A smiling Wandsworth GP in his office ​​​​

There are many GPs in Wandsworth offering free primary care health services for local people.

​Why visit your GP?

​Your GP should be your first port of call for any non-emergency problems which could be physical, psychological or a combination of both.

How do I find a GP?

​A full list of GPs in Wandsworth along with a location map is available on our Find your local GP in Wandsworth​ page, alternatively go to the GPs in Wandsworth page on NHS Choices to view GPs in the area and choose one.

How do I register?

​If you are not registered with a GP, you can sign-up with a local GP practice. You will usually be asked to show your passport and a utility bill or similar document to evidence your entitlement to NHS treatment.   

What time are GP appointments?

Patients in Wandsworth can access GP appointments 8am-8pm, 7 days a week (including Christmas and New Year), in locations across the borough.  Contact your own GP practice to book an appointment.

How do I access an appointment during the evening or at weekends?

Appointments between Monday to Friday 6:30pm - 8pm and 8am - 8pm at weekends can be accessed by patients who are registered with their GP and who book through contacting their local practice.  They are not walk-in appointments. 

Appointments take place at hubs located in local GP practices in Clapham Junction, Balham and Roehampton. 

Hubs offer pre-bookable appointments during 6.30pm until 8.00pm Monday to Friday. Saturday appointments are available at all hubs between 8am to 8pm. The Clapham Junction hub offers appointments 8am to 8pm on a Sunday. 

Where do I go when my GP practice is closed?

​​If your practice is closed, call NHS 111 for advice, they will also be able to direct you to the most appropriate service for your needs.

You may also visit a local pharmacist who can help with treating minor ailments.  For treating wounds, burns or minor injuries, you can visit one of the urgent care centres located across the borough. 

If you have an ongoing illness or condition, be it physical or mental, there is a lot of advice and support, including free courses, available to you. Contact our Wellbeing Hub on 020 8812 6700 to find out more or visit their web pages here.

How are we transforming GP services?

Read more about how we are transforming primary care services in GP practices here​.