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You can now send secure electronic messages from your computer or mobile device to your named GP.  This is via the Patient Access website or app. Your named GP will respond to your message within 2 working days. 

We hope that patients will find this a convenient way to access advice and healthcare from the surgery. Please do not use it for urgent medical requests. 

A video demonstrating how to use this service can be seen here.

More details about this and other online patient services can be found in the ONLINE SERVICES section of this website.



Patient Participation Group


We have an active Patient Participation Group that has been running since 2007. We meet on a quarterly basis in order to review and discuss changes to both the services that we offer, or plan to commission.  We also discuss changes happening outside of the surgery, but within NHS Islington, and how these might impact on patient care.

The patient group has played a key role in the development of our appointments system, have reviewed and changed the website, alongside reviewing Patient comments made on various feedback routes.  

Here are copies of our constitution and terms of reference: -



We are always looking for new members to join the group. Should you be interested please contact the Practice Manager.  If you feel that you are unable to attend regular meetings but would like to participate via email, please leave your email address at reception.  

In our next meeting will take place in November 2017 and the Group will discuss relevant topics and points raised by patients.


January 2016 PPG Minutes

PPPG Minutes 20 Apr 2016

If you feel unable to attend meetings but are interested in the Patient Participation Forum, please feel free to leave your email details at reception to be added to the circulation list 

PPPG Annual Report 2014/2015

Annex D to PPPG Report

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