Flu vaccinations:  Please note that people in the 50-64 year old age group will not be vaccinated until November/December, providing there is sufficient vaccine, and no appointments will be offered for this age group until then.  This is to ensure that those who are most at risk are vaccinated first.  If you are 50-64 and you are in one of the other groups which is eligible for the flu vaccinations, for example you have a health condition which puts you at risk from the flu, you will be invited earlier.

Practice announcement:  We are happy to announce that Dr Shruti Rustgi will be joining the practice as GP Partner from 1st September 2020.  Patients previously registered with Dr Okon will be transferred to Dr Rustgi from that date.

Practice announcement:  We are sorry to inform you that Dr Okon will be leaving the practice at the end of August 2020 due to a change in her personal circumstances.  Dr Okon's last day at the surgery will be Thursday 13th August.  We will update on the arrangements being made to cover her post as this becomes available.

IMPORTANT:  If you are asked to attend the surgery for a face to face appointment, please arrive wearing a mask or face covering (i.e. a scarf).  This is only optional for children under the age of 5.  We need to retain our surgical face masks for clinical staff as much as possible, so are grateful for our patients for abiding by this request.

My Care Record:  Privacy Notice – Coronavirus (Covid-19) Response Addendum.  This notice describes how we may use your information to protect you and others during the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, and it supplements our main Privacy Notice (Fair Processing Notice).  More information available here.


On line booking:  Please note that we have suspended all on-line appointment booking for the time being.  This is because on-line booking does not allow for triage/screening of appointments, so this has been necessary to safeguard both our patients and our staff.  Please accept our apologies for any difficulty this creates.

Repeat Prescriptions:  From 1st April 2020 you will no longer be able to order your repeat prescriptions from your local pharmacy or via another third party.  Requests for repeat medication should be made direct to the surgery via any of the following options:

Please do speak to a member of the reception team if you have any queries regarding this change.

Coronavirus Information for the Public

For the latest information and advice please follow this link :

This website also contains up-to-date advice for people returning from a specified list of countries, which can be found here: 

Extended access appoinments

Extended Access


GP and Nurse appointments are now available in your area during the evening and at the weekend.  To book an appointment, contact your Practice.  For more information, visit

Adult with cystitis symptoms?

If yes, please complete this questionnaire and hand it in with a urine sample (in a labelled, small and closed container) at reception. Please do NOT hand the sample to reception staff but place in the designated receptacle.

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Aiming to provide effective and compassionate healthcare: A practice with Christian ethos.




 Dr I K Adiukwu, Dr H J Ebdon,

Dr K Singh, Dr P Y A Chun, Dr S Rustgi,

& Ms Katie Francis (Managing Partner)

Website updated:  19 March 2020

In response to the rapidly evolving situation both locally and nationally, Beauchamp House Surgery has implemented our Covid-19 Action Plan. This means a change in the way we will be dealing with patient contacts until further notice, to reduce footfall at the surgery premises in an effort to protect our most vulnerable patients, whilst caring for the whole population. 

National Guidance for Suspected Coronavirus Cases:

  •        The government has put is place a policy of SELF ISOLATION for any patient with a new onset cough or fever, that could be attributed to Covid-19 infection. Patients well enough to remain at home and ALL HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS should self isolate for 14 days. If any other household member who is already self isolated develops symptoms, they should remain isolated for 7 days from the inset of their symptoms EVEN IF this means for longer than 14 days in total from when the first household member became symptomatic. Patients well enough to remain at home WHO LIVE ALONE should self-isolate for 7 days per current guidance
  •        If a patient is concerned that they are not well enough to remain at home with these symptoms then they should use the online NHS111 assessment tool or dial NHS111.
  •        Testing for Covid-19 will only occur if a patient requires hospital admission. Please do not contact the surgery to request testing.

Your Appointment:

  •        Please do not attend the surgery to request an appointment or make any enquiry. This is for the protection of our patients and our staff.  Please do not be offended if our receptionists decline to deal with your matter face to face and ask you to leave the premises and call us. We thank you for your patience and understanding at this incredibly busy time.
  •        We have suspended online bookings for the time being.
  •        Video consultations may be conducted if you or someone with you has internet access and a suitable mobile device and our clinical staff deem it necessary.
  •        Face to Face GP and nurse appointments will only occur when deemed necessary by a GP or nurse who has assessed the patient via telephone first. Patients will be asked to inform our reception staff of the reason for their appointment request to assist us in assessing the urgency of the call back.  Please be aware that GPs may telephone at any time on the day of your appointment or in advance of your expected appointment day, as we work to deal with the appointment demand. 
  •        Any patients with a fever or respiratory tract infection symptoms who are directed to us by NHS 111 will be telephoned by a GP. In the event of one of these patients needing to be seen at the surgery, they will receive instructions from the GP on when to attend the surgery and how to gain access. The GP who assesses the patient will be wearing apron, glove and mask as provided by Public Health England.  This is intended to protect both the patient and the GP.
  •       All Long Term Condition Clinics g. asthma, COPD and Diabetes are suspended with immediate effect. If any patient with a long term condition feels they need assessment they can request a call from a GP or one of our trained nurses.
  •       We will only be carrying out ESSENTIAL services that CANNOT BE DELAYED and this decision will be made by our clinical team.

Request for contact details

  •      IT IS VITAL WE ARE ABLE TO CONTACT OUR PATIENTS IN A TIMELY AND EFFICIENT MANNERWe continue to fully respect our patients confidentiality but if you are willing to be contacted via SMS text message or EMAIL please inform any of our staff when you speak to us.

Other Surgery Services:

  •       Our home visit policy remains unchanged. Patients will only be visited in their home if they are known to be housebound. Patients requesting a home visit will be contacted by a GP via telephone before a visit is confirmed.
  •        Our prescribing policies remain unchanged. Telephone requests for medication are not accepted. We encourage you to download the NHS app, use SystmOne online if you have password access, or make a request in writing. We WILL NOT issue more than a two month supply of any medications under any circumstances.  Stockpiling of medication is unacceptable.  Medication will not be issued when there is not a clinical indication e.g. inhalers. GPs and our prescribing clerks are working to ensure that repeat medications are up dated without delay but please bear with us at this time of high demand.

We thank our patients for their understanding during this period of uncertainty, and our staff for their continued dedication and hard work in caring for our patients.

The Partners


Beauchamp House Surgery is now using DoctorLink.

We have been looking at how we can improve access to Practice services; DoctorLink is our on-line service where you can:

  • access advice
  • request appointments online

Sign-up is simple and you can create an account here: 

For all urgent appointments, we ask that you undertake a symptom assessment through DoctorLink.The symptom assessment will ask you a number of questions to help identify your problem.The outcome of your assessment will direct you to the right treatment, whether emergency care, your GP, nurse or self-care.If your outcome suggests that an appointment is required at your GP practice, you simply click on the 'request an appointment' button.Once the request has been submitted, you will then be contacted by the Reception Team to arrange an appointment within the identified timeframe (as outlined in the outcome of your symptom assessment).The information you provide will be shared with our clinical team (where appropriate) and will assist in providing robust information of your problem to the required clinical team member prior to your appointment.


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