Welcome to The Belmont Medical Centre Uxbridge
THE SURGERY IS CLOSED ON BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY 6TH MAY 2019
The doctors and staff at The Belmont Medical Centre in Uxbridge are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.
We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and well-person checks.
In addition to everything you need to know about the practice you will also find a wealth of health-related information in the menu on the right hand side. Please have a look around and do send us some feedback if you like.
Privacy Notice please click here to view
The only website this Privacy Notice applies to is the Surgery’s website. If you use a link to any other website from the Surgery’s website then you will need to read their respective privacy notice. We take no responsibility (legal or otherwise) for the content of other websites.
In line with the new GDPR regulations please be advised that if you want another family member or friend to collect prescriptions, blood forms or any paperwork on your behalf we must have written consent from you with their name and what permissions you are giving.
If you wish your medical records to be discussed with someone else again we need written consent from you with their name and what information you wish us to share if necessary.
There are leaflets in reception reference GDPR please help yourself
Changes in repeat prescriptions from the pharmacy
Practices across North West London would like patients to request their own repeat prescriptions directly from their GP Surgery. You can ask us for online access to order via the online portal and phone app or drop it into surgery, send it in the post or send us a fax 01898 812099.
For emergency medical advice when the surgery is closed please call 111.
FRIENDS & FAMILY SURVEY - We would be grateful if you could follow the Patient Survey link below to complete our short survey following your experience at the surgery. This will enable you to provide us with anonymous feedback which may help to improve our service. Click here for patient survey
please click on the above link for details
CQC Intelligence Monitoring Report please click on the link to see our report.
HIV - we are in an area where HIV is fairly common (2 per 1000) Aged 15-59, so we offer an HIV test to every new patient. Please just ask for a blood form at reception or the GP or Nurse when you see them, alternatively hand in a slip available at reception and pop your name on it.
Dossette Boxes - please be aware that if you require your medication in a dossette box for medical reasons you will need to arrange this through your GP. If you request it from the chemist for convenience you will be charged a fee every month.
Care Record Viewer – this is a new feature that is available on line if you would like to access this feature on line and already have access to scripts and appointments please let the receptionist know you just need a pass phrase, if you have not used on line services ask the receptionist for full access.
Accountable GP - All registered patients including children have an allocated named GP, this GP will take the responsibility for the co-ordination of your care for all appropriate services. If you have not been informed of your accountable named GP please ask the receptionist next time you are here, you have choice of which GP list you are allocated too.
EPS Prescription service - this means we can electronically send your prescription to the chemist of your choice. If you would like to use this service please either let us know your nominated chemist of choice or call into your chemist and they can set it up for.
PLEASE NOTE THAT CONTROLLED DRUGS CAN NOT BE PROCESSED THIS WAY AND HAVE TO BE SIGNED FOR BY THE PATIENT OR THE CHEMIST (PREGABALIN & GABAPENTIN ARE NOW CONTROLLED DRUGS)
PASSPORT SIGNING AND NATURALISAION IS NO LONGER DONE WITH THE GP - SEE ADVICE BELOW
The counter signatory must not:
• Be related by birth or marriage
• Be living at the same address as the applicant/parent of applicant
Additional Update: In the past it was ok to use your Doctor/GP to countersign your application. Due to high demand and complaints received from medical professionals you are now not able to use your registered doctor as a counter signatory (however if you have a friend or colleague who is a doctor this is still permitted).