For the latest Covid-19 advice please visit www.nhs.uk. If you think you may have Covid-19, have travelled to an affected area - please do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital. Use the NHS111 online service to find out what to do next
The practice will be open on Fri 10th and Mon 13th April from 8am–6.30pm. If you need an appointment or urgent advice, call the surgery and we will arrange for a GP to call you back. Due to COVID-19 we ask that patients do not come into the practice due to the risk of infection, so please call the practice first. After 6.30pm, if you have COVID-19 symptoms use NHS 111 at https://111.nhs.uk/covid-19/. Only call 111 if you can’t get help online.
We now offer virtual consultations by telephone, on video and online messaging to our GPs or nurses. No more taking time off work to see a doctor. Please register with our online platform Virtually and book your appointment virtually.healthcare
Great news! we are currently registering new patients living in North or Central London. Please visit the surgery with your medical card or NHS number or you can register online by completing the FP1 form and questionnaire. Once we have received your application we will give you a telephone call to tell you about Archway Medical Centre's services and will offer you an appointment to see the Health Care Assistant.
Online Pre-registration Form
Online Medical Questionnaire For New Patients
More GP appointments for Islington residents at evenings and weekends
If you live in Islington you can now access more evening and weekend appointments with a GP or nurse thanks to three primary care ‘hubs’ as part of the borough’s i:HUB service. To make an appointment you can call your GP practice during normal business hours and ask for an i:HUB appointment. If your practice is closed, you should call your usual practice number and your call will be answered by i:HUB staff who will be able to help you.
Self-referral is particularly suitable for people with relatively simple conditions such as joint pain, strains or other injuries.
If you have more complex needs – for example, you have movement problems caused by a stroke or multiple sclerosis (MS) – you may still need a referral from a doctor.
Supported employment for people with a health condition
Islington residents who are out of work and with a long term condition can volunteer to be referred by their GP for support from an employment specialist. Please ask your GP for further information.
We can arrange an interpreter to be present at your appointment if you request this in advanced. At short notice we can only arrange a telephone interpreter. Please ask at reception for further details.