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Brocklebank Health Centre

The Brocklebank Health Centre provides a wide range of health services for people living in Wandsworth. It also runs specialist clinics for children and pregnant women.

Any Wandsworth resident can contact the health centre for advice.

If you wish to register with the GP practice situated in the building (Brocklebank Group Practice) you need to contact them specifically to check that you live within their catchment area. You will then have to complete their registration process. You can only be registered at one GP practice, so if you register with the GP Practice here you will be deregistered from any previous practice (this does not apply if you attend the Out of Hours Service).

Clinics include:

  • Blood tests
  • Breast screening
  • Cardiovascular risk screening
  • Cervical cancer screening
  • Child development
  • Chiropody
  • Contraception and family planning
  • Joint injections
  • Long term conditions: high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma, epilepsy, dementia, stroke, heart disease
  • Maternity care
  • Men's health
  • Minor surgery
  • Psychological counselling
  • Smoking cessation
  • Weight management
  • Vaccinations
  • Women's health

These services aim to:

  • provide support and care for each individual and their family;
  • promote healthy lifestyles; and
  • provide up to date health information.

To use some of these services you will need to have a referral letter from your doctor or health visitor.

Please contact the Brocklebank Health Centre for more information

Who to contact

Telephone
E-mail
BBGP.admin@nhs.net
Website
www.brocklebank-practice.co.uk
Parent Organisation
St George's Healthcare NHS Trust

Where to go

Name
Brocklebank Health Centre
Address
249, Garratt Lane
London
Postcode
SW18 4DU
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Local Offer

Description

What is Wandsworth’s Local Offer ?

  • To attend the health clinic, you must live in the practice area and register with a GP there.
  • To use some of the services at the clinic you will need to have a referral letter from your doctor or health visitor.
  • Anyone can contact the health centre for health advice

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