Apart from the usual GP, nurse and healthcare assistant clinics we offer a range of other clincial services for our patients.

Baby clinic is for WELL babies only. Sick children should not be brought to this clinic as they may infect other babies. If your child is unwell please book an appointment in the normal way.

This is run by one of the Doctors, a Practice Nurse and a Health Visitor on a Tuesday afternoon. The Doctor carries out Development and Antenatal checks and appointments for these must be booked in advance through Reception.  The Practice Nurse carries out childhood immunisations – again appointments should be booked in advance through Reception.  The Health Visitor comes to the clinic on the first and third weeks of the month.  The Health Visitor is available for advice on all aspects of child and antenatal care.  There is also a facility for weighing your baby.  There is no need to book an appointment to see the Health Visitor.  Please bring your Red Book to the clinic.

Please make sure that you have registered your baby before you come to the clinic.

2 types of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) are available, Low intensity (guided self help) or high intensity. There are also group sessions available in the area. Patients must be resident in SW1 and examples of the sort of problems that can be treated are anxiety and depression.
The service can be accessed by GP referral or Self referral.
Please self refer by calling 030 3333 0000 or emailing

Referral – You can self refer by requesting an appointment from the Millbank Reception Team or by calling the main Citizens Advice Bureau number, 08444771611. Please let the service know that you would like to be seen at Millbank Medical Centre and they will arrange this with us. There is a fortnightly service at the Surgery.

Please see this link for further information on the services available.

In addition to the Health Care Assistant there is a smoking cessation advisor who can advise on all aspects of smoking cessation.

This service provides support to patients with multiple complex health and social needs. A multi-disciplinary group of professionals meet fortnightly to support patients to help them stay healthier in their own home and prevent recurrent hospital admission.

The professionals include GPs, community matron, district nurses, adult social services, adult mental health, environmental health and a care coordinator. They put together a tailored health plan for each patient.

Referral to this service is through the GP.

If your GP has referred you for a blood test you can attend the phlebotomy service at the surgery.

Blood tests can be taken at the Practice on a Tuesday and Friday morning between 8am and 12.30pm.  This is a walk-in service.  Please bring your blood test request form and book in on reception when you arrive

The community pharmacist holds weekly clinics at the surgery.  He is able to assist with all aspects of medication management.  Referral to this service is via a GP

Dermatology and Neurology clinics are available at the Surgery with a GP.  Referrals to these services are via a GP