Surgery Clinics

If you would like to book one of these clinics, please book your appointment online, or contact us on 0208 460 2661.

Clinics and Services

Antenatal Care

Routine antenatal check-ups are provided by our qualified midwife in the surgery.  These appointments are arranged direct by the midwife.

Asthma & COPD

We have specialist respiratory nurses who provide regular check ups and advice for patients with asthma and COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease).  We advise patients with asthma or COPD to have an annual check up.  Please book an appointment for this.

Cervical Screening

Cervical smears are recommended at three yearly intervals between the ages of 25 and 49 and at five yearly intervals between the ages of 50 and 65.  They are performed by the practice nurses.

Children’s Immunisations

The practice will contact parents to invite babies/children to attend at the appropriate times for child health surveillance and immunisation.  Baby clinics are held on a Tuesday morning.

For comprehensive information on NHS immunisations given to children, please visit the NHS Website: Vaccination Schedule.

The website includes a useful NHS vaccination wall planner giving the schedule of vaccinations and due dates which you can personalise for your child.

Chlamydia Screening

If you are aged between 15 and 24 years of age you are eligible for a chlamydia screening test.  Just ask at Reception for a chlamydia testing kit.  Kits are also available in the communal toilets in the surgery if you prefer. You can take this away with you and post if off yourself.  For more information about chlamydia screening visit NHS Website: Chlamydia.

Coil Service

We provide contraceptive, coil and implant procedures.  Clinics take place regularly.  If you would like to access these services, please speak to Reception.

Please note that patients attending the coil clinic need to ensure they are not pregnant, and should either abstain from sexual intercourse or should use alternative contraception prior to attending the clinic.

Coronary Heart Disease

Patients with coronary heart disease are invited to specialist heart disease clinics held by the doctors and should be seen at least once a year for this.


We offer diabetic patients annual diabetic reviews.  You will be contacted by the surgery when you are due to have one.

District Nurse Service

The district nursing team attached to the practice is responsible for the nursing care of housebound patients in the community.  They can be contacted on 020 8464 8752.

Family Planning

Advice on contraception.  To access this service, please book an appointment with the nurse.  Once started on the pill, your health will need to be reviewed 6 monthly prior to being issued with your next pill prescription.  Please make sure you make an appointment with the health care assistant for these reviews.

Flu Vaccination programme

Please see separate entry under the Services tab called Flu Vaccination Programme

Health Visiting Service

The service offers support and encouragement to families through the early years from pregnancy and birth to primary school.  Every family with children under 5 has a named health visitor.  Information on the health visiting service should be in the personal child health record (Red Book).

Health visitors are qualified nurses who have undertaken further specialist training in child and family health and child development.

Contact them via Bromley Healthcare team at the Phoenix Children’s Resource Centre at or call 0300 330 5777.


Please be aware that patients on  HRT require 6 monthly reviews.  To continue on this type of medication, please book an appointment with a health care assistant.

Infrequent Attenders

If you are aged 16 – 75 and have not seen a doctor or nurse at the practice in the last 3 years, or are over 75 and have not been seen for the last 12 months, you are welcome to make an appointment with a nurse to have a physical health check.  It is useful to have up-to-date information on your medical records to provide baseline information in case you have health problems in the future.

Midwifery Service

A midwife is available within the practice. Midwives are keen to see pregnant women early on in their pregnancy. If you think you are pregnant, you can do a self referral to the hospital of your choice using that hospital’s website.  You will usually be seen by a midwife according to a schedule of appointments.  Please see separate section on the Midwifery Service for details.

Phlebotomy (blood taking) clinics

We offer a very limited number of phlebotomy (blood taking) sessions a week here at London Lane.  It is by appointment only and for patients over 18.

Alternatively, please book an appointment at one of the other surgeries in the area that offer phlebotomy clinics via the Bromley Community Phlebotomy Service.

Clinics available are:

  • Summercroft Surgery – BR6 7AR
  • Ballater Surgery – BR6 0DP
  • Orpington Health & Wellbeing Centre – BR6 0FE
  • Dysart Surgery – BR1 1HN
  • Eden Park Surgery – BR3 4DQ
  • Park Practice – SE20 8QA
  • Orpington Hospital – BR6 9JU
  • Beckenham Beacon – BR3 3QL

If you are unable to book online, please call 0203 930 0245.  Please do NOT call the surgeries direct.

Please note that you will need to pick up your blood test request form from the surgery before attending your appointment at one of the alternative clinics.  We are unable to email out blood test requests forms.

Physiotherapy – Self Referral for Bromley patients

If you are aged 18 years or older and have back, neck, joint or general muscle problems you can self-refer to physiotherapy without the need for a GP appointment.

You can still see your GP to be referred, but self-referral aims to give you rapid access direct (via physioDirect) to a physiotherapy telephone assessment.

The physiotherapist can assess you over the phone to understand your needs and expectations and assist in providing advice and guidance about your condition.  This will include agreeing on appropriate next step in your care. This may be self-management, an exercise class, face-to-face physiotherapy, or an onward referral to hospital.

If you feel you would benefit from this service, all you have to do is call 01689 88 77 10.  The phone lines are open Monday to Friday from 8am-4pm.  Outside of these times you will be able to leave a voicemail and they will return your call as soon as they can.  When you call, a member of the team will register you on their system.  it would be helpful if you could have your NHS number to hand.

For more information, visit the Vita Healthgroup website:

We also have a First Contact physiotherapist based at London Lane Clinic. First contact physiotherapists (FCPs) are specialist physiotherapists with extensive expertise in the clinical assessment, diagnosis and management of musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions. Patients with MSK conditions can bypass the appointment with a GP, and go straight to get help with a specialist physiotherapist. Instead of the traditional method where you are seen by a GP then referred for a physio appointment which can take up to 6 weeks or more, you can book an appointment directly with a physiotherapist via the receptionist, which means you won’t need to wait for a referral from a doctor.


Routine vaccinations for all ages are available during surgery times by appointment with our nurses.



You’re eligible for the shingles vaccine when you’re aged 70 to 79.

When you’re eligible, you can have the shingles vaccination at any time of year.

The shingles vaccine is not available on the NHS to anyone aged 80 and over because it seems to be less effective in this age group.

Find out more here about Shingles

Smoking Cessation Service

It is never too late to stop smoking.  For advice to help you give up smoking, visit the NHS Smokefree Helpline (visit or telephone 0300 123 1044).

Talk Together Bromley

Talk Together Bromley : Improving Access to Psychological Therapies is a free NHS evidence-based talking therapy service for people aged 18 years and over, who are anxious, stressed, have low mood or suffer from depression.  They provide a range of treatment programmes including one-to-one therapy, counselling and group work.

At least one in four of us will experience mental health problems at some stage in our lives.  Problems such as anxiety, low mood, stress and worry can happen for many reasons.

If you would like support from Talk Together Bromley you can refer yourself either by calling 0300 003 3000 or completing the on-line self-referral form on their website


Routine vaccinations for all ages are available during surgery times by appointment with our nurses.

*Please note that London Lane Clinic are currently not administering travel vaccinations.