This website tells you about our practice and how to get the best from our services. We aim to provide personal family doctoring in a relaxed friendly environment.
How To Contact Us
46 Queens Avenue, London N10 3BJ
Tel: 020 8883 1846
Out Of Hours Emergencies
NHS 111 on 1-1-1.
This service is specifically for medical emergencies which cannot possibly wait until the next surgery.
When the surgery is closed, please phone NHS 111 on 1-1-1 (calls are free from landlines and mobiles).
The duty doctor will advise you.
NHS Walk-in Centre
Finchley Memorial Hospital
Tel: 020 8349 7470
Opening Times 8.00am - 9.00pm 7 Days A Week
The online repeat prescription form is no longer available. If you wish to continue ordering your Repeat Prescription online you need to come and REGISTER at the surgery.
Two forms of ID are required. Please come to the surgery and bring the following documents:
We DO NOT accept any other documents other than those listed above.
Flu jabs are available this year from the 30/09/2015 onwards.
Free flu vaccinations are available for some patients.
Please check the list below to find out if you are eligible.
- Over 65 years of age
- Heart disease
- Respiratory disease, COPD & Asthma
- Renal disease
- Liver disease
- Spleen removal
- Children age 2 years and up
For more information about protecting your child against flu please see here.
New website to access this surgery online.
VisionOnline will be replaced with Patient Services which is faster, easy to use and works perfectly on smartphones and tablets as well as your computer.
Please use the above website to order your prescriptions instead of the one below.
Book your appointments with a doctor, order your repeat prescriptions online and access to view the allergies and medication on your patient record.
CLICK HERE to login once you have your login details.
CLICK HERE to download an information leaflet about online access to your medical records.
Please use this email address if you are having any problems with your online account or ordering your prescriptions.
Health Risk Screening
Your local NHS in Haringey is planning to screen patients aged 18 and over already diagnosed with long-term conditions which include diabetes, respiratory disease and heart disease.
Health risk screening is now a commonly used practice within the NHS that entails accessing patient records electronically and using them to identify patients who may be at risk of future hospital admissions.
Patient names and addresses are not used in the screening process.
The results of the screening will enable your GP to decide whether you would benefit from their discussing your care with a multi-disciplinary care team made up of other health and, where relevant, social care professionals such as a district nurse or consultant physician. This may allow your GP to identify ways to improve your care and to agree any changes with you.
Your GP will seek your consent to discuss your case with the multi-disciplinary team and they will discuss with you any changes that are proposed.
Do I need to do anything to give my permission?
No. You do not need to do anything if you are happy to give your permission for a health screening or for your medical records to be shared ‘if needed’ as part of a clinical care discussion within the multi-disciplinary care team.
What if I do not want to give my permission?
If you have any concerns or wish to opt out of health screening you should speak to your Practice Manager. The Practice will ensure that your decision is recorded so your records will not be included in any screenings.
If you wish to receive text messages or Email on your mobile phone regarding appointment reminders and healthcare information such as test results, please click here to download our consent form then complete and take to the surgery.
Whooping Cough Vaccine for Pregnant Women
The Department of Health is recommending the whooping cough vaccine for pregnant women
because of the number of recent cases of whooping cough in younger babies.
This vaccine is available to women who 20 weeks pregnant.
Please contact the surgery and make an appointment with our nurse if you wish to have this.
Our doors are open Monday to Friday 8.30 - 11.00am & 4.00 - 6.00pm.
Monday - Friday 8.00am - 6.30pm
Patient Survey Results
Would you like to join our Patient Group?
Have you got some spare time and can meet with us four times a year?
Please ask at reception for an application from if you are interested or click here for more information.
Drs Friedmann, Sivakumar, Demades & Werth
The surgery has been designed on the ground floor with ramps to make access for disabled people as easy as possible.
Nappy Changing Facilities
Nappy changing facilities are available. Please ask at reception.
If you are a registered Carer who is looking after a relative, friend or neighbour, please inform our receptionists.
The practice can book an interpreter who can either attend your appointment or provide interpretation on the telephone.
Patient Survey Results
Visit our Patient Participation Group page for survey results and action plan