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External Healthcare Providers FAQs

Can you advise me of my local Health Visitor Clinic please?

Your local Health Visitor Clinic takes place at Lord Lister Health Centre on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Please visit the Staff page of our website for more information about the Health Visitor service.

 

I don’t have time to go to a pharmacy to collect my medication; can I collect my prescription at your Practice please?

Apologies, but no, this is not possible because Woodgrange Medical Practice does not keep medication on the premises because we do not have a pharmacist who is authorised to dispense medication.

 

I need to get to Newham Hospital, how do I get there?

To get to Newham University Hospital, patients can take the Bus number 58 (on Woodgrange Road) to Plashet Grove (Off Green Street) then take the bus 262 or 473 straight to Newham Hospital. Alternatively, take the 325 Bus (on Romford Road), then the bus 262.

Telephone Number: 020 7476 4000

Postcode: E13 8SL

Other travel information: Newham University Hospital ‘Find Us’ webpage

 

I need to get to Whipps Cross Hospital, how do I get there?

To get to Whipps Cross University Hospital, patients can take the train from Wanstead Park Station towards Leytonstone Station and then take the bus 257 straight to Whipps Cross Hospital. Alternatively, take the 58 bus towards Walthamstow Central, then take the bus 257.

Telephone Number: 020 8539 5522

Postcode: E11 1NR

Other travel information: Whipps Cross Hospital ‘Find Us’ webpage

 

Minor Ailments

Patients of any Practice can get advice and certain medications over the counter from a pharmacist at any pharmacy, without the need to see a GP.

We have much information about Minor Ailments on our website. Please visit these pages to become more informed about self-care:

Minor Ailments Scheme

Self Help

Minor Illness

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