Homeless Medical Centre Health E1

Health E1 Homeless Medical Centre
9 - 11 Brick Lane,
London ,
E1 6PU ,
A General Clinic, a Substance Misuse Clinic and a Mental Health Clinic are all available. For full details of days times and hours of services please check the practice website here:

Health E1 is a specialist health service for people who are homeless in the London E1 area, and can register people from E2, E3. Weekday drop-in GP surgery, with afternoon appointments available. Most service users are based in or around Tower Hamlets.

We register people who are street homeless or those in temporary or hostel accommodations in the borough of Tower Hamlets.

Patients registering with Health E1 are registered with the practice rather than a particular GP.

Clinics:

  • General Clinic
  • Substance Misuse Clinic
  • Mental Health Clinic

 

Services that are available include:

  • Blood pressure checks
  • Blood tests
  • Flu & pneumonia vaccinations
  • Help with drugs & alcohol problems
  • Help with anxiety, depression, worries and bereavement
  • Mental health
  • Family planning advice, contraception, morning after pill, pregnancy tests or condoms
  • Cervical Smears
  • Dressings, removal of stitches or leg ulcers
  • Sexual health advice
  • HIV or sexually transmitted diseases
  • Travel advice and vaccinations
  • Repeat Prescriptions
  • Smoking Cessation Clinic.


People who are street homeless, sofa surfing or in hostel accommodation in the borough of Tower Hamlets can be registered at the centre. 

People who are street homeless, sofa surfing or in hostel accommodation in the borough of Tower Hamlets can register at the centre. 

When you register at Health E1 Medical Centre your first point of contact may be with a Nurse Practitioner. All of our nursing team have undertaken advanced training to look after many of your health needs that previously only a doctor could do.

When registering you will be asked for a medical card or some other proof of your identification. If you do not have any, please discuss this with the receptionist.

As part of registration with the practice we ask you to attend a new patient health check with our health care assistant. This involves answering some questions and undergoing a simple health check.

We have access to language shop for telephone interpreting. We can also book face to face interpreters for booked appointments.




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