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Forty Willows Surgery

Forty Willows Surgery, 46 Forty Lane, Wembley, Middx, HA9 9HA

TelTelephone: 0203 376 3100

Out of hours: 111

Referrals

Why have I been referred?
Your GP will discuss with you and, if appropriate, your carer, about why a referral is being recommended. It is usually because your GP wants a specialist’s help in deciding on the best way to treat your condition. This might involve referring you for tests or investigations that cannot be carried out in a GP surgery. Your GP will also discuss with you what choices there are for where you can be referred.

How will I hear about where and when the appointment is?
GP practices and hospitals use different ways of arranging appointments:

  • Your GP practice may give you a reference number and a password you can use to book, change or cancel your appointment online or by phone. In time, more and more GP practices will refer patients in this way.
  • You may receive a letter from the hospital confirming your appointment. You need to reply as soon as possible and tell the hospital if you can attend on the date offered.
  • Alternatively, sometimes patients receive a letter asking them to phone the hospital to make an appointment with a specialist.

 

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Practice Information

Forty Willows Surgery

Forty Willows Surgery, 46 Forty Lane, Wembley, Middx, HA9 9HA

Practice Opening hours

The practice is open during the following times:

Monday 08:00 -19:00
Tuesday 08:00 -18:30
Wednesday 08:00 -18:30
Thursday 08:00 -19:00
Friday 07:00-18:30
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

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