Protected Learning Time (PLT) Closure Wednesday 21st February 2024

The Practice will close at 12.30pm on Wednesday 21st February 2024 for staff training and it will reopen on Thursday 22nd February 2024 at 8.00am.

For any URGENT reasons which cannot wait while we will be closed for training please call 020 8175 0143, and you will speak to a GP who will assess your problem and arrange appropriate care. For any non-urgent problems please visit our practice website and click on the online consultation link where your query will be dealt with when the practice re-opens.

In a medical emergency, please telephone 999 or for advice, telephone 111

If you have a prearranged appointment at The Well Centre, please enter the lobby and call the intercom for one of their staff members.

Thank you.

Herne Hill Group Practice

Child MMR Text

Please Note

A text was sent by NHS England regarding children and their MMR vaccines, this message was sent in error. If you have received a text regarding your child’s MMR vaccine but your child has already had them please disregard the text message



HIV Testing Week

National HIV Testing Week (NHTW) is our flagship annual event which seeks to promote regular testing in England, particularly among groups most affected by HIV. Regular testing helps to reduce the numbers of undiagnosed people and those diagnosed late, as well as raise awareness and increase knowledge of HIV to reduce stigma.

The campaign strapline is ‘I Test.’, which is featured across all National HIV Testing Week materials. ‘I Test.’ is followed by various sub messages, such as ‘because HIV can affect anyone’ or ‘HIV testing is quick, confidential and free’. These sub messages allow flexibility to explore people’s different reasons for testing, which responds to the needs of diverse audiences.

During National HIV Testing Week, people can order free tests online. They can either order a self test for HIV or a self-sampling kit to test for HIV and syphilis.

Every year, we invite organisations to get involved with National HIV Testing Week in various ways, including running events, providing and promoting HIV testing, and raising awareness of HIV prevention in person and online. HIV Prevention England support participating organisations by providing branded resources such as T-shirts, hats and stickers, as well as information leaflets on HIV prevention.

You can order free resources through the HPE portal:

If you want to find out more about National HIV Testing Week or would like some advice and support about how to get involved, please email