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Parking on site - Automatic Number Plate Recognition System

You now need to register your car's number plate at reception in order to park your car in Invermead Close whilst visiting the surgery.


We are pleased to announce that we now offering a number of appointments outside of regular surgery hours.

These appointments run from 7.30am - 8am and from 6.30pm - 7.30pm on some week days.

As from 1st April 2017 we will be opening from 8 am - 12 noon (please note these times are for routine appointments not emergencies)

More information can be found on the Opening Times tab.


Hammersmith & Fulham Community Drug and Alcohol Service (CDAS)

Drug and alcohol treatment services provide a range of specialist health care interventions for individuals and families who are affected by the misuse of drugs and/or alcohol.


Park Medical Centre

Inver Court

Invermead Close

W6 0QG

0208 741 7471

These services help people with drug and alcohol problems to begin the process of stability and healing. The teams are multidisciplinary, which means there are a wide range of professionals who can provide different treatment options.

The teams will assess drug and alcohol problems, provide short-term treatment and help individual to access other support services. To provide integrated care, the teams work closely with GPs, social workers and other health providers. Treatment is provided in a structured programme with the goals of abstinence, minimising harm or controlling the addiction.

Treatment options can include:

  • Talking therapies
  • Medication

Referrals to these teams can be made through by a health professional (GP, social worker or other) by completing the referral form.

Appointments can be made with Neil Striplin here at Park Medical Centre on either a Monday or Friday afternoon. Please ask at reception.

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