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Upper Tooting Surgery

219 Upper Tooting Road, London SW17 7TG  020 3883 5600


Booking an Appointment


Surgeries are held throughout the day from 8.30am to 8 pm most days of the week.


Saturday morning surgeries are held from 9.30am - 12.30pm.


All sessions are arranged by appointment, which can be made by telephoning your surgery.


It is helpful with urgent problems if you can give the receptionist some information about the nature of the problem, although this does not affect your right to confidentiality.


If an appointment is made and for some reason is no longer required, we do ask that you phone to cancel the appointment. This will enable it to be used for another patient.


Appointments are booked at the NHS standard rate, which is 10 minutes per appointment. Longer appointments can be given at the doctor's discretion.


At your appointment the doctor will give you as long as is necessary to deal with your problem safely, but if you have multiple problems to discuss, s/he may ask you to book another appointment.


Please ensure that you arrive before your appointment time, as if you are even a little late it will delay every other patient after you.

Please ask to see the same doctor about ongoing medical problems. We will try to accomodate your choice of doctor, although you will appreciate that it is not always possible for emergency slots and during holiday periods.


Want To Book An Appointment Online?


Please click the button below in order to directly book appointments. This service requires you to register for it at the surgery. Please ask at reception regarding this.



Telephone Consultations


It is possible to book a telephone consultation with your d

octor or nurse, arranging a convenient time to ring them. This allows you to discuss a problem or results which may not need a face to face consultation and can save you having to take time off work. If you have a problem that is likely to need an examination - for instance a rash, cough, or abdominal pain, then a telephone consultation is not appropriate.


Text Reminders


Please ensure that you let us know when you change your contact details. We are able to send you a text message to remind you of your appointment if we have an up to date mobile telephone number.
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