Welcome to The Muswell Hill Practice

We are in Muswell Hill, North London.

We are part of the North Central London ICB (Integrated Care Board) and North West Haringey Primary Care Network (PCN).

 As well as information on this website, we have an Instagram account and a Facebook account


We have been rated 'Outstanding' following a recent CQC inspection The Muswell Hill Practice - Care Quality Commission (cqc.org.uk)


                                     Please note that all calls to and from the practice are recorded for training, monitoring, and quality purposes. 

front building

Our address is 54 Muswell Hill, London N10 3ST


We have been happily operating in our new building since 22 August 2022.


We are in a purpose built building, having worked with architects to design the new building to fit our needs in providing 21st century healthcare.

All the patient services are on the ground floor and are fully accessible.

We have 2 further floors devoted to administrative work and remote consulting.

We have 2 bike hoops outside our practice.

Please note that we have no parking spaces for patients other than the disabled parking.

Please do not park in the resident bays outside our building or at Duke Mews, as there is no car access via this route. 

Patient Participation Group Meetings

Our last Patient Participation Group meeting was on 29th January 2024

We welcome new members.


For more general information about the patient group and previous minutes please click here

Strike action 24-28/2/24

Choose the right NHS service for you and your family

If you need medical help during planned strike action, please use NHS services wisely to make sure care is available to those who need it most.


Strike action is taking place from 7am on the 24 February to 11:59pm on the 28 February 2024. This will mean that NHS services will be busier than normal, and some appointments may be cancelled. Please attend your booked appointments unless you are told otherwise.


Make sure you have enough of any medication you need, and remember, your local pharmacist can advise on minor medical problems. You can find your nearest pharmacy at NHS.uk


If you have a health concern that is not life-threatening, support is available at NHS111 online or by phoning NHS 111. If it is a life-threatening emergency such as serious illness or injury, you should still call 999.

For frequently asked questions, please click here

Opening Times

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Cancer Symptoms and Screening

If you are worried about any unusual symptoms you may be experiencing that could be cancer, please contact your doctor. 

You may be offered a telephone, video consultation or a face-to-face appointment. Chances are it is nothing serious, but finding cancer early makes it more treatable.

National data opt-out

The national data opt-out is a service that allows patients to opt out of their confidential patient information being used for research and planning.

Please click here to access the NHS Digital website and follow the steps required if you would to opt out. 



MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella)

Measles cases are rising in England this year.  If your child is not fully vaccinated, please book in for an appointment with our nurses.

  1. One vaccine

The MMR vaccine is a single injection that is administered into the thigh of young children or the upper arm of older children or adults. It is a live vaccine which means that it contains weakened versions of measles, mumps and rubella viruses. These have been weakened enough to produce immunity without causing disease.

  1. Two doses

The MMR vaccine gives long lasting protection with just two doses of the vaccine. The first dose is given at the age of 12 months and the second dose is given at around three years and four months, before starting school. Having both doses gives long lasting protection against measles, mumps and rubella. In adults and older children the two doses can be given with a one month gap between them. 

  1. Three infections

The MMR vaccine protects against three infections; measles, mumps and rubella. These are viral infections that can quickly spread to unprotected children and adults – they spread more easily than flu or the common cold.