Charlton Road Surgery is merged with Woodlands Surgery Greenwich from December 2020. The premises will not be open . All the services will be provided from Woodland Surgery.

Charlton Road Surgery patients no need to take any actions.

Supplying face mask exemption letters to patients

Practices are reporting increases in requests from patients for letters of exemption to wearing face masks in various public settings.

The Government guidance suggests there is no requirement for evidence for exemption. It should be sufficient for someone to declare that they are eligible for an exemption direct with the person questioning them (eg bus driver).

Practices are therefore not required to provide letters of support for those who fall under the list of exemptions, or to those who do not fall under the list of exemptions.

Some transport providers are providing evidence of exemptions themselves, see for example this information from First Bus and Arriva.




Dear All,

In view of Covid- 19 (Coronavirus ) we are taking urgent measures to protect patients and staff. Limiting face to face encounters. As such, from 16/03/2020:

-Total telephone triage

- No Walk-ins(GP doors will be closed )

-Face to face appointments by invite only



(no need to contact 111 or GP surgery)

call 119 - if symptoms worsening or not improved after 7 days

call 999 in emergency



 Greenwich Health Hub ... New GP services for Greenwich residents and Greenwich GP registered patients. Further information available at appointments section...


contact your doctors online and get a response by the end of the next working day


Our Mission

“To provide a caring, friendly service to our patient population and to advise, support and treat them equally, without discrimination”


Woodlands Surgery is open

although our doors are closed

We are operating a telephone triage model only

No Walk-ins are permitted at this time and

face to face appointments are by invitation only

All Prescriptions are being sent electronically to your pharmacy

For Prescription queries please contact your local pharmacy or send an e-mail

We are able to offer telephone and video consultations and face to face appointments, should they be necessary  

NOTE:  Charlton Road Surgery is merged with Woodlands Surgery from December 2020. All the services will be provided from Woodlands Surgery.    

  • Nurses Clinics will be available every morning and two afternoons.
  • A new Dermatology service is being provided on a Friday and
  • A Minor Surgery clinic on a Wednesday
  • Extended hours appointments until 7.30pm on Tuesday ,Wednesday and Thursday evenings. 


Join In

Whatever your thoughts, be sure to let us know . This allows us to ensure that you are getting the best possible service.  Comment boxes are available in both practices or you can go online to our webpage and leave a comment there.


Both Woodland Surgery and Charlton Road Surgery have disabled access for easy entrance to the premises.  Both also have additional ground floor toilets for our disabled patients. Click here  for details on how to find us.

Patient Participation 2019/20

Thank you to everyone who attended our Patient Participation Group (PPG) meetings this year.

We really value your help and support and of course your feedback

Due to COVID-19 we have been unable to have face to face and virtual meetings we will continue to keep you informed by text and telephone.


At our practice we regularly undertake meetings with the willing participation of registered patients who represent the local community across different ages and ethnicity. 

These meetings helps us keep in touch with the needs of our patients and action things where appropriate. 
We welcome interested patients in particular from an ethnic background to help enhance the meetings. 

Please feel free to offer up any suggestions for future meetings or improvements that you think are necessary at the practice. Contact Ahila, the practice manager


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