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Yiewsley Health Centre
20 High Street
West Drayton

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If you have any special needs please let our staff know so that we can help and ensure you get the same support in the future.


There are disabled access facilities available at this surgery and disabled toilets.

A wheelchair is available for those who require it for their visit.

We would ask that you let us know if you need help as your disability may not be a visible one. We would also welcome any suggestions you may have in making your visit to the surgery easier.

See our disability access policy


  • Car Parking
  • Cycle parking
  • Disabled parking

Out of Hours

Extended Access Service

With Improved Access you can now see a GP or other healthcare professional during:

  • weekday evenings between 6.30pm and 8.00pm (some practices offer early morning appointments)
  • Saturdays and Sundays/Bank Holidays

These appointments offered could be:

  • At your registered practice
  • At another local GP practices
  • At another local NHS service - such as a General Practice Hub

Extended Access Hubs
There are now appointments with GPs and nurses available to book outside of the standard GP practice opening hours. Ask at reception for availability.

  • Eastcote Health Centre Hub, Abbotsbury Gardens Pinner Middx HA5 1TG. Weekdays 6.30pm to 8pm. Saturday 12-4pm. Sunday 12-4pm.
  • Clover HUB at HESA Primary Care Centre, 52 Station Road Hayes UB3 4DD. Weekdays 6.30pm to 8pm. Saturday 4-8pm. Sunday 8-12pm
  • Uxbridge Health Centre Hub, George Street Uxbridge Middx. Weekdays 6.30pm to 8pm. Saturday 8-12pm. Sunday 4-8pm.

Who can book these appointments?
Improved Access appointments are available for all patients regardless of where they are located. This means that patients can be seen by a clinical professional 7 days a week, 52 weeks of the year.

How can I book an appointment? 
In order to book these appointments, you contact your surgery reception staff as normal.

Life Threatening

Call 999 or go to A&E now if:

  • you or someone you know needs immediate help
  • you have seriously harmed yourself - for example, by taking a drug overdose

A mental health emergency should be taken as seriously as a medical emergency.

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Urgent But Not Life Threatening

Visit an urgent care centre if:

  • You have an urgent medical issue requiring on the day attention

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Use NHS 111 if:

  • You need help now, but it's not an emergency

There will be someone to provide you with advice and to direct you to a clinician if it is necessary.

Visit NHS 111 Online