Our Outreach Clinics
As a practice, we believe in providing the best care to our patients. In Deptford, we have a huge deprived population who do not have easy access to health care, so we offer extended support to those that need help, but not sure how.
Together We Make A Difference
We are proud to share the extra support we offer as a practice
We run a drop-in clinic to those that sleep rough in the heart of Deptford
Located at 999 Club, 21 Deptford Broadway, London SE8 4PA
Wednesday mornings 9am - 12pm
We are able to offer: help, advice, treatment and referrals to onward services, you do not have to be registered with us to use this service.
Run by our highly experienced Advanced Nurse Practitioner Gail Budgen, who has a keen interest in working with those who sleep rough to give them the max help and assistance to their medical needs.
We happily support Asylum Seekers who arrive in the Deptford area.
Offering them a safe place and providing them with help, advice, treatment and referrals to onward services.
We are a Safe Surgery Practice
Which means we do not ask for proof of ID / proof of address / and we do not ask about your immigration or visa status upon registering.
We also have access to interpreters
Our Health Inequality GP Dr Camille Hirons leads on this clinic.
Drug & Alcohol Support
We work alongside of Human Kind Charity to offer patients who need support with Drug and Alcohol abuse a safe space.
Clinics held within our practice on a weekly basis.
Run by a Human Kind Chairty's Drug and Alcohol specialist and our GP Partner Dr Magda Branker
Goldsmiths University Students
We are the lead GP practice for Goldsmiths University Students
We are proud to have provided support to Goldsmith's students for the past 6 years and will be for the following 5 years ahead (until 2028)
We run two Goldsmiths only clinics so students can get the help and support when they need it
This is run by our two GP partners Dr Magda Branker and Dr Sam Wessely with amazing admin support with Keanu Michaels.
Clinics run 3 times a week
These clinics are for:
- Medical Evidence
- Disability Forms
- Extenuating Circumstances
- Mental health support
What is Extenuating Circumstances?
If you have health issues that will stop you from studying, you can apply for Reasonable Adjustments. You will need a doctor to complete the form on your behalf. This is free to Goldsmith's students only.
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