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  • Cervical Smears
  • Diabetic
  • Asthma
  • Coronary Heart Disease
  • Well Person
  • Child Immunisation
  • Holiday Vaccinations (see Travel Vaccinations tab for details)
  • Blood Pressure Clinic
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Weight Management
  • Minor Surgery - Injections and Aspirations
  • Child Health Surveillance
  • Spirometry
  • Antenatal
  • Minor Surgery - Injections and Aspirations

Medical Examinations

E.g. HGV Drivers, Life Insurance, Sports Medicals etc.

Please contact receptionists who will advise you.

SAR or subject access

Requests for medical records must be put into writing and you can do this via completing a Subject Access Request (SAR) form. These requests can take up to one month to be processed and we will need to see valid photo ID before giving you the record.

For adults, only the person whose medical record the request for information is regarding will be provided with this, unless we have written and signed consent from that person who has also shown ID to say otherwise.

For children under the age of 11, the legal parent or guardian can request access to the child's record via the same form. We will need to see photo ID of the parent or guardian only, unless we have written and signed consent from that person who has also shown ID to say otherwise.

For children over the age of 11, the legal parent or guardian can request access to the child's record via the same form but the child will need to sign this form to consent for the record to be shared.

SAR or subject access request forms can be printed by clicking here: SAR request

Fees

Some work is considered to be non-NHS work meaning it is non compulsory for the Practice to complete and can come with a charge.

If you are a patient of the Practice and wish for some Non-NHS work to be completed then please do let us know. Put details of your request in writing, preferably via eConsult.

We will then confirm if this work can be done and if it will come with any charge.

Latest charges for non-NHS work

Bexley Stop Smoking Service

Bexley Stop Smoking Service is available to anyone who wants to stop smoking and who has a Bexley GP. They provide free, friendly and effective practical support as well as offering the full range of evidence-based smoking cessation medications. They also advise on vaping and can direct you to local Vape Shops.

For more information visit www.smokefreebexley.co.uk or call them on 0800 783 2514

Greenwich and Bexley Bereavement Help Point

The Greenwich & Bexley Bereavement Help Point is here to help people through bereavement. They can help anyone living in Greenwich or Bexley who needs advice or support. The Help Point is a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. They can offer emotional support and help you find appropriate practical support. The Help Point is a joined-up offer of support. The professionals you speak to will be able to direct you to the best organisation for you. Click here to access

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