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Welcome to Brookgreen Surgery

Brook Green is a NHS General Practice situated between Hammersmith and Kensington in a converted Edwardian House overlooking Brook Green. We take pride in being a small and friendly practice, and in offering the best possible service to our patients without compromising the personal touch. We are committed to the development of Primary Care and value our roles as a service provider to our community. In order that we may be able to provide a service to the community which is holistic in its approach, we specialise in any many areas. We do, however have special interests which include Diabetes, mental health, maternity services, teaching, minor surgery medical history and all other aspects of primary care. Read More..


  • Small, friendly Practice

  • Rated 'Good' at CQC inspection (Dec 2015)

  • Can see the same doctor/nurse on each visit

  • Accessible, with early and late appointments.

  • Telephone consultations, walk-in clinic,

    emergency and booked appointments

  • Commuter Appointments available Thursday

    7-8am, Monday, Tuesday & Friday 6.30-8.30pm and

    Wednesday from 6.30-7.30pm.


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For more information please visit our online services page

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The NHS Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) means

we can now send prescriptions instantly to any

pharmacy of your choice. 

You'll enjoy some great benefits with EPS:

  • No paper prescriptions: You won't have to worry about
  • keeping track of bits of paper.
  • Convenient locations close to where you live, work or shop
  • Times to suit you many pharmacies. 

 Please visit our Prescription page for more details. Read More





New Phlebotomy appointments to take blood samples being offered on Monday, Thursday and Friday
being offered on Monday, Thursday and Friday
The government are planning to automatically extract patient data from GP records. Your date of birth, full postcode, NHS Number and gender rather than your name will be used to link your records in a secure system, managed by the HSCIC. Once this information has been linked, a new record will be created. This new record will not contain information that identifies you. The type of information shared, and how it is shared, is controlled by law and strict confidentiality rules. This data is intended only to be used purposes related to research and improving healthcare outcomes. If you are happy for your information to be used then you do not need to do anything. We do not recommend that you opt out, however you may choose to do so. To help you make an informed choice you can visit this website to find more information, or download a leaflet here. If you have decided to opt out of the process is straightforward. If you opt-out now you can opt-in at any time in the future if and when you are happy to, and at a time of your choosing. There is no "official" opt-out form but you can collect a leaflet from reception or download it here . Complete this and either hand it in at reception or post or fax it to: Brook Green Surgery 15 Brook Green London W6 7BL Fax: 020 3311 5335 We will then add two opt-codes (9Nu0 and 9Nu4) to your notes which will prevent your data from being extracted. You may also decide to opt-out your children, or those for whom you have parental responsibility. Alternatively you can write a letter to your surgery (giving full name(s) and DOBs and address) stating that you wish to opt-out of You should not need to: · make an appointment with your GP · arrange to see your GP surgery's practice manager · Ring your GP or GP surgery If you go through this process for opting out you can assume that we will have taken the appropriate actions. However if you do require confirmation please leave your mobile telephone number and we will text this to you.
The Friends and Family Test (FFT) is a new feedback tool available from 1st December 2014 that supports the fundamental principle that people who use NHS services should have the opportunity to provide feedback on their experience that can be used to improve services. It is not a traditional survey. It is a continuous feedback loop between patients and the surgery. The following principles apply:
  • The results will be available to the public and patients to inform individual patient decisions and choices.
  • Patients can feedback via FFT after each experience of a practice’s service if they wish via our website or paper copies in the surgery. FFT Survey
  • The process is simple for practices, patients & NHS England
  • The FFT is continuous, it is not a one off, traditional survey, or a scheduled feedback tool
  • The patient’s response is anonymous




(Site updated 10/11/2017)
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