The Junction Health Centre
 
 

 

Our NHS doctor’s surgery provides the people of Wandsworth with treatment and advice for a range of
minor illnesses and injuries

 

We’re committed to giving you the best possible healthcare in a way that suits today’s busy lifestyles. That’s why we’re open every day 8am to 8pm, including bank holidays. Last patient seen at 19:30, however the list can occasionally close early due to high demand/emergencies.

You can find us next door to Clapham Junction station. We’re just outside the Grant Road exit.

Why choose The Junction?

We’re here all day, every day

We provide convenient evening, weekend and bank holiday appointments with doctors, nurses and healthcare assistants, so however busy your life, you should be able to find a time to suit you.

For urgent care, just walk in

We provide a walk-in service where we treat minor injuries and illnesses. You can use this service if you’re registered as a patient with us and even if you’re not. Just turn up and we will see you as soon as one of the team is available. Find out more about our walk-in service

Services to suit you

If you register as a patient with us you will be able to access our full range of services. You’ll also be able to arrange to see a doctor of your choice at a time to suit you (you can also choose whether you want to see a male or female health professional). You can see a medical professional within 24 hours and book appointments up to four weeks in advance.

View our full list of services for registered patients

Treatment you can trust

The Junction Health Centre is run by Care UK, the UK’s largest independent provider of health and social care. Care UK works with local authorities and NHS commissioners to operate a broad range of services. These range from urgent care services and GP practices like ours to out-of-hours and 111 services, care homes and homecare services for older people.

We are dedicated to delivering efficient, accessible, quality healthcare services, cutting waiting times for you, the patient, as well as easing the pressure on A&E departments.

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December 23rd 2014

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December 12th 2014

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February 26th 2015

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February 26th 2015

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February 25th 2015

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February 23rd 2015

Norovirus is again in the news with outbreaks closing hospital wards and keeping people from visiting loved ones in care homes. Dr Marjorie Gillespie urges people who think they have the illness to stay at home to prevent it spreading.

February 19th 2015

Patients who are more involved with their own healthcare could help the NHS to save £2 billion over the next five years, according to a new report by independent think tank Reform.

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