Request an appointment using our online service.
Appointment dates and times may be requested via our online service. Once we receive the request, our friendly reception staff will email or call you back to confirm your selected booking request or to offer you the nearest alternative appointment. Please note, unless you have received a confimation or call back from our reception, your appointment is not booked. Please check your junk mail for confirmation emails.
Alternatively, appointments can be booked by telephone on 020 7433 1444. If you are not sure which services you will require, our friendly and helpful reception staff will be happy to discuss your needs.
Due to high demand for appointments we do require a deposit of £40 for all new patients and Saturday appointments. This will be deducted from the total charge on the day.
We are conveniently located on Finchley Rd in West Hampstead, near Finchley Road underground station (see how to find us). Walk-in patients are welcome during our clinical hours (up to 5.30pm), however booking an appointment is strongly recommended due to possible long waiting times as priority is given to booked appointments. If an appointment is not immediately available, our aim is to provide an appointment within 24 hours.
Family members, friends and chaperones
Patients are welcome to attend with a family member or friend. At your specific request, they may sit in on the consultation. For females undergoing intimate examinations or tests by male clinicians, it is our policy that a female chaperone is always present, for your peace of mind as well as ours so that probity is assured. This chaperone may be one of the female reception staff when a nurse is not available; alternatively you may bring along a family member or friend yourself. If this is unacceptable to you, please ask to see a same-sex or female clinician when booking.
Please note that children under 16 years of age will not be seen unless accompanied by a parent or other person with parental responsibility. However, with consent of both parties, a child under 16 may be seen privately for non-intimate examinations by a same-sex or female clinician.