GP Practice, 1st Floor, 116 Chaplin Road Wembley, HA0 4UZ
T: 020-8795-6150/51 | F: 020-8795-6171

Patient Services:

A General Practitioner (GP) is your family doctor and is the main point of contact for general healthcare for NHS patients. GPs here are highly skilled doctors who support patients throughout their lives. They help you to manage your health and prevent illness and are trained in all aspects of general medicine. This includes child health, mental health, adult medicine, the diagnosis and management of acute medical and surgical problems and the management of long term health conditions such as diabetes and asthma, ophthalmology (eyes), ENT (ear, nose and throat) and dermatology (skin).

Here GPs assess, diagnose, treat and manage illness. They carry out screening for some cancers and promote general health and wellbeing. GPs act as a patient’s advocate, supporting and representing a patient’s best interests to ensure they receive the best and most appropriate health and/or social care.

Our GPs are also involved in the education and training of doctors, practice staff and other healthcare professionals.


Children Services

Our nurse provides childhood immunisation service. Please book an appointment with our nurse, we do not run a specific clinic and will try to accommodate you with a suitable time.

The current routine vaccination schedule is:

2 months
Diptheria, tetanus, pertussis (whooping cough), polio and Hib (Pediacel – thigh)
Pneumoccocal (PCV Prevenar – thigh)
Rotavirus (Rotarix – Oral)

3 months
Diptheria, tetanus, pertussis (whooping cough), polio and Hib (Pediacel – thigh)
Meningitis C (Men C – thigh)
Rotavirus (Rotarix – Oral)

4 month
Diptheria, tetanus, pertussis (whooping cough), polio and Hib (Pediacel – thigh)
Pneumoccocal (PCV Prevenar – thigh)

12-13 months
Hib/Men C (Hib/Men C – upper arm/thigh)
Pneumoccocal (PCV Prevenar – thigh)
MMR (MMR – upper arm/thigh)

From 3 years 4 months
Diptheria, tetanus, pertussis (whooping cough), polio and Hib (Pediacel – thigh)
MMR (MMR – upper arm/thigh)

Girls aged 12-13 years old (normally vaccinated at school)
Cervical Cancer HPV (Upper arm)

Around 14 years old (normally vaccinated at school)
Tetanus, diphtheria and polio (Upper arm)
MenC (Upper arm)

We also provide new born baby checks normally between 6 to 8 weeks.


Womens Health

At Premier Medical Centre we understand the complexities of women’s health and are dedicated to providing treatment and advice for women of all ages, in an open, friendly and supportive environment.

We fully support the national cervical smear programme in order to minimise women's chances of developing cervical cancer. From the ages of 25 to 64 years, women are called every 3 years for a cervical smear. We send out SMS reminders to our patients who are due for cervical screening on a regular basis.

If you have had unprotected sex or are worried that you have had a contraception failure please arrange an appointment with a doctor or nurse practitioner and we will see you ASAP. We may be able to offer you something to limit your chances of becoming pregnant up to 5 days after.

IUCD Fitting:

The intrauterine contraceptive device (IUCD) is an effective method of contraception which is also known as 'the coil'. Dr Sushila Notaney performs IUCD Fitting in the practice. Please book an appointment with her.


Immunisation and Vaccination Services

We offer following immunisation and Vaccination services to our patients.

  • Childhood Immunisation

  • Rotavirus

  • Shingles (Aged 70, 78 and 79)

  • Pneumococcal (Patients who are at risk OR All Patients over the age of 65 years)

  • Meningococcal ACWY (Hajj, Umrah Travel) [£30 charge per vaccine]

  • Meningitis B

  • Influenza (Patients who are at risk OR All Patients over the age of 65 years)

  • Hepatitis B (3 course vaccine, £25 charge per vaccine)

  • Hepatitis A

  • MMR Measles Mumps and Rubella

  • Typhoid

  • Travel Vaccinations and Advice

  • Malaria Tablets

  • REVAXIS (diphtheria, tetanus and polio vaccine)

  • Whooping cough (medically known as pertussis) for Pregnant Women


Chronic Disease Management Reviews

We offer chronic disease management reviews appointments for long term conditions such as

  • Diabetes Review

  • Asthma Review

  • Blood Pressure/Hypertension Review

  • COPD Review

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis Review

  • Depression Review

  • Mental Health Review

  • Dementia Review

  • Heart Failure

  • Stroke and Transient Ischaemic Attack

  • Atrial Fibrillation

  • Learning Disability Check

  • Osteoporosis

  • Chronic Kidney Disease

  • Cancer Care Review

  • Peripheral Arterial Disease


Cardiology Services (ECG,24Hr BP)

An electrocardiogram (ECG) is a simple test that can be used to check your heart's rhythm and electrical activity.

For 24hr BP: is where your blood pressure is tested automatically around every 30 minutes over a 24-hour period using a cuff attached to a portable device worn on your waist.
ABPM can help to give a clear picture of how your blood pressure changes over the course of a day.

We performed both ECG and 24hr BP monitoring in the practice. Please ask GP for more details.


Stop Smoking

Our stop smoking services are free, friendly and can massively boost your chances of quitting for good.
You will normally be offered a one-to-one appointment with an adviser. Please ask reception to book one today with our HCA or Nurse.
At your first meeting with an adviser, you'll talk about why you smoke and why you want to quit, as well as any attempts you've made to quit in the past. You'll also be able to decide on a quit date.
At your first session, you'll also discuss NHS-endorsed stop smoking treatments available to help you.
These are nicotine replacement products - including patches, gum, lozenges, inhalators and mouth and nasal sprays - and the stop smoking tablets Champix (varenicline) and Zyban (bupropion).


NHS Health Checks

The NHS Health Check is your chance to get your free midlife MOT. For adults in England aged 40-74 without a pre-existing condition, it checks your circulatory and vascular health and what your risk of getting a disabling vascular disease is.

As we get older, we have a higher risk of developing something dangerous like high blood pressure, heart disease or type 2 Diabetes. Your NHS Health Check can spot early signs and help prevent these happening to you, which mean you'll be more likely to enjoy life for longer.

Please book one today with our HCA or nurse.


Minor Surgery (Joint Injections)

We provide various joint injections services in our surgery. Please ask reception for more details.



If you provide care and support to an adult friend or family member, you may be eligible for support from your local council.
This support could include being offered money to pay for things that make caring easier. Or the local authority might offer practical support, such as arranging for someone to step in when you need a short break. It could also put you in touch with local support groups so you have people to talk to.

If you are a Carer, please inform reception and arrange a carer health check with our HCA. You are also eligible for free flu vaccination. For more information about Brent carers, please call on 0203 8027070.


Interpreting Service

The Practice will always try to book an interpreter from a local Interpreting Service for booked appointments with the Doctor or Nurse for patients who do not have sufficient understanding of English to ensure a successful consultation. Please make it clear to the receptionist if you are booking an appointment for someone who will need an interpreter.


Non-NHS Private Service

It is important to understand that many GPs are not employed by the NHS; they are self-employed and they have to cover their costs - staff, buildings, heating, lighting, etc. - in the same way as any small business. The NHS covers these costs for NHS work, but for non-NHS work, the fees charged by GPs contribute towards their costs.

The Government’s contract with GPs covers medical services to NHS patients, including the provision of ongoing medical treatment. In recent years, however, more and more organisations have been involving doctors in a whole range of non-medical work. Sometimes the only reason that GPs are asked is because they are in a position of trust in the community, or because an insurance company or employer wants to ensure that information provided to them is true and accurate

BMA suggest fees for non-NHS work which is not covered under GP’s NHS contract, to help GPs set their own professional fees. However, the fees are guidelines only, not recommendations, and a doctor is not obliged to charge the rates suggested. The BMA recommends that GPs tell patients in advance if they will be charged, and how much. It is up the individual doctor to decide how much to charge. Surgeries should have lists of fees available for patients.

Please note:

  • Not all documents need a signature by a doctor, for example passport applications. You can ask another person in a position of trust to sign such documents free of charge.
  • For Passport and naturalisation applications a GP has to have known the patient or in the case of child the parents for a certain period of time. The GP has the right to refuse if he/she has not known the patient for the defined period of time or if he/she feels they would not be able to recognise the child from the photograph.
  • Do not expect your GP to process forms overnight: urgent requests may mean that a doctor has to make special arrangement to process the form quickly, and this will cost more. Please be aware that some reports may take more time, as the doctor might have to check the patient’s entire medical records. Carelessness or an inaccurate report can have serious consequences for the doctor with the General Medical Council (GMC) or even the police.
As from 1st July 2018
Written report without examination

15 minutes


45 minutes



OFSTED Health Declaration Report (Childminder) 90.00
Electronic reports (iGPR) 30 mins -1 hour 66.00-132.00
To Whom it may concern letter 24.00
HGV PSV PCV 132.00
Private Consultation (extras for meds issued)
Per 10 minutes
Pre-Employment Medical 132.00
Insurance Medical 165.00
Report on a pro forma no examination (eg20mins) £89.50
Written detailed report without examination(eg 30mins) £132.00
Racing Driver/ Scuba diving medical 132.00
Fitness to attend School/ University 54.00
Elderly Driver Medical and Certificate 80.00
Seat Belt Exemption 50.00
(Under GDPR, access would be free, but admin costs would be applicable if the request is excessive)
Certificates and Forms
Total (£)

Passport and Naturalisation Form


Fitness to exercise / travel letter (no medical)


Fitness to travel (with examination)


Shotgun Licence


Seat belt exemption


Freedom from infection certificate


Driving licence countersignature


Private sick note (any sick note within the first 7 days is private)


Letter to airline regarding medication etc.


Short letter to Bank / Building Society / Housing / Council etc.


Cancellation of holiday claim form


Private Prescription


Medical Insurance certificate (e.g. BUPA, PPA, PPP)


Adoption and Fostering

Adoption fees are usually paid by the prospective parent, sometimes by the adoption/fostering agency or authority. This needs to be established prior to your appointment

Form AH – Health assessment, Prospective Carer


Form AH2 – Adult Health Update, Parent


Overseas Visitors (those not eligible for NHS treatment)

Private consultation (20 minutes) (costs of drugs and dressings will be additional)

Travel Vaccinations Hepatitis B or ACWY £25.00