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Welcome to Queenhill Medical Practice


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We are pleased to announce that you can now book and manage your appointments via our new app; it’s proven to be 5 times quicker than calling the practice. Not only can you book routine and urgent appointments but you can, also, request fit notes, check your symptoms, access self-help services and much more!
You can sign in using your existing NHS account login or by creating a new account.
Download AskFirst Now:

Appointments can be made online (using the AskFirst App or by using the NHS app from your mobile phone). Please remember that an appointment is for ONE person only. If you cannot keep an appointment please inform us as soon as possible so it can be used for another patient. If you want an online appointment (video call) then let us know and the doctor will provide a link to use on the day of the appointment.


Please note that we do not prescribe Semaglutide (Ozempic/Wegovy) for weight management purposes

According to current National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines this medication can only be prescribed by GP's for certain patients with diabetes.

For more information please click here to see the official NHS statement.



What is the Patient Participation Group?

Why not join us....

The group consists of a number of members with a chair and a patient representative now appointed.

We meet regularly to decide ways of making a positive contribution to improving the services and facilities offered by our practice – to you the patient. If you have a little time to spare and are interested in joining our friendly and proactive group then please contact the Practice, further information and online sign up is available in the Patient Group section.

You will find the minutes from our previous meetings and other informative links in our Patient Group section

There is also a notice board in the waiting room where information is available. 

Any comments and suggestions can be sent via the Practice Manager, Mrs Lynne Poole in writing or via email to 

Please watch out for further notices.

In line with the new GDPR regulations the PPG require consent to use your contact details to send you information advising you of PPG meeting dates, talks of interest dates and the Practice or PPG Newsletters.  If you wish to receive information from the PPG please complete the consent form and email the PPG secretary.

Click here for the Patient Participation Group Sign Up form

Bank Holiday Closures


These are the bank holiday dates for 2024

1 JanMonNew Year's Day
29 MarFriGood Friday
1 AprMonEaster Monday
6 MayMonEarly May bank holiday 
27 MayMonSpring bank holiday
26 AugMonSummer bank holiday
25 DecWedChristmas day
26 DecMonBoxing day

For urgent healthcare advice when your child is sick:            

Healthier Together: Improving the health of children and young people in South West London

Healthier Together A tool that gives consistent, accurate and trustworthy healthcare advice. The information on this site has been reviewed by experts in child health - your local paediatricians, GPs and clinicians across the region.

If you need to see a Doctor outside of our normal practice hours


People who live or work in Croydon have access to a wide range of urgent care services including booked appointments within three GP Hubs from 8am to 8pm, seven days a week, 365 days a year if you require medical assistance that cannot wait for you to see your own GP.

To access a Croydon GP Hub, call 111, or visit their website on

Locations of Croydon Hubs and travel information is listed below:
GP HUB CENTRAL CROYDON -  East Croydon Medical Centre, 59 Addiscombe Road, Croydon, Surrey, CR0 6SD

  • 10 minutes drive from nearest A&E department (Croydon University Hospital).
  • Car: Free & Paid Parking Available within 2 minutes walk
  • Tram: 3-minute walk from Lebanon Road Tram Stop
  • Train: 5-minute walk from East Croydon Train Station
  • Bus: Routes 64, 119, 194, 198, 433, 466

GP HUB PURLEY - Purley War Memorial Hospital, 856 Brighton Road,  Purley, Surrey, CR8 2YL

  • 12 minutes drive from nearest A&E department (Croydon University Hospital).
  • Car: Free & Paid Parking Available within 2 minutes walk
  • Train: 6 minutes walk from Purley Train Station
  • Bus: Routes 60, 166, 289, 405, 407, 412, 455 & 466

GP HUB PARKWAY - Parkway Health Centre, Parkway, New Addington,, Croydon, Surrey, CR0 0JA

  • 16 minutes drive from nearest A&E department (Princess Royal University Hospital)
  • Car: Free Parking Available outside
  • Tram: 1-minute walk from New Addington Tramlink
  • Bus: Routes 64, 130, 314, 464, 664


Click HERE for the latest NHS information on FLU, including self-help, if & when to see your GP and or contact Accident & Emergency 999

Have you added the NHS app to your mobile phone yet?

NHS app is the latest healthcare smart phone app for patients

Secure sign-up without visiting the surgery

Book appointments on your smartphone, 24/7

Register your children <12 and book for them too

Receive helpful in-app appointment reminders

Cancel unwanted appointments to free up slots

Please click here for more information


Appropriate use of Accident & Emergency departments

Please see the link below for detailed information.

Appropriate Use Of Accident & Emergency Guide

Queenhill Medical Practice Brochure

Please see the link below for the Practice Brochure giving detailed information on the surgery 

Queenhill Medical Practice Brochure

Disabled Access

There is disabled access via the pathway and the front door. There is also a fully equipped toilet with wheelchair access.  Please also remember to ask the reception Team for an appointment downstairs as the practice does not have a lift. 

Toys and Children's Books

We are sorry to inform you that due to compliance with CQC (Care Quality Commission) guidelines and infection control we will no longer keep toys or children’s books in the waiting or consulting areas at our Surgery. We appreciate our young patients may need to be kept occupied and to prevent boredom we would encourage you to bring a small toy or book to occupy your child when they need to visit the Surgery.

For further information on CQC compliance guidelines please visit:

We are participating in an approach to improve access for patients to GP appointments. The aim is to direct patients to the most appropriate healthcare professional, which may be a GP, Pharmacist, First Contact Practitioner, Paramedic, Specialised MH Nurse or a Link Worker.  If your symptoms could be resolved by a booked consultation with the pharmacist instead of the GP, you will be given a same-day referral to a pharmacy of your choice.

We think this is a good thing. Once you see how great your local pharmacist is – they are highly trained and skilled clinicians experienced in treating minor illnesses – we don’t think you’ll look back. This will also help us to free up GP appointments for people with more complex health needs and ensure that everyone gets treated at the right time, by the right healthcare professional.

We are keen to hear what you think and will be listening to your comments and feedback about your experience of using this service.

Following a patient questionnaire, the results identified that patients wanted more GP appointments between 4-8pm Monday – Friday and on Saturdays between 9-5pm.

SELNASH PCN have listened to these requirements and have organised additional GP and Nurse Appointments based at Farley Road Practice, 53 Farley Road, Selsdon, CR2 7NG.

Zero Tolerance

We strongly support the NHS policy on zero tolerance. Anyone attending the surgery who abuses the GPs, staff or other patients be it verbally, physically or in any threatening manner whatsoever, will risk removal from the practice list. In extreme cases, we may summon the police to remove offenders from the practice premises. You can learn more here.


This practice has been awarded Gold for excellence in lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans healthcare

This practice has been awarded Gold for excellence in lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans healthcare

(Site updated 24/06/2024)