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Lee Health Centre , 2 Handen Road , London , SE12 8NP, Telephone: 020 3049 2180, Fax: 020 3049 2181

   Our Services


Maternity Services

Maternity services; Self-referral for maternity services - you do not need need to see a GP for maternity referral, please follow the link for self-referral.

Children’s Development and Immunisation Clinic

Child Health

The Surgery offers a 8 weeks baby check and post natal check for mothers, and immunisations to your children.  Please register your new baby with the surgery shortly after delivery as the babies have to be registered prior to the appoinment.

Recommended immunisations are:

BCG  birth to 28 days -see health visitor regarding this (not available from GP practice)

Diphtheria, Tetanus, Polio, Whooping Cough and HIB (5 in 1)

DTaP/IPV/Hib,HepB, PCV, Rotavirus, Men B      2 mths old
DTaP/IPV/Hib HepB, Rotavirus                           3 mths old
DTaP/IPV/Hib,HepB ,PCV, Men B                       4 mths old                    
Hib/Men C, MMR, PCV, Men B                           12 mths

2nd MMR                                                        18 mths--ie 3 months after the 1st dose
DTaP/IPV                                                        3 yrs 4 mths old
Td/IPV +Men ACWY                                      13-18 yearsa

HPV (Cervical Cancer) given to girls and boys aged 12-14 and is done by the School Nurse, 

Your health visitor will discuss these with you.
Immunisation Helpline: 0207 138 1444 

Well Baby Clinics

Tuesday           9.30 – 11.00am    Child assessments, weighing and advice with health visitor-yellow zone in Lee Health Centre

Thursday          13.00 – 15.00pm    Advice and weighing with health  visitor

Immunisations with Nurse Maria Dadzie by appointment.
These clinics are for well children only.  If your child is sick please speak to the reception and arrange an aletrnative day with the nurse.It is never too late to catch up with vaccinations.

Cervical Smear

Women are advised to have a smear every three years.  This is a quick and painless procedure and can help to identify any problems early.  There is a recall system from NHS cervical smear screening department which informs the patients to make appoinment for smears . Please act upon the requests to ensure your health.  Appointments can be made with the Practice Nurse for smear tests.

Adult Clinics

Our Nurse Practitioner runs clinics on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday by appointment only.  The aim is to keep you well, monitor your progress and give advice on:

  • Anti-smoking
  • Asthma
  • Hypertension
  • Travel Advice and Immunisation
  • NHS Health checks (can also be done at the local pharmacy)
  • Diabetes
  • Diet/Weight
  • Childhood Immunisations
  • Smear Tests
  • Family Planning -please speak to receptionist before booking appointment with the  nurse)


Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) -  IAPT services provide evidence based threatments for people with anxiety and depression.patients can self refer  to the above services by accessing from the website below.

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