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Statham Grove Surgery

Mission Statement

"We aim to provide efficient, comprehensive and accessible health care to our local community and to help patients to achieve the best state of health possible.  We will work towards this as a team, respecting the needs and beliefs of patients and staff without discrimination, in a supportive and friendly environment.  We will encourage everyone to feel a sense of responsibility for our aims by valuing their opinions and contributions.  We will promote job satisfaction and personal development for each member of the practice, and value our wider roles in training, research and health service policy.  We undertake to view ourselves objectively and to learn from our experience."

Telephone consultations and nurse appointments

  • We are open for consultations, nurse appointments and immunisations.
  • You will have to telephone and speak to us first for all appointments
  • Many appointments will be booked for a telephone or video consultation in the first instance.
  • We are unable to offer all our routine services and referrals, please telephone us for further information. 
  • We have separated areas for babies and parents for baby health check and immunisations.
  • Please make sure you come in for your babies immunisations, telephone to make your appointment, our receptionists will let you know how to attend your appointment in the safest way possible.

Try the NHS App

If you’re a patient at our practice you can now use the new NHS App, a simple and secure way to access a range of NHS services on your smartphone or tablet.

You can use the NHS App to check your symptoms and get instant advice, book appointments, order repeat prescriptions, view your GP medical record and more.

If you already use Patient Access you can continue to use it. You can use the NHS App as well.

For more information go to 

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Helpful notes when trying to access our services

Test Results – Please call after 10.00am as the phones will be less busy after this time

Urgent appointments – Please phone or come to the surgery from 8.00am in the morning to book for an urgent appointment. At present all appointments will be via a telephone consultation with a doctor and you will be booked for a face to face if required.

New Registrations – Please bring back your completed forms between 10.00am and 5.00pm as the process can take some time. Please note we will be unable to register you if there is only one member of staff at the desk and you may be asked to come back at another time if this is the case. – please feel free to phone to arrange a time to come for this purpose

Repeat prescriptions - Please allow 48 hours for processing. Please do not phone for repeat prescriptions. We have now moved to electronic prescribing which means you can order your repeat prescriptions online via the NHS app or Patient Access, via your local pharmacy or via the scripts request desk in reception. At the present time as we try to limit unnecessary visits to the practice, please try to request scripts online or via your local nominated pharmacy.

Statham Grove Practice Walk

Sadly, due to the current pandemic, the walk has had to be postponed for the time being. However, Hackney Council with the guidance of local expert Sean Gubbins has devised a range of local walks of interest throughout Hackney.

Sean has used his knowledge and creativity to offer self-led history focused walks to do in your permitted daily exercise during the current lockdown. The routes are snippets of Walk Hackney’s walks, devised and led by Sean Gubbins since 2002.  

To relieve pressure on the parks at this time, these routes are largely through local streets. Please remember to:

● Keep to the 2-metre social distancing from people you pass by;

● Take care crossing roads - use controlled crossings where possible.

To view these walks please visit - 


(Site updated 05/08/2020)
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