Accessibility

Chichele Road Surgery

25 Chichele Road, Cricklewood, London, NW2 3AN

TelTelephone: 0208 452 4666

Out of hours: 111

Disability Access

If you have any special needs please let our staff know so that we can help and ensure that you get the same support in the future.

Wheelchair access

The Surgery has been specially designed to make it easier for disabled patients to visit. There are no steps at the entrance of the building giving patients easy access. Due to fire regulations, we do have heavy fire doors, however if you have trouble opening these please ask Reception for assistance as they are always happy to help.

There are several dedicated disabled car parking spaces available immediately outside the front entrance of The Surgery.

We have a wheelchair for patient’s use, at their own risk, should you require one whilst visiting our premises.

We have two disabled toilets –  one on each floor.

Disabled Parking – Blue Badge Scheme

The Blue Badge scheme is for people with severe mobility problems. It allows Blue Badge holders to park close to where they need to go.

Loop System

We have a loop induction system at the reception desk to assist the hearing impaired. For more information on the loop hearing system visit Hearing Link website.

Blind/Partially Sighted

If you or family members are blind or partially sighted we can give you a CD or large print of our practice leaflet upon request. Please ask Reception for further information.

For more advice and support for blind people please see the following websites:

Guide Dogs

Guide dogs are welcome at the surgery but we ask that you be aware of other patients and staff who may have an allergy or fear of dogs.

Further Information:

Other Disability Websites:

Practice Information

Chichele Road Surgery

25 Chichele Road, Cricklewood, London, NW2 3AN

Practice Opening hours

The practice is open during the following times:

Monday08:45-19:45
Tuesday08:45-18:00
Wednesday08:45-18:00
Thursday08:45-18:00
Friday08:45-18:00
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

Practice News

Welcome To Our New Website

Our new website has been designed to make it easy for patients of this Practice to: Get answers to their questions. Quickly access the right help and advice for their needs.

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