Extended Access Service

** Evening & Weekend Appointments - Extended Access**

In addition to the practice opening hours, patients in City & Hackney have access to GP, Practice Nurse, Pharmacist and Healthcare Assistant / blood clinic appointments from 6.30pm - 8.00pm Monday to Friday and to GP appointments from 8.00am - 8.00pm Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays as part of the Extended Hours GP Access Service. These appointments are available at GP practices across City & Hackney. Patients can book these appointments by contacting their own GP practice during opening hours or by calling NHS 111 when their practice is closed. Staff at those practices will have access to your medical records to ensure that you receive the best possible care and support.

Measles Outbreak Extra Clinics:

Please call surgery to book an appointment.

Or refer to the link below:

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This service offers you quick access to your GP practice, where they know you and have your full medical record. We recommend this service instead of going to A&E at the hospital

  1. Phone the surgery and explain to reception that you have an urgent problem
  2. Reception can then put you on the Duty Doctor list
  3. The Duty Doctor will ring you back within 2 hours
  4. The Duty Doctor will decide with you what you need, which could be:
  • Advice over the phone
  • An appointment at the surgery
  • A home visit if you are really not well
  • A referral to another service


Patient Participation Group

Have Your Say!

Would you like to have a say about the services provided at Allerton Road Medical Centre? The Patient Group would like to hear your views.

*** Next PPG Meeting: 25 July 2019 at 4pm ***

If you cannot attend, please email any suggestions to allertonroadmedicalcentre@nhs.net


Patient Notice:

Allerton Road Medical Centre will be having a new door and disabled access panels installed on Friday 7th June, we have been advised that the installation will take the whole day. Therefore there will be limited access into the surgery We will offer a telephone triage system on this day, and if patients need to be seen following a telephone consultation they will be asked to attend the surgery by the GP. Patients can also do online consultations. Prescriptions will be sent electronically to patients nominated pharmacy. We thank you for your co-operation

Privacy notice

To download this information as a leaflet click here

To download the children’s information leaflet click here

To download the full Hurley Group Privacy Notice click here

What is a privacy notice?

A privacy notice is a statement that discloses some, or all, of the ways in which the practice gathers, uses, discloses and manages a patient’s data.

It fulfils a legal requirement to protect a patient’s privacy

Why do we need one?

To ensure compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Hurley Group must ensure that information is provided to patients about how their personal data is processed in a manner which is:
• Concise, transparent, intelligible, and easily accessible
• Written in clear and plain language, particularly if addressed to a child; and
• Free of charge

What is GDPR?

The GDPR replaces the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC and is designed to harmonise data privacy laws across Europe. To protect and empower all EU citizens’ data privacy and to reshape the way in which organisations across the region approach data privacy.
The GDPR comes into effect from 25th May 2018

How to we communicate our privacy notice?

The Hurley Group privacy notice is displayed on our website, through signage in the waiting room and in writing during patient registration (by means of this leaflet)

We will
• Inform patients how their data will be used and for what purpose
• Allow patients to opt out of sharing data, should they so wish

What information do we collect about you?

We will collect information such as personal details, including name, address, next of kin, records of appointments, visits, telephone calls, your health records, treatment and medications, test results, X-rays, etc. and other relevant information to enable us to deliver effective medical care.

How do we use your information?

 Your data is collected for the purpose of providing direct patient care; however we can disclose this information if it is required by law, if you give use consent, or if it is justified in the public interest. The practice may be requested to support research; however, we will always gain your consent before sharing your information with medical research databases unless we have to do so by law.

Maintaining confidentiality

 We are committed to maintaining confidentiality and protecting the information we hold about you. We adhere to the GDPR, the NHS Code of Confidentiality and Security, as well as guidance issued by the Information Commissioners Office (ICO)

Risk Stratification

 Risk stratification is a mechanism used to identify and subsequently manage those patients deemed as being high risk or requiring urgent or emergency care. Usually this includes patients with long-term conditions e.g. cancer. Your information is collected by a number of sources, including the Hurley Group; this information is processed electronically and given a risk score which is relayed to your GP who can then decide on any necessary actions to ensure that you receive the most appropriate care

Invoice validation

Your information may be shared if you have received treatment, to determine which Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is responsible for paying for your treatment. This information may include your name, address and treatment date. All of this information is held securely and confidentially; it will not be used for any other purpose or shared with any third parties.


 You have a right to object to your information being shared. Should you wish to opt out of all data collection, please contact a member of staff who will be able to explain how you can opt out and prevent the sharing of your information. NHS Digital will enable an online national data opt out from the 25th May 2018. Information can be found out https://digital.nhs.uk/services/national-data-opt-out-programme

Accessing your records

 You have a right to access the information we hold about you, and if you would like to access this information, you will need to complete a Subject Access Request (SAR). Please ask at reception for a SAR form and you will be given further information. Furthermore, should you identify any inaccuracies, you have a right to have the inaccurate data corrected.

What to do if you have any questions

 If you are unsure about patient data and want to know more, try this easy to understand website https://understandingpatientdata.org.uk/what-you-need-know

Should you have any questions about our privacy policy or the information we hold about you, you can:

  1. Contact the practice’s data controller via email at the practice, GP practices are data controllers for the data they hold about their patients
  2. Write to the data controller at the practic
  3. Ask to speak to the practice manager


 In the unlikely event that you are unhappy with any element of our data-processing methods, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the ICO. For further details, visit www.ico.org.uk   and select ‘Raising a concern’.

We regularly review our privacy policy and any updates will be published on our website, in our newsletter and on posters to reflect the changes