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Having the flu jab can prevent admission to hospital which is frequently necessary following complications arising from flu (see our flu vaccinations page)

Welcome to Elm Lodge Surgery

smallsurgeryWe are a GP practice in Herne Hill / Dulwich aiming to provide excellent care in partnership with our patients.

All repeat prescriptions need to be reviewed from time to time by a clinician; this may need to be face to face or sometimes by telephone. An annual or more frequent review of the ongoing need for medication may need to include a blood pressure check or other monitoring such as blood tests/urine analysis. Your repeat prescription indicates the number of repeats available before a review is due.

If we have not been able to complete a review we may not be able to issue a repeat prescription.



Please call the surgery to book an appointment. For eligible patients this vaccination is highly recommended by the GP s & can  prevent an admission.                                                                                                                          


The people entitled to a seasonal flu jab are:


  • People aged 65 years and over
  • All those aged 6 months or older with the following conditions:
    • Chest problems, including certain asthmatics on steroid inhalers or steroid tablets and those with chronic bronchitis or emphysema.      
    • Chronic heart disease
    • Diabetes
    • Chronic kidney disease
    • Chronic liver disease
    • Chronic neurological disease
  • People who are immunosuppressed, have no spleen or whose spleen does not work properly
  • Pregnant women (@ any stage of pregnancy)
  • Those in contact with people who may be a risk of developing serious complications from flu
  • People living in long stay residential care homes
  • Carers

 Have your say about the surgery. Click on the the "FRIENDS AND FAMILY TEST" to the right. Would you recommend us?



Thank you to all those who completed our patient survey, attended a patient group or are part of the virtual group. Here are the results and the action plan in response.

 Patient participation report and action plan please click HERE

 Patient survey results please clickHERE or Alternative Word version



We hope you find our website useful.  It provides details of our services, how to make appointments and how to register with us as a patient.

See section 1 for Pharmacy First and section 3 for for Self Help information from NHS Choices on common ailments such as back pain,  colds etc. You may not need to make a GP appointment.

We have a service for  ordering REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS ONLY and making appointments online. Click the icon  at the bottom of the page for details on how to register.(Please do not try to order prescriptions that are not on repeat.)

We are always looking to improve the services we provide. To do this we need to hear what you think. Details of our patient groups can be found under the link to the right. 


See our Care Quality Commission Registration information HERE



All GP Practices are required to declare mean earnings (i.e. average pay) for GP s working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.

The average pay for GP s working at the practice of Elm Lodge Surgery in the last financial year (2015/6) was £69,577

before tax and National Insurance.

This is for 4 part time GP s who worked in the practice for more than six months.




(Site updated 22/05/2017)
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