Welcome to The Muswell Hill Practice
The Muswell Hill Practice is situated on Dukes Avenue in North London, serving the community around Muswell Hill and Alexandra Palace.
We are part of The North Central London CCG and NW Haringey PCN.
The Muswell Hill Practice is open and seeing patients!
* Please note that all calls to and from the practice are recorded for monitoring, training and quality purposes.
Amazing building news!
It is with great pleasure that we can announce we have secured a new building to move into early summer 2022!
The new building is 54 Muswell Hill, N10 3ST, just a short walk from our practice, at the top of Muswell Hill. We thank all those stakeholders who have supported this project.
This will be purpose built and we have worked with architects to design the new building to fit our needs in providing 21st century healthcare. It is bigger than 1 Dukes Avenue with more consultation rooms and admin space.
All the patient services will be on the ground floor with 2 further floors devoted to administrative work and remote consulting.
If you want to follow developments with the building, sign up to our Instagram account the_muswell_hill_practice for regular updates and join our Patient Participation Group!
Please click here for a list of Frequently Asked Questions about the new building.
Our next Patient Group Meeting & a survey
Our next Patient Participation Group meeting will be on 23/05, Monday, at 19:00.
It will be done remotely and it is open to all of our patients.
Please click here to register.
Please would you help us by completing this short survey about our opening hours
Cancer Symptoms and Screening
North Central London CCG would like to reassure you that the NHS is open for you during the coronavirus pandemic, so if you are worried about any unusual symptoms you may be experiencing that could be cancer, please contact your doctor.
You may be offered a telephone or video consultation instead of a face-to-face one, and you will only be asked to come to your GP practice or go to a hospital if it is safe to do so. Chances are it is nothing serious, but finding cancer early makes it more treatable.
National data opt-out
The national data opt-out is a service that allows patients to opt out of their confidential patient information being used for research and planning.
Please click here to access the NHS Digital website and follow the steps required if you would to opt out.