Latest News and Announcements (February 2015)
Hello and Goodbye
We are pleased to welcome two new doctors to our team. In July 2014 the Abbey Medical Centre was approved by the London Deanery as a training practice for GPs of the future. We are delighted to welcome two specialist trainees in General Practice, Dr Renee Hoenderkamp and Dr Nadiah Al-Ammar, to the practice. They will be part of the practice team for 12 months and 6 months respectively.
We are sad to say goodbye to Simone Hurley, an invaluable member of our admin team for the past four years. We would like to thank her for her dedication and hard work and we all wish her well in her future career.
Each month the Abbey Medical Centre website will highlight a local charity, group or organization which serves the needs or interests of our local community. This month we focus on the South Hampstead Ethical Food Co-operative which provide fresh organic fruit and veg in NW8, for local people by local people, at affordable prices.
In Camden there are proposals to share your health data. The team at the Abbey Medical Centre believe that all of our patients should know about these proposals.Click here for further information.
Can you limit your sitting and sleeping to just 23.5 hours per day? Click here to find out more. Watch this interesting video answering the question “What is the single best thing we can do for our health?”
Click here to find out how to join the Abbey Medical Centre.
The Abbey Medical Centre runs a stop smoking clinic and there are also a number of stop smoking services available across Camden for our patients.
The Camden Weight Management Service (called Apples & Pears) is available for all adults and children in Camden who would like help to lose weight.