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Waldron Health Centre (Suite 2) , Amersham Vale , New Cross , London , SE14 6LD
Telephone: 020 3049 3080
Fax: 020 3049 3081


How to register at the practice

Accountable / Named GP for All Patients

All patients registered at The Clifton Rise Family Practice have a named doctor who has overall responsibility for your care and support. If you choose to see another doctor at the surgery you are entirely free to go on doing so exactly as before.

Registering with our Practice

We prefer to meet all our prospective patients weven if they have no current medical problems. New patients are welcome to register between 10.00am & 3.00pm Monday to Friday. Patients are requested to bring their medical card, if they have one and details of their previous G.P. although this is not essential. Patients when registered with the practice can express a preferred GP. Whilst we endeavour to accommodate the patient with their chosen G.P. it may not always be possible in an emergency.
We invite all prospective and new patients to make an appointment with us and would be pleased to answer any questions all patients are welcome to see the Doctor or Nurse for a review every 3 years. Patients who are over 75 are welcome to make an appointment with the Nurse for a yearly check up if they wish. 

New patient appointment

On completion of the appropriate forms, our staff can make an appointment for you with our Practice Nurse or with one of the GPs, if required.
As our Practice will not receive your previous medical records for several weeks, it is important that we obtain details of family and medical history, to enable us to provide necessary and appropriate care. If you require existing medication, we would ask you provide us with a copy of an old prescription. 

Disabled/Wheelchair Access

The Practice building complies with the current regulations for wheelchair access, with consulting rooms on the ground floor. Should there be the need for a visit to the upper floor a lift is available to patients. Disabled toilets are also available for the use of patients. 


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