Welcome to Mulberry Medical Practice, providing primary care for Edgware and surrounding areas. We hope you take your time to browse our website where you will find lots of useful information about the surgery and the services that we offer.
* What are the risks of Covid-19?
* How safe is the vaccine?
* How effective is the vaccine?
* What are the side effects?
* Are Black, Asian and minority ethnic people affected differently?
Join a free webinar session, where you will have the opportunity to put your questions and concerns to expert panelists:
* Liam Beadman, Head of Primary Care Development, NHS NCL CCG
* Wikum Jayatunga, Public Health Consultant, Camden & Islington Councils
Wednesday 7th April, at 2pm - 3:30pm
ZOOM link: https://zoom.us/j/99731841126?pwd=UkhDaGlrbTM5YzM1WmdVVzBoczZZUT09
Meeting ID: 997 3184 1126
The session is organised by Islington Refugee and Migrant Forum in association with NHS NCL CCG, Camden Council and Islington Council.
The new telephone system is due to be installed on 9.3.2021. We trust the installation will go smoothly, however, in the event that you experience any disruption to the service, we ask that you please bear with us.
Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.
When appropriate, you will receive an invitation to book
Please do not call us to get an appointment until you have been invited
Information about the vaccine can be found on the NHS.UK Website. For anything else, your GP surgery is open and if you need to get in touch, please ring us or visit our Website. Please do not come to the surgery unless you have an appointment.
Introducing Groundwork London. If you have time and our willing to support practices by volunteering to help marshal at the clinic delivery, please follow the link to register. Online Advert: https://barnetvolunteersc19.co.uk/vk/volunteers/my_opportunities_info_ur.htm?PID=10170603
Due to the current Coronavirus outbreak we have changed the way we are providing care to our patients. In order to protect people we need to minimise the number of patients coming in through the practice. We will be offering telephone appointments, video appointments and still have some face to face appointments but only for people who have spoken with a nurse or Doctor first. We are trying to work with technology to make this better for everybody; this will mean moving as many prescriptions as possible to electronic prescribing and posting out medical certificates.
We understand that many people will be very worried and affected by this and we want to reassure you that we are working hard behind the scenes to deliver a safe service. We will be updating the website regularly with sources of information that we think will be helpful.
Barnet Federated GP Service can be contacted on 020 3948 6809 between 8:00 am and 8:00 pm.
If you need medical help quickly-but not in a 999 emergency- call NHS111 for advice.