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Newham Transitional Practice - Main Site

NTP delivers comprehensive primary healthcare services on a transitory basis to residents of Newham who have experienced difficulties in registering locally with a GP.

Newham Transitional Practice ELFT Logo
Address

The Centre Manor Park
30 Church Road
London
E12 6AQ
United Kingdom

Opening hours
8am-6.30pm
Telephone number
020 7909 4990

Newham Transitional Practice (NTP) is a GP practice which operates from The Centre Manor Park (Main Site) and Vicarage Lane Health Centre Stratford (Branch) and registered those who find it difficult to register with a permanent GP.

NTP delivers comprehensive primary healthcare services on a transitory basis to residents of Newham who have experienced difficulties in registering locally with a GP. 

Patients registering with NTP are registered with the practice rather than a GP.

NTP achieve well on various quality indicators set both nationally and locally. Cervical cytology uptake exceeds the national target of 80%. Uptake of childhood immunisations exceeds the national target of 95%. Patient feedback states that 96% of patients would recommend the practice to family or friends and the Practice currently has 4 stars on NHS Choices.

NTP have a significant number of patients with substance misuse problems; as part of their healthcare these patients should receive a three monthly health review which the Team achieve at 100%.

  • Vaccination clinics
  • Long term condition reviews
  • Citizens advice bureau
  • Social prescribing
  • Cervical screening
  • Repeat prescriptions
  • Substance misuse clinics
  • Travel vaccinations and support
  • Clinical pharmacist clinics
  • On-site phlebotomy
  • Dressing clinics
  • Physical health checks
  • On-site HIV screening
  • Postnatal clinics
  • Child immunisation clinics
  • On-site pharmacy

NTP also offers a homeless and vulnerable outreach service.

The aim of this service is to provide a comprehensive health screening programme to support the homeless and vulnerable population in and around Newham to engage with their own health issues and most importantly the opportunity of registering with a GP.

Several outreach nursing and GP clinics are held at venues across Newham that are most frequently attended by the homeless and vulnerable population, some of these locations include soup kitchens, probation hostels, temporary accommodation and many more.