Easter Bank Holiday Opening Times
The surgery will be closed on these days in March and April.
Friday 29th March 2024 and Monday 1st April 2024
If you are very unwell and you cannot wait until the surgery is open, please call NHS 111 and they can give you advice about what sort of care you need. They are also able to organize an emergency appointment or an ambulance if appropriate.
How to find Us
The Marylebone Health Centre is situated on the lower Ground floor of the Marylebone Parish church. The entrance is through the front doors situated at the right side of the front of the church and then down the internal staircase . There is also a lift which takes you to the basement floor. The surgery entrance is through the double doors and off the corridor to the right .
Due to the recent increase in Measles cases in London we are advising all patients between 1 and 18 years old to have the MMR vaccination if they have not already had it.
Please call reception to make an appointment with the nurse .
You can find further information by clicking on the links below.
A warm Marylebone welcome to Dr Foteini Tsipou
Who joins our GP team from 21.9.2023
Dr Tsipou will work with us every Thursday and Friday
URGENT ALERT about COVID and Flu vaccinations
NHS England detailed urgent changes to the autumn/winter flu and COVID-19 vaccination programmes in response to the BA2.86 COVID-19 variant risk.
- From 11 September 2023– covid vaccinations will be given to care home residents/staff and those who are housebound.
- 18 September 2023the National Booking Service (NBS) will become available to allow eligible people to book a COVID-19 vaccination online (using NHS.uk), via the NHS App or by calling 119. National COVID-19 vaccination National invitations will also start from 18 September. To book your COVID booster through the national booking service please visit Book, cancel or change a COVID-19 vaccination appointment – NHS (www.nhs.uk)
Local COVID vaccination sites will be set up to offer local services but we await further information about them
We are due to receive our flu vaccines 18th sept and will start to invite in the following order:
70 years and overs, then 65-69, then at risk all ages and then 50-64year olds who are not at risk
children aged 2-3 can have the flu nasal spray by Nurse Karen or Nurse Kelly -older children unless high risk should have at school
You can have your flu vaccine given to you by a GP or Nurse if you already have an appointment booked from 18th September-Just let the GP/Nurse know when you attend
You do not need to make a separate appointment
You can also have your Flu and COVID vaccine at the same time if you attend a national or local Vaccination centre.
and they will tell us when you do so no need to call and inform us
You can have your Flu vaccine with your local pharmacy if this is easier for you
If you do NOT want a flu vaccine, please let us know by PATCH’S or Email to save us having to contact you
We sadly say goodbye to the wonderful Dr Tom Mtandabari who leaves MHC end August. Thank you Dr Tom for kindness and care over the last 20 years and whilst you will be missed we send good wishes for all your future endeavours
We are now using a new telephone system and all telephone calls are recorded. If you would like to discuss this please let me know
J Creaser- Practice Manager