Welcome to Gower Place practice
We are based on the campus of University college London.
Our surgery opening times are: surgery times
From this website you can book and cancel appointments, order repeat prescriptions. You can view a summary of your medical record including medications, immunisations and allergies. You can also update your personal contact details. Please see our Statement of Intent and Practice Plan for additional online services to be in place by 31st March 2015.
Anyone living in WC1 can register with the practice. Please attend with proof of address (for example a recent utility bill or rent book) and please download and complete the registration form and bring it to the practice. You will be offered a new patient health check upon registration. If you are a UCL student please follow this link for further details on the catchment areas we cover.
Our dedicated team are here to treat those minor ailments that occur as well as providing specialist management of long-term conditions and clinics covering a wide range of healthcare issues.
There is disabled access to the practice facilities with some restrictions. Please feel free to contact the practice to discuss your requirements.
The Friends and Family Test is a feedback tool that offers patients at Gower Place Practice the opportunity to provide anonymous feedback about the care and treatment they have received, if you would like to participate in this survey after your visit to the surgery please click here.
Ebola Update (September 2014)
What if I think I might have Ebola in the UK?
If you feel unwell with symptoms such as fever of >38oC, chills, muscle aches, headache, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, sore throat or rash within 21 days of coming back from Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone or Nigeria, you should stay at home and immediately telephone 111 or 999 and explain that you have recently visited West Africa.
These services will provide advice and arrange for you to be seen in a hospital if necessary so the cause of your illness can be determined.
There are other illnesses that are much more common than Ebola (such as flu, typhoid fever and malaria) that have similar symptoms in the early stages, so proper medical assessment is really important to ensure you get the right diagnosis and treatment.
It is also really important that medical services are expecting your arrival and calling 111 or 999 will ensure this happens.
(Site updated 30/04/2015)