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       Dormers Wells Medical Centre


Dormers Wells Medical Centre serves the whole of Southall as well as its surrounding towns. Our team consists of 2 GP partners, 2 Locum GPs, 1 nurse, 1 practice manager, 1 practice secretary, 1 health care assistant, and 5 reception staff.

Dormers Wells Medical Centre offers a full general practice service and run specialist clinics for children and pregnant women, diabetes and asthma sufferers, phlebotomy, ECGs, Warfarin monitoring, ring pessary and coil fitting and for patients needing minor surgery.

At Dormers Wells Medical Centre, we aim to treat all of our patients promptly, courteously and in complete confidence.


Latest News

On the 20th March 2017 a new serive was launched in the Borough of Ealing. This service is called Extended Hours Access.

The service offers patients the chance to be seen by a Doctor or a nurse outside of our practice's core opeing hours. You will not be seen by one of the Doctors from our practice

The service is being delivered in three hubs ( GP Surgeries) across the borough. One in Ealing, one in Hanwell and one in Southall.

Appointments are available seven days a week form 18.30 - 20.00 Monday to Friday and from 08.00 - 20.00 Saturday and Sunday.

All of these appointments are pre bookable.

If you would like to access one of these appointments please contact the practice and one of our receptionists will be happy to help you.


The Friends & Families Test is now available. Please ask at Reception for details.

Please note that the walk in Centre at Featherstone Road has now closed. When the surgery is closed please contact NHS 111 who can advise you where to go if you require treatment when the surgery is closed.

Please click on the link below. It contains very useful information and advice for the public related to maintaining health and well-being, advice on various health conditions, i.e., dementia, diabetes, as well as guidance on exercise, diet and nutrition including video‘s (in different languages) that guide and advise people on various long term conditions such as Memory loss and Dementia, Diabetes, Falls etc and an understanding of how to manage these conditions.

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