PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT PATIENTS ARE CURRENTLY UNABLE TO BOOK OR CANCEL APPOINTMENTS ONLINE. UNFORTUNATELY WE HAVE HAD TO DISABLE THIS SERVICE DUE TO AN IT ERROR OUTSIDE OUR CONTROL, WHICH IS CURRENTLY UNDER INVESTIGATION BY OUR IT CLINICAL SYSTEM SUPPLIER. WE WILL ENDEAVOUR TO GET THIS SERVICE UP AND RUNNING AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. WE SINCERELY APOLOGISE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.
50 Chatfield Road London SW11 3UJ
Tel: 020 3764 0822 Fax: 020 7978 4550
We are committed to patient centred care using the best medicine and technology, whilst caring for you with compassion and understanding.
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Chatfield Health Care provides family doctor services for people living in Clapham Junction, West Battersea and Wandsworth. We occupy purpose-built premises with full disabled access, designed to facilitate the best possible primary health care in this area.
Our team consists of ten doctors and a GP registrar, four practice nurses and two health care assistants, supported by our dedicated reception and admin team. We also have physiotherapists, podiatrists, psychotherapists and addiction counsellors offering services from our building, in addtion to an ultrasound service. Each patient has their own named GP allocated to them to maximise continuity of care. If you don't know who yours is or have a preference to which GP is allocated to you, please contact the surgery.
We are located just off York Road, not far from Wandsworth Bridge a and provide care for a patient population of just over 11,000. The practice is part of Wandsworth CCG. We supply services in accordance with a Personal Medical Services (PMS) contract held with NHS England.
A full list of local General Practices can be found on the NHS Choices website. Chatfield Health Care follows national and local best practice guidelines, including the NICE guidelines.
Please be aware that as of April 1st 2017 we will ask any patient who has failed to attend an appointment on three separate occasions during a period of twelve months, to make their next appointments in person at the surgery. There are over 200 appointments unattended monthly which could have been offered to others and despite our efforts, this figure has not reduced. We hope that patients will undertstand that this is in the best interest of our practice and patients.