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Patient Access is provided by our clinical system supplier. It allows our patients to book appointments, request repeat prescriptions and send doctors secure messages. These messages will be responded to within 48 hours and you must actively log on to view this. You need to register in person at the practice for this service. Please bring a form of photo ID to register.  If you request a prescription and it is rejected please contact us.


Do you have any compliments, suggestions or complaints about the practice?  We value your feedback.


We have created an online questionnaire to gain patient views on our services and to target areas of improvement. The questions have been compiled with input from our patient group BPSPLG. We would really value your thoughts.

Welcome to Balham Park Surgery

Click here for information on how to register as a patient at Balham Park Surgery


Health and Social Care Information Centre 

Please note: The collection of care data by the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) is not related to the Summary Care Record (see below for further information on this).

The Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) was set up as an Executive Non Departmental Public Body (ENDPB) in April 2013.   One of their responsibilities is collecting national health and social data.   Please see the NHS website link below for more information on how this affects you:
Download the patient information leaflet (PDF, 344Kb)
Information Leaflet with Opt-Out Form

You can also opt out using this website:

There is an NHS video which you can view here:

If you have any further queries, a national helpline has been set up which you can call: 0300 456 3531

Summary Care Record

A Summary Care Record is an electronic record which contains information about the medicines you take, allergies you suffer from and any bad reactions to medicines you have had. Having this information stored in one place makes it easier for healthcare staff to treat you in an emergency, or when your GP practice is closed.  

The upload of Summary Care Records began in September 2013.  If you wish to opt out of having your medical record becoming part of the Summary Care Record please print and complete the opt-out form which is available here, or collect a form from Reception.  For further information please visit the NHS website:

Download the Summary Care Record patient leaflet (PDF, 232Kb)

Balham Park Surgery

Balham Park Surgery Reception Team
A wam welcome from our friendly Reception Team

We have been at this site since 2002. All consulting rooms are located on the ground floor. The patient waiting room benefits from air conditioning and is large with a designated area for children. Reception is fitted with an induction loop to assist people who are deaf or hard of hearing. The first floor is occupied by the Managing Partner, psychology services, our administration centre and district nursing team. We have a large Education Room for public and staff meetings.

We are a dynamic forward thinking training  practice. Our Partnership includes GP's a Practice Nurse and Non-Clinical Manager. We have 17 GPs, 4 Practice Nurses and 2 Health Care Assistants, a Phlebotomist, and a Health Care Support worker . We train GP Registrars annually who are fully qualified, experienced doctors studying more about General Practice before becoming a GP. We also train medical students from St Georges Healthcare.

We have as part of the wider team; Health Visitors (offering childhood surveillance), a District Nursing team (providing care to housebound patients), a Physiotherapist, Substance Misuse Nurse and Psychologists. 

The practice has other health care professionals visiting the practice; these include a Pharmacist to provide medication reviews and an Exercise Advice specialist. The practice is supported by highly skilled administrative and reception staff.

We were the first practice in England to achieve the Royal College of General Practitioners 'Quality Practice Award', have been awarded 'Investors in People' for training and developing staff and are disability symbol users.