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Wembley Park Drive Medical Centre relocation

The current practice was originally established in the 1970s. With the population of Wembley Park growing it has been recognised for some time now that our current building is no longer fit for purpose as it does not provide the required space to deliver all of the services we wish to.

The practice has considered many different options over the years to increase clinical room availability including extending the current building. In 2021 following discussions and a formal process with the Northwest London Integrated Clinical Board (ICB) the practice was approved for a relocation to new health centre within Wembley Park to provide fit for purpose premises for our patients.  

We are delighted to announce that Wembley Park Drive Medical Centre will be moving to large, modern premises in Wembley Park in the Spring of 2024. The new practice will be located at 2 Humphry Repton Lane, Wembley, HA9 0GL.

The New Wembley Park GP Practice

Moving to purpose designed premises provides many benefits to patients and staff, some of which are listed below.

  • Increasing the number of clinical rooms we have from 12 to 19 (15 consultation rooms and 4 treatment rooms)
  • This will assist us in our aspiration to become a large training practice for a number of clinicians providing rooms for trainees to work out of so we can help develop the doctors and clinicians for the future.
  • Room availability for other services such as First Contact Physiotherapists, Clinical Pharmacists and Physician Associates.
  • Enable us to provide more face-to-face appointments as currently at least 12 clinics per week (140 appointments) have to be telephone consultations because we do not have a clinical room for the clinicians to work out of.
  • Better access for disabled patients with premises meeting current Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) regulations and a section of the reception desk at wheelchair height.
  • A separate office where all incoming calls from patients will be taken instead of them being taken at reception in order to maintain better confidentiality for patients.
  • A private room for patients to have conversations with reception staff away from the reception desk if it is requested or required.
  • A group meeting room to host patient consultation groups giving the opportunity to meet more easily in person.
  • Better working conditions supporting retention and recruitment of staff.

We will contact you again, closer to the time of the move, with an exact date for the opening at the new location.

We would be grateful if all patients can ensure that their contact details (address, email and phone numbers) are up to date with the surgery so they can be kept informed of future developments. Update your details with our online form.

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Frequently asked questions

Please see below our frequently asked questions below developed with support of the Patient Participation Group from issues commonly raised by patients and put to the Practice Manager.

Will the practice telephone number remain the same?

Yes, our telephone number will remain the same 0208 903 6033

Will the opening hours change?

Core opening hours will remain the same with telephone lines open for all patients from until 6.30 pm Monday to Friday

What is the location of the new practice?

2 Humphry Repton Lane, Wembley, HA9 0GL.

How far is the new building from the current GP practice?

Wembley Park Medical Practice’s new premises are 0.5 miles from the current practice. According to Google maps this is an estimated 3 min drive or 10 mins walk.

Is there public transport links to the new practice?

Wembley Park underground station and Wembley Stadium Rail station are the local train stations.

Local Bus connections – 83; 92; 182; 206; 223; 440

What about parking?

Wembley Park has parking available for visitors.

Please be considerate when parking and ensure you review all parking restriction rules.

Drop off bays are located next to the practice but these are for drop off only. Please note wembley park area has its own traffic enforcers that will tow or fine cars if not adhering to parking restriction signs.

Disabled parking is available with a number of disabled parking slots available in close proximity to the new practice.

Will disabled access be better?

Yes, the new building provides disabled access for patients and visitors. The GP practice occupies the ground floor with premises featuring wider doors, disabled parking bays, lower reception desks, disabled toilets, plus a hearing loop facility.

Will the reception be more visible?

The reception desk will feel much larger and more open. The waiting areas are significantly bigger than our existing site.

Will patient’s privacy at reception be better?

Yes, incoming calls from patients will not be taken at the reception desk and there will be a private room for patients to have conversations with staff away from the reception desk if it is requested or required.

What happens on a Wembley Park event day?

Disabled bay parking and drop-off bays will remain available on event days. We will adjust accessibility to suit the needs of patients ensuring open access to the practice on event days.

If patients have any further questions please complete feedback form for further questions related to practice relocation.

The New Practice

Images of the site build