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Amersham Vale Practice

Suite 5 - Waldron Health Centre
Amersham Vale
New Cross
London
SE14 6LD
Telephone: 020 3049 3600
Fax: 020 3049 3601

Waldron Health Centre Services


The Amersham Vale Training Practice is a GP practice located in the Waldron Health Centre. The Waldron Health Centre also provides a wide range of community services available to anyone living in the surrounding area or registered with any local practice.

These services include reproductive and sexual health (family planning), rapid HIV testing, antenatal care, phlebotomy (blood samples), district nursing and health visiting, leg ulcer clinic, sickle cell care, enuresis (bed wetting) clinic, community dentistry, podiatry (foot health care), smoking cessation groups, speech and language therapy, community diabetes team and school nursing.

Please ask at the main Waldron reception for details or phone 020 3049 3400.


Health Visitors:

The health visitors provide health visitor clinics in suite 1 on the ground floor on Tuesdays 1-3pm and Wednesdays 1.00 -3.00pm. Phone 020 3049 3530.


Midwives:

Midwives from Lewisham and St Thomas’s Hospital provide antenatal clinics in suite 1 on the ground floor of the Waldron Health Centre. 
Guys and St Thomas’s midwives: 020 3049 3734.
Lewisham Hospital midwives: 020 3049 3740


Reproductive and sexual health clinic:

This is in suite 8 on the second floor and is open daytime and evenings. Phone 020 3049 3500 for information and appointments. This offers a wide range of contraceptive advice including long acting contraception. It also provides pregnancy testing, sexually transmitted infections testing and advice.


District Nurses:

Your GP can arrange for the district nurse to visit you at home when necessary to help with the following:

  • Dressings And Injections
  • Diabetes care for housebound
  • Care of the chronically sick, elderly or terminally ill
  • Advice on incontinence and the supply of pads
  • Advice on other agencies that may be able to provide help in the home
  • Blood tests for people who are housebound

Patients can also self refer to district nurses. Phone 020 3049 3000.



Blood Tests (Phlebotomy):

There is a phlebotomy service at the centre. Appointments have to be booked. Please enquire at main reception downstairs about this service. 020 3049 3400. Blood tests are by appointment only and are available from 7 – 11am Monday to Friday.


Breast feeding cafe:

There is a breastfeeding cafe to provide practical and emotional support for breast feeding mothers on Thursdays 10am to 12 noon. Phone 020 3049 3438
Enquire at main reception for details.


Podiatry (foot health):

Suite 9, second floor. Phone 020 3049 3402.


Stop smoking team:

Suite 7, second floor 0800 0820 388


 

 
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