GP–led, seven–days–a–week service, opens at Charing Cross Hospital

Posted on October 19, 2009. Filed under: News stories | Tags: |

Wellbeing Newsline | 19 October 2009

Edited by Nick Adams: Local residents in West London should benefit from easier access to GPs and emergency medical care since a new 24–hour health centre opened at Charing Cross Hospital recently.

The Fulham Centre for Health works alongside the emergency department to provide urgent care for people with minor injuries and illnesses. In addition, it functions like a conventional GP surgery and offers registration to local residents with appointments available between 8am and 8pm, seven–days–a–week. 

Because the Centre is located on a hospital site it can provide quicker access to diagnostic services, such as X–rays. It joins the Hammersmith Centre for Health, opened in April this year, to provide GP and out–of–hour’s services. 

Visit Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust online at: www.imperial.nhs.uk.

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