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Leyton Healthcare


Please note that face masks/coverings must be worn when you are attending the practice.

Patient Participation Group: If you are interested in joining our PPG click here and complete the form


E-consults can be submitted between 08.00 - 18.30 Monday to Friday. To submit an e-Consult click here or the picture above

E-consults should be limited to one issue per submission.  Please be aware that E-consults relating to multiple issues may be rejected

Please note that you may be contacted by text or telephone

If you need assistance outside of these hours please contact NHS 111 Online

Serving You
  • Our team is here to treat minor ailments as well as manage long-term conditions
  • You are able to do the following from home
    • Order a repeat prescription
    • Make an appointment
    • Request an online consultation
    • Cancel an appointment

Partners in Care

Once registered, patients and healthcare professionals work together to ensure the most appropriate care is provided. This partnership philosophy extends even further and our active patient group exists to make sure that patient needs and the practice offering are always heading in the same direction.


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Online consultation

We are excited to announce that the eConsult service has now launched for our patients. The service is accessible via the practice website and will enable you to access safe and efficient advice for your health conditions as well as consult with your GP from the convenience of their own home.

Online Access

You can now book or change appointments online via the link below. Please note you will need to register for this service.

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You can now register for online services without coming to the practice on the NHS App Click here for more information

NHS app

If you require an interpreter to be booked for your appointment, it is better that you telephone or visit the Practice in the normal way as a member of our reception team will need to book this for you.

Care Quality Commission

(Site updated 28/07/2022)
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