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Easter Bank Holiday

The practice will be CLOSED on Good Friday (30th March) and Easter Monday (2nd April). If you require medical assistance or advice while we are closed, please telephone NHS 111 by dialing 111.

Thank You.


We have been made aware that a neighbouring practice is due to close on 31 December 2017 and that patients have been advised to register at a new GP surgery. We are currently accepting new patients. However, please be aware that you may experience a delay in getting appointments.

For further information on how to register click HERE. Alternatively, you can view the ‘New Patients’ page for online registrations.

East Finchley Medical Practice is a long established GP surgery serving the residents of East Finchley. We are situated just off the High Road on the corner of Baronsmere Road and Park Hall Road.

Our practice enjoys the support of 3 doctors, 2 practice nurses and a healthcare assistant. We offer a full range of primary care services and welcome new patients.

In addition to everything you need to know about the practice you will also find a wealth of health-related information in the menu on the right handside.

Parking and Access

The surgery is within close walking distance from East Finchley Underground Station and Bus Stops on the High Road and Fortis Green. Parking is limited in the surrounding area. There is a disabled parking bay outside the surgery.

DO NOT park in the doctors' bays outside the surgery.

DO NOT park in the surgery parking bay.

DO NOT obstruct entrances and/or driveways

DO observe all parking restrictions.

If you are a wheelchair user or find it difficult to get upstairs please inform us at reception and we will arrange for you to be seen in a ground floor room. 

(Site updated 21/03/2018)
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