We are operating a closed door policy meaning you will not be granted entrance to the premises unless invited by a clinician. If you need to speak with a GP, call the surgery on 0208 294 8150.

Blood tests are by appointment only, call 020 8333 3216 (Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Eltham Community Hospital appointment line) or 020 3910 7230 (Queen Mary’s Hospital appointment line) to book.

Welcome to our Practice

We provide comprehensive NHS primary care services to help you manage your health and well-being. We are based in the Eltham Community Hospital. You will find our reception desk by the main entrance. Please look for the Eltham Palace Surgery sign above the desk. People with disabilities can access all areas of the practice as we are on the ground floor of the building.

Our aim is to provide a high quality, caring and personal health care service to our whole patient population by:

  • Putting our patients at the centre of what we do
  • Having a highly qualified and trained multi-professionalintegrated primary healthcare team
  • Offering our services in a safe, supportive and suitably equipped environment including using technological advances in health care systems for our patient’s benefit.

We work very closely with our allied community nursing, health visiting and specialist teams to ensure your care is co-ordinated to the highest of standards. We welcome any comments or suggestions you may have.

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If you are looking for a GP in the area, or would like to register with Eltham Palace Surgery, you can register as a patient with us online. We are

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Alert

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

If you have an urgent health problem and need to speak with a GP, call us on 0208 294 8150 to book a telephone consultation with a GP.

We are operating a Closed Door policy, this means that you will not be granted entrance to the premises unless you are invited by one of our clinicians.  This is to protect patients as well as staff on site by minimising face to face contact.

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Face coverings when using NHS services

All patients and visitors to NHS services must wear a face covering at all times. This includes hospitals, community clinics and GP services. Evidence has confirmed that face coverings can help reduce the risk of transmission if you are suffering from coronavirus, but not showing symptoms.

The government has set out advice for people on how to make their own face coverings easily at home, using scarves or other textile items. These face coverings should cover the mouth and nose, whilst allowing the wearer to breathe comfortably and can be as simple as a scarf or bandanna that ties behind the head to give a snug fit.

Please wash your hands or use hand sanitiser before putting on a face covering and after taking it off. Please avoid touching your face covering whilst wearing it to avoid transmission of the virus.

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If you are experiencing symptoms of Coronavirus, please visit visit NHS 111 Online in the first instance and then call 111 for further advice if needed.

For information on the coronavirus outbreak please go to the NHS.UK page on coronavirus or the information on GOV.UK.

If you are self isolating because you have symptoms of coronavirus, or you live with someone who does and this means you cannot attend work, generate an isolation note from 111 online which you can provide to your employer.  You do not need a sick note for this.  Government guidelines on social distancing are to work from home unless it is impossible, and employers should encourage this. See the full guidance on work.