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Welcome to The Palms Medical Centre baby_Stethoscope

The practice was based in the Newbury Park Health Centre, since the centre opened in 1972, Dr Crabbe and Dr Mackenzie established a new partnership in 1992. Dr Hussein joined the partnership in 1997. The practice moved to the Palms Medical Centre in August 1997. Dr Crabbe retired in August 2006. Dr Akpotor joined the practice in September 2009. Dr Mackenzie retired in September 2012.

The practice undertakes the teaching of 5th Year medical students from Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ School of Medicine.

Our building has easy accessibility for wheelchair users, the reception desk is wheelchair friendly, we have toilet facilities for the disabled and all the doors in the surgery are extra wide.


NEW Clinical System...

The Palms Medical Centre will be migrating to a new Clinical System - EMIS WEB - on the 3rd October 2017. This new clinical system should ensure a much smoother system in-house, faster server for faster working and improve the online services. Please view the EMIS Web section under further information for an overview of the new system.


Routine Repeat Prescriptions***Online Patient Services*****

Dear patient,


We are changing our clinical computer software systems on 3rd October 2017.

This will mean that from 25th September The Vision Online Patient Services that you use to book Appointments Online and request Repeat Prescriptions Online will not work and will be turned off.


If you require an appointment at the surgery between 25th September -2nd October then you need to Telephone the surgery to book this or come into the surgery in person as Online Services will be switched off until we move to a NEW Online Service after 3rd October.


Please check your medication and if you will run out of your Repeat Medication between 25th September -2nd October then you will need to request this by 18th September. 


You can do this in person or ask your pharmacy to request it on your behalf by the as we will only be able to print paper prescriptions during this time.


We will update you again after we have changed to the new clinical system with new details on how to access the new online service portal.


We thank you for your support and cooperation during this time.


The Palms Medical Centre.




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