Opening Hours

eConsult is open 24/7

Day Time
Monday - Friday 8am - 6.30pm
Saturday 9am - 1pm
Sunday Closed

If you are having breathing difficulties, chest pain or any other life threatening emergency please  immediately call 999. 

If you require urgent medical advice outside of the practice opening hours, please dial 111 who will be able to direct you to the appropriate service.  

Please be aware that all surgeries in Havering are closed on the first Tuesday afternoon of each month due to staff training. The walk in centre will remain open.


Our services

  • Registered GP Practice – We run surgeries each weekday morning and evening and on Saturday morning – Please either book an appointment online or contact our reception team on  Tel : 01708 202621
  • Post Operative Care – (Havering GP  registered patients over the age of 16 ) – We run pre–bookable appointments which are available weekday– please contact our reception team to book  – Tel : 0203 416 7722  please state which site the appointment is for .

Closing & Training Events

Each quarter the practice closes in the afternoon from 12.30pm to enable our staff to attend local NHS training events.  These are important for us to keep updated with clinical changes and service development issues.



Havering Hub

If you are registered with a Havering GP you can access the Havering Hub.

  • Monday -Friday 18:30-22:00
  • Saturday and Sunday 08:00 – 20:00

The aim is to improve access to GP led services through a single unit, outside of contracted GP hours and to provide extended primary medical services in a safe environment for staff and patients.

A patient journey through the system will see the patient calling NHS 111, being triaged and, if appropriate, offered a face to face urgent appointment with a GP. The patient will receive an allocated time slot and be booked in by 111. When they arrive at the HUB site they will be greeted by a receptionist and seen by the GP. Patient details will be recorded on a template and sent to the patient’s own GP by 9am the next morning so that the registered GP is aware.

If you have a minor illness please speaks to your local pharmacy who may be able to assist.