Stovell House Surgery

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Routine appointments with the Doctors & Nurses should be made in advance by telephoning 020-8654 1427, or by calling in at the Surgery.

While we always try our best to accommodate all requests, with over 7,000 patients, it can be difficult at times.If you are unable to attend an appointment, please let us know as soon as possible so your appointment can be given to someone else. 

We now have the facility to book appointments online - please contact reception to start accessing this service.

Home Visits 

If you are too ill to visit the Surgery, a home visit can be requested. Please remember that home visits are time-consuming and it is always better to come to the Surgery if at all possible.

Please try to request home visits before 11am. 

To speak to a Doctor 

 Please telephone during morning Surgery and book a telephone consultation, these are only booked in the mornings.  

To speak to a Nurse

Please ring the surgery between 12.30pm – 1pm   

No telephone calls will be taken after 1pm

If your case is urgent, you will be given an appointment the
same day or, if necessary, a home visit will be arranged.
 The phone lines are open from 8.00am to 6.30pm.

Other information

  • Let us know if more than one person in the family needs to be seen. We can give you a longer appointment if necessary


  • Appointments are 10 minutes long, should you have a few items to discuss please book a double appointment.


  • Tell us if you want someone to accompany you during an examination or a private room to discuss any matters. Remember that the results of tests can only be given to the patient