The Fulham and Hammersmith centres for health are hospital-based GP centres, located at Charing Cross and Hammersmith hospitals.
Our GP services are for local residents and appointments are necessary. Patients are required to register with the practice before making an appointment.
Conditions and treatments
Our practice provides a number of services and clinics that meet the health needs of our practice population such as:
- Childhood immunisation clinics
- Adult vaccination clinics
- Flu vaccination clinics
- Travel clinics
- Baby clinics
- Postnatal clinics
- Chronic disease clinics
- Health check reviews
- Minor surgery
- Stop smoking clinics
- Simple wound dressing
- Sexual health checks
- Cervical screening
Please ask a member of our team for confirmation of any other service not listed above.
Treatments we offer
Between the ages of two months and three years four months, children should have a programme of immunisations; click here for the recommended schedule.
Boys and girls aged 13 to 18 should also have a diphtheria, tetanus and polio booster (whether or not they have had previous immunisations as a child).
Immunisations to protect against TB and hepatitis B are offered only where children are considered at high risk, please contact your GP for more information.
Help to stop smoking
If you would like to stop smoking the NHS can help. You can get free advice from trained stop smoking advisors plus nicotine replacement therapy products (such as patches and gum) and other treatments at prescription prices. We have a stop smoking advisor available in the surgery; please ask at reception for details. You can attend this service without a referral.
Travel health without yellow fever
If you require any vaccinations relating to foreign travel you need to make an appointment with the practice nurse to discuss your travel arrangements. This will include which countries and areas within countries that you are visiting to determine what vaccinations are required.
Please note, we do not currently offer the yellow fever vaccination.
It is important to make your initial appointment as early as possible, at least six weeks before you travel, as a second appointment will be required with the practice nurse to receive the vaccinations. These vaccines have to be ordered in and your second appointment needs to be at least two weeks before you travel.
For more information please see our practice website here.