Select language

Visiting us

Our reception is open:
Mon – Tue 8:00am to 8:00pm – (calls after 6.30pm are diverted to out of hours service)
Wed – Fri 8:00am to 6:30pm – (calls after 6.30pm are diverted to out of hours service)
Sat 9:00am to 5:00pm ( calls after 1pm will be diverted to the out of hours service)

Cancel an appointment

If you can no longer make your
appointment, please let us know.Tel: 020 7538 0833 or email


From 1st October 2022 , you will be able to access primary care services on Saturdays, and in the evenings on weekdays. This will be for routine as well as urgent care.

Appointments will be available at the following GP Practices in the neighbourhood (you do not need to be registered with the practice in order to attend these appointments):

Monday: St. Paul’s Way Medical Centre (18:30-20:00), City Square (18:30-20:00), Goodmans Fields (18:30-22:00), Jubilee Street (18:30-19:30)

Tuesday: St. Paul’s Way Medical Centre (18:30-20:00), Wapping (18:30-19:30), Jubilee Street (18:30-19:30)

Wednesday: Strouts Place: (18:30-20:00), St Stephen’s (18:30-22:00), Wapping (18:30-19:30), Harford (18:30-20:00), Jubilee Street (18:30-19:30)

Thursday: Harley Grove (18:30-22:00), Wapping (18:30-19:30), Cable Street (18:30-22:00), Jubilee Street (18:30-19:30)

Friday: Suttons Wharf (18:30-22:00), Jubilee Street (18:30-19:30)

Saturday: St. Paul’s Way Medical Centre (09:00-17:00), Harley Grove (09:00-17:00), Goodman’s Field (19:00-17:00), Strouts Place Medical Centre (09:00-17:00), Suttons Wharf Health Centre (09:00-17:00) (From November)

To book an appointment, please contact your GP Practice like you normally would.


NHS Polio Vaccine 

Help protect your child from polio

Book a free vaccine now: or contact the surgery on 0207  538 0833

New method for online consultations from Monday 1st August 2022

From Monday 1st August 2022, we will be using a new online consultation service for you to contact us for medical or admin requests. Many patients told us the existing method is lengthy and time consuming, so this new form is very simple, with only a few questions about your request. Submitting your requests online is vital for us to be able to offer as many patients the correct care, and increase our capacity to meet demand.

Please access the new form from Monday 1st August 2022, by clicking ‘Online Consultation’ on the home page of the website.

GP CPCS (Community Pharmacist Consultation Service)

We are participating in a new approach to improve access for patients to GP appointments. The aim is to direct patients to the most appropriate healthcare professional, which may be a GP or a pharmacist. From 1st May 2022, if your symptoms could be resolved by a booked consultation with the pharmacist instead of the GP, you will be given a same-day referral to a pharmacy of your choice. We think this is a good thing. Once you see how great your local pharmacist is – they are highly trained and skilled clinicians experienced in treating minor illnesses – we don’t think you’ll look back. This will also help us to free up GP appointments for people with more complex health needs and ensure that everyone gets treated at the right time, by the right healthcare professional

Find the answers to Frequently Asked Questions about this service

Proof of vaccination

We are unable to issue certificates at the practice. To prove you have been vaccinated, you will need the NHS App.
Find out more

St Paul’s Way is seeking a new health care provider

The current provider at St Paul’s Way Medical Centre is MEEBBB Health CIC. The contract with MEEBBB Health CIC expires on 30th September 2022.
Find out more

Watch our YouTube Channel

Find out about the practice, meet the team and learn more about our community on our YouTube Channel.
Find out more