At the Shrewsbury Road Surgery the doctors and the nursing team take pride in offering the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare. We run many clinics for chronic disease care and offer a wide variety of other medical services.

We offer:

  • Cytology
  • Vaccinations/Immunisations (Children and Adults)
  • Travel Vaccinations
  • Contraceptive Advice
  • Maternity Services
  • Child Health Surveillance
  • ECG Clinic
  • Diabetic Clinics
  • Minor Surgery Procedures
  • Mental Health Services
  • Influenza Clinics (October – January)
  • NHS Health Check and Primary Prevention Clinics

For advice on how to access the services, please ask at reception.

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Clinics and Services

Asthma Clinic

We offer an Asthma clinic every Wednesday morning – By appointment only.

Child Health Clinic

Alternate Thursday afternoon – By appointment only

Covid Vaccination

Get information about COVID-19 vaccination, who can get it, and safety and side effects

Learn more about COVID-19 vaccinations on the NHS website

Diabetic Clinic

Monday to Friday – By appointment only.

ECG Clinic

Alternate Monday and Friday morning – By appointment only.

Flu Vaccination

Find information about the flu jab, including who should have it, why and when

Learn more about our flu vaccination program at the surgery

or Learn more about flu vaccinations on the NHS website

Health Visitor

The health visitor is available for advice on a variety of issues including weaning, breast feeding, immunisation, child care, family concerns.

The health visitor can be contacted on 020 8586 5161 or 020 8565 5048.

Immunisation Clinic

All childhood vaccinations are provided by appointment on Monday afternoons.

Many potentially fatal childhood diseases have been virtually eradicated in the UK due to the availability of vaccination. It is nonetheless very important that babies and children are fully immunised. Reminders are sent out by the surgery.

Learn more about childhood vaccinations


The midwives are actively involved in antenatal and postnatal care and can be contacted on 020 3182 1000 at St. Stephen’s Midwifery Group Practice.

Minor Surgery

Every Tuesday morning – By appointment only.

New Patient Screening

Monday to Friday – By appointment only.

NHS Health Check

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday afternoon – By appointment only.

Over 75s

If you are a senior patient and would like an annual check please contact the surgery for an appointment.

Secondary Care Treatment

Patients who are not entitled to NHS treatment may be charged at the secondary care rate.

Social Prescribing

Many things affect your health and well-being. GPs tell us, that a lot of people visit them feeling isolated lonely or stressed out by; work, money, and housing problems.

These are issues that can't be fixed by doctors and medicine alone. At its most basic a Social Prescription offers the kind of help that doesn't come in a tube or a bottle. The idea behind Social Prescribing is to help you have more control over your healthcare and find ways to manage your needs in a way that suits you.

Watch this short video or read the full transcript below.


What is social prescribing?

There are lots of different ways of providing Social Prescribing Services. It often starts with a conversation, perhaps with a Link Worker, a Support Broker, or a Community Navigator. They are there to listen to you and put you in touch with whatever you might need to feel better.

That might mean being introduced to a community group, a new activity or a local club. It could be legal advice, or volunteers to help around the house. It might just be information and guidance, a bit of inside knowledge on your situation and what local resources there are available. It could even be some support in how to create something new.

Studies show that individuals with social prescriptions get better and feel better faster than those treated with medicine alone and because it works it's happening more and more.

Talk to your doctor health professional or local authority today to find out how it can work for you.

Free Vitamin D for 60s and over

If you are a Newham resident aged 60 or over, you can get free vitamin D supplements to help you stay healthy.

You can collect from our surgery:

Day Opening hours
Monday 3pm to 5pm
Tuesday 3pm to 5pm
Wednesday 3pm to 5pm
Thursday 3pm to 5pm
Friday 3pm to 5pm
Saturday 10am to 11am
Sunday Closed

To find out more, speak to us, visit your local library, or visit Newham London website

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