need medical help and advise you what to do. If you feel your symptoms are worsening or not improving, please call 111.

Non-urgent advice: Important Information regarding appointments at Gables Surgery during the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic

COVID-19-Vaccination-Programme | North East London Health & Care Partnership (eastlondonhcp.nhs.uk) – for important up to date information regarding the Covid-19 vaccination programme in this area.

Due to the on-going coronavirus pandemic, in order to protect our patients and staff, all GP appointments will be offered as telephone or video consultations in the first instance. If the GP feels there is a clinical need for you to be seen after your initial telephone or video consultation, they will arrange a follow-up face to face appointment for you.

Face to face appointments are available with our Nurses. If you need to, or if you have been advised to make an appointment with a Nurse, then please speak to reception.

We advise patients to use our online services where possible to access practice services, to avoid waiting on the phone and to help keep lines free for those who cannot access us online such as the elderly or vulnerable.

eConsult – (A New Online Service – NOW LIVE)

From 03/04/2020, Gables Surgery now has a new online service to allow patients to access the practice for advice and help. eConsult is free to use for all patients. Patients can use eConsult to ask the GP about your health symptoms, conditions or treatment. You can even request things like sick notes and GP letters.

The eConsult system is easy to use. You simply have to explain your symptom, condition or request, fill out a quick form and submit. The practice will then respond by phone or email, usually by the end of the next working day.

To submit an eConsult request, please click on the eConsult pop up banner appearing now on this website, or alternatively PLEASE CLICK HERE to submit a new eConsult.

Please note: If you feel your condition is urgent then please call 111, or in an emergency please call 999.

Try eConsult Today!