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What every parent needs to know about sepsis

The National Diabetes Audit

Please click here to see what this means to you  


Please take a look at our website. The website is regularly updated with any surgery news or changes taking place. We include information regarding common health conditions, how to self care as well as the ability to book appointments and order your repeat medications. Please use our website to it's full potential and all we have to offer.

From 3rd April 2018 you can self-refer to Crystal Palace Physio by calling 01689 887710

Click here for more details

NHS Breast Screening - Click here and below to help you decide

An easy guide to Breast Screening

1 in 3 women who get breast cancer are over 70

Be Breast aware

Do you know someone who has had a stroke? 

Click here for help and advice

Self-Care with over the counter products - Last year in Bromley we spent over £2 million on prescriptions for self care products available over the counter. Please click here for more information.

This GP Practice no longer routinely prescribes medicines which are available to purchase over the counter in pharmacies, supermarkets or other shops.


This exciting service allows Bromley patients access to a GP

7 days per week

where the GP has full access to their GP records. 

This allows a full GP experience, with consultations which allow for the latest results and reports to be viewed, your problems to be addressed and referrals to be made on behalf of your registered family doctor.  

This service is available:

Monday to Friday4pm - 8 pm
Saturdays and Sundays8am - 8pm

We currently have three Hubs as follows:

  1. Cator Medical Centre (Beckenham Beacon)
  2. Crown Medical Centre (Bromley)
  3. Poverest Road Medical Centre (Orpington) 


All appointments are pre-booked by contacting your registered Bromley GP, who can offer you an appointment at one of the three above hubs. 

Do you know who your 'named' GP is?

Every patient has a 'named' GP determined by the first letter of their surname (please see below to find out who your named GP is). 

Even though every patient is free to book with the GP of their choice, it is felt that continuity is very beneficial to the patient so please try and book with your named GP as much as possible.

Dr Asha Chagarlamudi 

A and all Regency Court patients

Dr Savi Wijayatilake   


Dr Kiran Chandan                    

G,H,I,J,K,L   W,X,Y,Z

Dr Edward Foulkes


Dr Chandima Sriwardhana




The Electronic Prescription Service (EPS)

If you get regular prescriptions, the Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) may be able to save you time by avoiding unnecessary trips to your GP. EPS makes it possible for your prescriptions to be sent electronically to the pharmacy or dispenser of your choice. Please click here for more details...

Patient Access

Did you know that you can now book or cancel your GP appointment online, as well as reordering your repeat prescription,  using Patient Access?

Click here to find out more..

Click here now to register..

Already registered?  Click here..

Once registered we just ask you to bring in some photo I.D. and proof of address to fully activate your registration.

However if you cannot legitimately produce any of these documentation, you still may be able to be registered; please speak to reception when you come in.

Once your account is fully activated you will be able to order your repeat prescriptions and book further appointments on-line. This will also allow you to have access to your summary history which includes past medications, allergies and adverse reactions.



Have you heard of iWantGreatCare?  This website enables you to leave feedback about your experiences at our Practice.  Your feedback is very important to us as this will help us to improve our service and the care that we provide.

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