When the practice is closed, should you require medical advice or need to see a GP, Please use the below services.
FOR URGENT MEDICAL ATTENTION PLEASE RING 999
NHS 111 is a medical advice line with trained professionals who can advice you on medical advice you require.
GP Extended HUB Services
You also have access to the HUB services. These services are listed below with their opening time and contact details.
The HUB Services is by appointment only. To be booked the appointment when the surgery is closed please RING 111
Willesden Centre for Health Care Hub
Mon to Fri 16:00-20:00;
Roundwood Park Medical Centre
Ground floor, Willesden Centre for Health & Care
Buses: 206 or 226
Nearest Tube: Willesden Green Tube Station (Jubilee)
Central Middlesex Hospital Hub
Mon to Fri 16:00–20:00;
Sat – 10:00-14:00
Park Royal Medical Practice
Hospital Acton Lane
Buses: 187, 224, 226, 228, 260, 440, and 487
Nearest Tube: Harlesden station (Bakerloo)
Mon to Fri 16:00–20:00
The Stag Holyrood Practice
82 Stag Lane
Buses: 302, 114, 606
Nearest Tube: Burnt Oak (Northern) is 11min away by bus
Mon to Fri 16:00–20:00;
51 Staverton Road
Buses: 302, 52, 260, 460, 266 (approx. 5-10min walk)
Nearest Tube: Willesden Green Tube station is approx. 15min walk away
GP Extended Access Hub
Mon to Sun 08:00 – 20:00
Wembley Centre for Health & Care
Ground floor( by main reception)
116 Chaplin Road
Buses: H17 (Direct to WCHC), 182, 92 stops outside the post office depot 5min walk to the centre
Nearest Tube: Wembley Central (Bakerloo)
GP Extended Access Hub Service
Frequently Asked Questions
No. Only Brent-registered patients are able to access this service.
Access to the Hub is by appointment only. Either your registered GP practice, NHS 111 or Urgent Care Centre may refer you to the service if appropriate.
The GP Extended Access Hub service operates across 5 sites within Brent: Kilburn, Kingsbury, Wembley, Park Royal and Willesden. Please see below for addresses and routes to each of the above named GP Extended Access Hub sites.
The Hubs offer 10 minute appointments. Yes, the GP will have access to your medical records where needed.
Yes. We have an automated appointment reminder service. If your GP has a current mobile telephone number for you, you should receive a text message before your appointment. The text message will include details of the date, time, GP Hub name and address of your appointment. You will also be given the option to cancel if you decide that the appointment is no longer needed.
Please note that if you are booked in for a Hub appointment the same day you request one, you will still receive an appointment reminder text message prior to the scheduled time of your appointment.
In addition to a text message, you may be contacted by a member of our administration team to confirm your appointment and to answer any further questions you may have.
PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOU PROVIDE YOUR GP RECEPTIONIST WITH A CURRENT CONTACT MOBILE TELEPHONE NUMBER.
You will need to contact your GP practice to request another appointment if appropriate.
The Hub GP is able to issue you a blood form if needed; however, you must contact your registered GP practice to obtain the results.
The Hub GP is also able to refer you to any service (i.e. a hospital specialist); however it is the responsibility of your GP to follow up with this. Any information regarding referrals will be documented in the discharge summary that the Hub GP shares with your GP practice following your Hub appointment. Therefore, if you have any further questions, or you feel that too much time has passed and you haven’t received an offer of an appointment, please contact your GP practice so they can chase this for you.
No. In order to obtain a repeat prescription or sick note you must book an appointment with your registered GP practice. The Hub is to be used for acute illnesses only.