Archway Medical Centre is an NHS GP Practice providing all the care and treatment you would expect from an NHS GP.
You will receive most of your care online through video consultation and messaging your Archway Medical Centre clinicians. Should you need to see a GP in-person this will be arranged at our GP surgery in North London or, if appropriate, at one of the many NHS GP urgent care centres around London.
Your prescriptions will be sent to a local pharmacy of your choice. If you need to have blood tests or other investigations these will be arranged at your local NHS hospital or a hospital of your choice.
If you need to see a specialist your Archway Medical Centre GP will refer you to your choice of NHS or private hospital. All Archway Medical Centre services are free of charge provided to you on the NHS.
All our clinicians are registered with a UK health regulator such as the General Medical Council for doctors and the Nursing and Midwifery Council for nurses.
We practice evidence-based medicine so that any treatments or other clinical recommendations we make will be shown to be effective and safe in trials.
Our weight loss service is run by a multi-professional team of dietitians, doctors, nurses and social prescribers who will give you personalised care and advice.Read More →
Consult our NHS team of dermatologists for free advice and treatment for your skin conditions.Read More →
Consult our team of trained family planning clinicians for advice and prescriptions.Read More →
Our trained mental health advisors will talk to you, assess your symptoms and sign-post you to the service most appropriate for your concern.Read More →
Get advice from one of our physiotherapists working in a multi-professional team for relief of your back, shoulder, knee or neck pain.Read More →
Our sexual health service is run by trained sexual health and family planning clinicians. They will speak with you, assess your sexual health concern and arrange appropriate tests.Read More →
We offer written, telephone and video consultations with a range of male and female clinicians from GPs, nurse practitioners, and primary care specialists such as physiotherapy.