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South London's Parsons Green is a very busy area, with health services expected to cater for a large number of people every day. This means that if you're looking for a doctor's appointment, you might be waiting a while.
Push Doctor's online walk-in service helps you avoid this problem. Instead of sitting in a waiting room for hours, you can use your smartphone, tablet or desktop device to see a doctor in minutes and get the medical advice you need.
Appointments are available from 6am until 11pm every day, including bank holidays and weekends, so you can get an out of hours appointment without taking time off work.See a Doctor Now
Brilliant service...“Highly recommend Push Doctor. I booked an appointment for 8:10am and had my prescription at the chemist by 9:30am. The doctor was lovely, all in all an excellent service.” Kristy Merner, 23/7/16
You may think that you need a physical examination for your doctor to reach a diagnosis. In fact, 80 per cent of patients can be diagnosed without the doctor needing to be in the same room as you.See a doctor
If you'd still like to visit a walk-in centre in Parsons Green, there is one at the north corner of the park, a short walk from Parsons Green tube station.
This walk-in centre frequently deals with a very high number of visitors, and will not usually treat children.
5-7 Parsons Green, Fulham, London, SW6 4UL
Tel: 020 8102 4300
Monday - Friday: 08:00 - 20:00
Saturday - Sunday: 09:00 - 13:30
Bank Holidays (except Christmas Day, Easter Sunday and New Year's Day): 09:00 - 17:00
CE Harrod Pharmacy is found on New King's Road, which runs right through Parsons Green and into Kensington. You can collect prescription medication and buy over-the-counter products.
207 New King's Road, Fulham, London, SW6 4SR
Tel: 020 7736 2174
Dr Crème has nearly 20 years of experience as a GP.
She has worked in central London for much of that time and treated patients from all over the world.
"I became a Push Doctor because I'd like to believe that high quality medical care is available to a lot of people."
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