Request For GP Letters for PIP
Please note that the surgery will not provide letters for PIP applications (or other benefits). Please see: Quick guide to PIP for health professionals - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk).
We will respond to official requests from PIP representatives sent in writing to the surgery. The surgery can provide patients with a brief summary including problem list and medications free of charge.
Please see our Practice Leaflet for how to book an appointment and some other useful information.
For more information about Appointmentsplease see: https://www.abernethyhouse.co.uk/appointments
Our nurses can provide travel health advice and arrange for appropriate immunisations. Please arrange an appointment for a travel consultation at least 6-8 weeks before departure. Vaccines need time to take effect and some may require a course over several weeks.
For all Travel Vaccination please click Travel-risk-assessment-Form
My Planned Care
Helpful information for patients waiting for clinical opinion, treatment or surgery:
Long Term Conditions (LTC) are health conditions that can impact on a person’s life, and may require ongoing care and support.
Patients living with certain long-term conditions will be encouraged to attend a Yearly Health Check. Long-term conditions are those that impact over a long period of time, such as diabetes and heart diseases. For more informations see New Long Term Condition Service.pdf
Welcome to Abernethy House Surgery
Abernethy House Surgery is a well established GP surgery situated near Enfield town centre in a purpose built premises. The surgery has over 13,000 registered patients and has a complement of eight doctors, three nurses, a paramedic, two pharmacist and several supporting staff (receptionists, secretaries, switchboard operators, etc.). We work closely with a strong team of community services including community nurses, community matrons, domiciliary phlebotomy and palliative care teams.
At Abernethy House Surgery, we strive to provide the highest possible standard of patient care and treatment. We are committed to promoting wellness and aim to prevent disease. We believe that everyone should be treated with dignity and respect and that patients should be at the centre of their healthcare team. We understand that we have a duty to listen and appreciate your concerns and provide you with resources to enable you to make your own lifestyle and healthcare decisions that will optimize you're well being. We value all patients of different ages, backgrounds and cultures.
We are also a GP training practice striving to help future GPs learn how to provide excellent quality of care for patients as they start their career.
We are part of West Enfield Collaborative Network and we work closely with Winchmore Hill Surgery, Park Lodge Surgery and the Town Surgery.