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A warm welcome to Dr Stanley Ho and the Roman Way Medical Centre Team who will be sharing our premises at 28 Laycock Street, London N1 1SW - from the 3rd of September 2018

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All patients have a Named GP from June 30th 2015.

However, you are free to see any GP on duty or the GP of your choice

PRESCRIPTION REQUESTS: We are experiencing an extremely high volume of prescription requests, please endeavour to submit your request as early as possible to avoid delays

Travelling abroad? Have ALL your travel vaccinations at the surgery at competitive prices. Please ring to book an appointment with the nurse.

REGISTER FOR ONLINE APPOINTMENT BOOKING: Please collect registration forms from the reception desk

EBOLA VIRUS: If you are experiencing symptoms. Please see our 'latest news' for more details.

Minor Ailments Scheme
If you are suffering from any of the following ailments you do not have to make an appointment to see the doctor. You can simply go and pick up a Minor Ailments Scheme form from your local pharmacy who will deal with it.
Please help us to help you by keeping appointments free for the more serious and urgent matters.

Conditions covered by the Minor Ailments Scheme:

*Athlete's foot  

* Bacterial Conjunctivitis (Red Eye)

* Cold Sore  

* Colds and flu 

    Fact Sheet - Common Colds (Adults), Fact Sheet - Cough, Fact Sheet - Sinusitis

* Constipation Fact Sheet - Constipation

* Cystitis Diarrhoea

* Earache Fact Sheet - Otitis Media

* Dyspepsia or indigestion Fact Sheet - Heartburn and indigestion

* Fever Fact Sheet - Fever in children

* Haemorrhoids

* Hay Fever

* Headlice healthy_apple

* Insect bites and stings

* Mouth ulcers  

 * Minor burns or lacerations

* Nappy rash

* Sore throat   Fact Sheet - Sore Throat

* Soft tissue injury

* Sunburn

* Verrucas and Warts

* Threadworms

* Vaginal Candidiasis (Thrush)

* Teething  


Self Care - Common Ailment Facts:

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