Appointments  

We offer patients many appointments and our aim is to ensure they are allocated the appropriate type of appointment to suit their medical needs.

At this current time there are no pre-bookable face to face or telephone appointments available with the Doctors.

Telephone appointments are available to be booked on the day from 8am.  Please call the practice on 020 7834 6969 to book your appointment the same day.  We are unable to guarantee the Doctor of your choice.  

If the Doctor feels you need to be seen face to face the Doctor will discuss this with you and book an appointment for you at a mutually agreed time.  

We thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation.

Any questions: Email us on: pimlico.marven@nhs.net

Training Practice

At Pimlico Health @ The Marven we are pleased to continue to be a training practice.  This allow us to offer training opportunities to different levels of trainees to assist them in their chosen career in a medical setting. 

 Registrars are fully qualified and registered doctors who are in final training to specialise in General Practice. 

 F2 Doctors are in the Foundation Programme and have a full GMC registration. 

 Medical Students from UCL or Kings are in Stage 3 (Year 5) of training, which is the final year. 

 You may be offered an appointment with one of our trainees in the first instance, this may then be followed up with a GP if required.



Hub appointments (at three sites across central London and Westminster) Pimlico Health @ The Marven is one Hub.

We have a limited availability of pre-bookable telephone appointments up to 7 days in advance from 6.30pm-8pm Monday-Friday and 8am-8pm on Weekends.  Please call the surgery to book these appointments.  

**Pimlico Operates 10am-6pm on weekends - there are NO walk in appointments**

 


 

Home Visits

Your GP will only visit you at home if they believe that your medical condition requires it and will also decide how urgently a visit is needed, or you are housebound.

 

If you need a home visit please call the call the surgery, giving the telephone receptionist details of the medical condition you require GP assistance with.

 

You can be visited at home by a community nurse if you are referred by your GP.

 

You should also be visited at home by a health visitor if you have recently had a baby or if you are newly registered with a GP and have a child under five years.

 

 

 

 

 

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