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Practice moving to a new online system called PATCHS

We are pleased to announce that from the 8th of July we will be launching a new online service called PATCHS, this will replace our current provider eConsult. 

The new online consultation service offers a secure, simple, and flexible way for patients and carers to contact their GP practice - it will not replace face-to-face appointments, it is in addition to routine contact with Practices. This should not be used for emergencies when you should contact 999 or visit A&E.


By registering you will have easy access to a range of services from your computer or smartphone, including:


- reporting symptoms to your GP

- accessing health advice

Please look at the new registration page that will be added soon. 

For more information, please visit their website -



Appointments are now available online to book your cervical smear appointment. Cervical smear clinics will run every Thursday - 6-8 pm, with our Practice Nurse. If you want to use our online service, please contact reception.

For more information and FAQs regarding smears, please follow the below link


Mask and face coverings

Despite the relaxation of the rules on 24/02/2022, staff, patients, and visitors are still requested to wear a mask/face-covering in healthcare settings unless they are exempt.


Return to a walk-in service for UCLH X-ray GP Direct Access

As of Tuesday 1st February the X-ray GP Direct Access service for patients will return to a fully walk in service. Due to the current Covid situation, this will be reviewed every 2 weeks.

Request forms should be given to the patient to bring with them when they attend for their X-ray. The form must be signed with a wet signature, or state the GPs name AND GMC number. Request forms continue to have a 3 month expiration date.

Opening times for X-ray, Lower Ground Floor, UCH, 235 Euston Road for GP patients are as follows:

Ø  Mon – Fri  08:30 – 17:30

Ø  Less busy times for patients are Tuesdays and Thursdays  08:30- 17:30

Please inform your patients, they may now attend for their X-ray without the need for an appointment, but please be aware they may have to wait to be seen on their arrival if the department is busy.

For those patients that we have already received a referral for, a staff member will attempt to contact the patient and inform them to walk in for their X-ray. If a patient cannot be contacted, a letter will be sent to their address.

So from Feb UCLH imaging services will be:

Ø  CT, MRI, ultrasound and DEXA services at UCLH remain by appointment.

Ø  X ray walk-ins open Mon-Fri 8:30am-17:30

The patient must bring the request form with them when they attend. It must be signed with a wet signature, or state the GPs name AND GMC number.

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Dear patients,

Dr Peter Tabor will be leaving the practice on the 21st of January. Dr Tabor has been with the practice for many years and is a much-loved GP and member of the team at Fitzrovia Medical Centre.  We want to thank him for all his hard work and dedication to the practice, especially helping us to navigate through some challenging times during the pandemic. We wish Dr Tabor all the best in his future endeavors. 

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