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Emperor's Gate Surgery

49 Emperor's Gate, Kensington, London SW7 4HJ, UK – 020 7244 5670

This surgery is amazingly caring. I moved to the area with my girlfriend 1 year ago and have need to visit the surgery on a few occasions having got the flu virus. Dr King and her team have been fantastic. She even called me on one occasion to see how I was and then demanded I attend the surgery asap as she was concerned about me. I have never known anything like it to be honest. It feels more like the private care we get at work.

Both my husband and myself have been registered with this practice for some twenty years. Over the years the standard of care provided has been truly amazing. Intervention by my husband's GP, Dr Maria Pankhurst, has meant that he had an early diagnosis and subsequent treatment for two different cancers and is now clear of both cancers. Drs Stott and King have both been proactive with looking after us both over the years; their knowledge and sensible advice has helped us both greatly. I always find the "frontline" team of workers courteous and caring; they deal with enquiries in a professional and polite manner. We are fortunate to be registered with a great practice.

Dr R Jenkins - the Lilyville Surgery

630 Fulham Rd, Fulham, London SW6 5RS, UK – 020 7736 4344

While it took a very long time for my registration to be processed with this practice, I have to say that I had one of the best GP interactions I've ever had with Dr Carthy this week. She was highly professional, hearing me out while demonstrating balance and a depth of knowledge and care in her advice.

London Doctors Clinic Private GP

11.10, 20 Eastbourne Terrace, Paddington, London W2 6LG, UK – 020 8712 9378

I found the service offered very useful. I was seen on time, by a kind and interested doctor. I would definitely recommend the London Doctor's clinic.

I arrived around 10 minutes early to the clinic, signed in and told the receptionist my appointment details. I was told to sit down and wait. I was not called for my appointment until 10 minutes after my dedicated time and when I arrived to meet the doctor, it was assumed that I had arrived late as she did not know the reason why I had been called up late and had to rush my appointment. I did not feel entirely welcome because of this delay and was already relatively stressed out related to why I had booked an appointment to see the GP in the first place. The doctor was professional and did all she could to help me and had apologized for the delay. But I think there is some sort of miscommunication between your reception and your doctors. I don't think I will be returning because of this rather uncomfortable experience.

NHS Direct is now NHS 24. Just dial 111 to speak to a professional or click the link below for there self help website. Lots of really useful info but keep clear of heart surgery! If in doubt ask your GP or call 111. Good luck.