Welcome to the Yeading Court Surgery website
Yeading Court Surgery welcomes patients living within the practice area, between Kingshill Avenue to Hayes bypass, and Uxbridge Road as far as Lansbury Drive.
We hope you like our new website, and would be grateful for any feedback that you might have. Please use the menus at the top of the page and on the right hand side of the page to navigate our website.
If you have access to our online services, please click here. If you do not have access but would like to be able to book appointments, view your medication history or order repeat prescriptions online, please bring photographic ID with you to the surgery when you next visit.
COVID-19: Yeading Court Surgery have started face to face appointments since August 2020 but with limited sessions. Most of the appointments are still telephone consultations even for emergency appointments. Please DO NOT visit the surgery unless you have been asked to do so. Help us prioritise essential services and vulnerable groups. Use 111.nhs.uk symptom checker and gov.uk on how to stay safe.
Thank you for your understanding
NOTICE TO ALL PATIENTS: FLU SEASON 2020-21 HAS STARTED. CALL THE RECEPTION TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT. (Only children in the age group 2-3 years old will be given their flu vaccination at the surgery. All other age groups will be given at school)
E-CONSULT is a platform that allows the patients to seek self-help information from the NHS through your GP Practice or surgery website. It is an online triage and consultation tool. E-consult gives patients access to self-help allowing them to complete administrative tasks such as requesting a sick/fit note remotely and makes it easier for GP to assess what medical care the patient needs. Services include self-help information, advice or help from local services which may be appropriate for your condition, such as self-referral services or help from your local pharmacy.
Econsult asks you questions about your symptoms or condition, and only takes a few minutes to complete. After filing in some details about you to verify who you are, your econsult is sent to your GP Practice so that they can help you. In having this information upfront, your Practice can decide on the best course of action for helping you manage your symptoms and condition, and this may mean you don’t have to come to the surgery unnecessarily.
If you symptoms sound very serious, the system has been built with the clinical knowledge to know that you may need help more quickly than your Practice can provide – in these cases, it will stop you from completing your econsult and suggest you seek urgent medical help.
One of the key benefits of econsult is that it is available at any time and from any device – meaning you can ask fro advice from your GP without having to queue on the phone or wait for weeks for an appointment you may not need.
For Patient : Kindly click on the link to access e-consult:
Please cancel any appointment made with the healthcare team if you no longer require it. We will then be able to offer the appointment to someone else.