Welcome To The Greyswood Practice
This website will give you and
your family all the information you require.
Dr Sarah Mackenzie
Telephone: 020 8769 0845
Out of hours:
The Greyswood Practice moved to Eastwood Street in June 2004. There had been a practice on our Mitcham Lane site since 1905 when the building was opened as a doctor's surgery with accommodation above. However, due to the growth of the surgery and the need to provide better conditions for the patients and staff, the doctors and Wandsworth Primary Care Trust decided it was time to move on and we are now happily settled in our new premises. The practice has steadily grown in recent years and we now have around 7300 patients. We serve a residential area of West Streatham, Tooting and Mitcham and our patient population lives mostly in privately owned or privately rented accommodation. There is a small number of Housing Association homes and council properties. The practice straddles Lambeth, Wandsworth and Merton Boroughs. The majority of our patients live in Wandsworth/Merton and we are part of the South Wandsworth locality of Wandsworth Primary Care Trust, formed in April 2002.
If you have an urgent medical emergency when the surgery is closed, please call our out-of-hours service as appropriate (Wandsworth patients should dial 111; Merton and Lambeth patients should ring 020 3402 1125). Your call will be dealt with by a telephonist who will allocate appropriate action.
If you have severe chest pain or severe bleeding, call an ambulance before calling the surgery (telephone 999).
We no longer run emergency surgeries, so if you have a life-threatening emergency, such as severe bleeding, collapse, unconsciousness or acute chest pain, telephone 999.
If you have any other problem that you feel needs urgent help please telephone the surgery and the receptionist can advise appropriately, either by arranging for you to be seen or asking a doctor to speak to you on the telephone.
The Greyswood Practice is a modern purpose-built practice which has good disabled access. The front door to the building has push button entry for wheelchair users and once in the reception area there is a low level window for patients to use to make it easier to speak to the receptionist. We have a lift for easy access to the upper floors. There are disabled WCs on the ground and first floors with Braille signs on the doors.
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