19 Tudor Road ,
Hackney, London, E9 7SN


020 8510 4490

Opening hours

8.00am - 6.30pm Monday to Friday. Closed Saturday and Sunday

Greenhouse GP Primary Care Practice

Who we are

 The Greenhouse Practice provides care to people living in hostels or supported accommodation, rough sleepers, and people who spend a significant amount of time on the street or in other public places. 
We also support the hidden homeless, such as people in squats or ‘sofa surfers.’

Greenhouse GP practice is run by the Trust in partnership with Groundswell, a charity which works with homeless and vulnerable people. Both organisations have considerable experience of the challenges which face homeless people and in supporting vulnerable individuals. The practice consists of doctors, nurses and administrative staff.

Visit the Greenhouse GP Surgery website to make contact or organise a consultation with a GP>>

Please be aware that because of the current situation regarding COVID19, consultations may be conducted remotely. 

You can call us to book an appointment or walk in to be seen.

We welcome referrals and contact from hostel/shelter staff, pharmacists, healthcare providers, social care workers, providers of soup kitchens, anyone who has a concern about someone they know.

The Greenhouse GP Practice shares premises with Hackney Housing officers who offer sessions throughout the week

We work closely with social care workers in identifying homeless people, developing comprehensive care plans, work towards reducing rough sleeping, reducing emergencies admissions, and worsening medical conditions.

We are involved in the teaching and training of other health professionals to better understand the needs of homeless people


Like other GP surgeries, Greenhouse will provide all the usual medical care services including:

  • Physical health assessment    
  • Mental health assessment
  • Management of existing conditions   
  • Investigation and diagnosis of new symptoms
  • Cervical screening     
  • Contraception services
  • Vaccinations 
  • Some maternity services

We provide consultation rooms for partner organisations to provide housing and legal advice, social justice, education, benefits, debt counselling.

  • We aim to provide the highest quality of care to all our patients regardless of their background
  • We treat every patient holistically- this means looking at social, psychological and physical reasons when trying to deal with their problems
  • We will listen to you and support you to move forward, and identify support to enable you to reach your goals
  • We will work with you and for you to prevent you losing your home due to the symptoms of mental illness (and other social and economic problems)
  • If you are admitted into hospital, we will work with the necessary authorities to prevent you becoming homeless
  • We will work with organisations that have expertise with supporting homeless people, providing office space and facilities to become a one-stop hub for help


Clinical speciality:

Primary Care Support to Homeless People

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