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Welcome to
The Grove Medical Practice

81 Danemead Grove, Northolt, Middlesex UB5 4NY
020 8423 8423

020 8423 5578

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Our Clinics & Services

Blood Tests


We hold phlebotomy clinics at the practice on a Monday and Friday morning. Alternatively, you can attend Greenford Green clinic in Wadham Gardens where a daily service is provided. You may also choose to attend clinics at Hillview Surgery in Perivale or Ravenor Park in Greenford if more convenient. Full information on local clinics is available from reception.




If you are pregnant, it is important to book to see a doctor here as soon as possible so that your maternity care can be arranged. The earlier you see a doctor, the more likely you are to be accepted at the hospital of your choice. When you call to book, please advise the receptionist that you are pregnant in order that we can arrange to have your antenatal pack ready for you when you attend.


We provide shared care with hospitals and the community midwifes who you will see regularly from the 24th week of your pregnancy.


Please note that you should try to take folic acid before you get pregnant and for the first 12 weeks of pregnancy to reduce the risk of infants being born with neural tube defects such as spina bifida. Folic acid is available from your local pharmacy.


Family Health


Childhood immunisations


Childhood immunisations are provided by appointment with one of the nurses. Babies are given injections at eight, 12 and 16 weeks and a booster between the ages of three and four.


Ante-Natal Clinic


Ante-natal clinics with the community midwife are held locally at the Petts Hill Children's Centre. We have shared care arrangements with all the local hospitals. If you have a query regarding your ante-natal care, please do not hesitate to contact us.


Post-Natal Clinic


Post-natal check-ups and six week baby checks are undertaken by a doctor at the practice at a time to suit you. You may book this at least two weeks in advance.


Family Planning/Contraceptive Services


Our nurses provide a range of contraceptive services and family planning including pre-conception health advice to any patient who wishes to receive help in this area.


Long-Term Conditions




If you have diabetes, you will be called for a review every six months in order that we can check your blood sugar level, your blood pressure and undertake various other blood and urine tests. This is also an opportunity for us to check you are receiving regular eye tests and appropriate foot care. It is very important that you attend in order that we can provide the best possible care and management of your condition.


Coronary Heart Disease


If you have heart disease, we like to review you at least once a year to check your cholesterol and blood pressure are well controlled and that you are taking appropriate medication.


Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)


If you have COPD, you need to be seen by the doctor at least once a year to review your symptoms and medication. We also ask that you attend for a spirometry test each year with our health care assistant. This is a test of lung function which helps to inform the doctor regarding the treatment and management of your condition.




If you have asthma, you should also be seen once a year to check you are on the best inhalers for you and that you know how to use them correctly. This review can be undertaken by our nurses.




Our nurse practitioners are available every day by appointment for the following:

  • Childhood immunisations
  • Travel vaccination and advice
  • Cervical smears (recommended for all women aged 25-65 years every 3-5 years)
  • Dressings
  • Removal of stitches
  • Health check-ups
  • Asthma reviews
  • Diabetic reviews
  • Blood pressure monitoring
  • Contraception and pre-conception health advice
  • Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) advice
  • Quit smoking advice and referral
  • Warfarin monitoring

Our nurses are also available to offer advice on matters such as losing weight and adopting a healthy lifestyle. Please feel free to ask at reception to see one of our nurses.


District Nursing Team


District nurses provide care to patients in their homes and give practical advice or assistance to patients' relatives and carers in coping with illness at home.


They can be contacted via the district nurse direct telephone line on 020 8867 1424 (Ealing residents) or 020 8863 0640 (Harrow residents).


Health Promotion


We provide a range of services aimed at prevention of disease, including quit smoking advice and referral, dietary and weight control advice, breast and testicular self-examination and sexual health advice including contraception and safe sex. We will also review your risk of heart disease if you are over the age of 40 and prescribe medication to reduce your risk when appropriate.


Quit smoking!


Smoking increases risk of cancer, heart and respiratory diseases and quitting can rapidly improve health and well-being as well as reducing risk of future disease. We offer a full service to help you quit smoking, including prescribing of nicotine replacement patches and referral for further support. If you would like to stop smoking, please make an appointment to see our nurse who will be pleased to discuss different options with you.


For further information on support and the benefits of stopping smoking, please click here.


Healthy Lifestyle


Eating a healthy diet and taking regular exercise will reduce your risk of several diseases and help you maintain an appropriate weight for your height. Being overweight can increase your risk of diabetes and heart disease as well as some cancers. If you would like some to book an appointment for lifestyle advice, our nurse would be delighted to see you.


For further information, please click on the links below:

Private Fees


Unfortunately, some of our services are not available on the NHS and a separate charge will be made for the following:

  • insurance reports
  • private medical examinations and reports
  • prescriptions for malaria tablets
  • some immunisations for travel abroad (Meningitis A&C, Meningitis ACWY and Hepatitis B)
  • private sickness certificates

Please note that our doctors do not sign passport photographs.

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