Welcome to Mildmay Medical Practice
We aim to provide a welcoming, caring, non-discriminatory and safe setting for high-quality community based medical care.
We envisage our role as a partnership between the doctors and staff at the Mildmay Medical Practice are proud to offer a high standard of patient-centred healthcare.
- the clinical and non-clinical staff of the practice
- the wider multi-disciplinary team
- our patients, their families and carers
We run many clinics to manage chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services, including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and well-person check-ups.
NHS 111 - Check your symptoms online
If you think you need medical help right now, 111 online can tell you what to do next.
111 online will not give you a diagnosis, but they will direct you to the best place to get help for your symptoms.
You might be advised to:
• go to an urgent treatment centre or A&E
• get help from an evening and weekend GP
• contact an emergency dentist
• get urgent specialist mental health support
• look after yourself at home
Children's Vaccination Clinic
The UCLH will be running a children's vaccine clinic on Tuesday 12th November which will cover the COVID vaccination, nasal flu, MMR vaccine and Polio vaccine.
If you are interested and would like to book in, please click here.
Cost of living support
If you need guidance or support with the recent raise of the cost of living, please check the websites below as they are prepared to offer information or assistance to differrent groups of people.
Cost of Living Support - Islington - The council website is a valuable repository of information, building upon and raising awareness of the wide range of support already in place across Council and partners. Staff can be contacted by phone 020 7527 8222 or email on email@example.com.
Age UK – Cost of Living Guide produced, Islington Citizens Advice includes Crisis First Aid advice, training, information and support
Help on Your Doorstep - taking a preventative approach, working with Islington Giving on individual grants that have come through so far providing factual information to residents on their options and choices they have.
Manor Gardens Welfare Trust - Islington Food Partnership includes groups of VCFS organisations that are now offering food banks, food hubs, food co-operatives, etc.
Your next poo could save your life
Bowel cancer is one of the most common cancers. Screening – which you do in private at home – can help prevent bowel cancer or find it at an early stage when it’s easier to treat.
We are supporting a London-wide campaign to encourage more patients to do their free NHS bowel cancer screening home test, which checks if you could have bowel cancer.
People who are the right age are sent a free NHS FIT (Faecal Immunochemical Test) kit every two years. You use it to collect a small sample of poo and post it back to an NHS lab.
Screening can help prevent bowel cancer and find it at an early stage when it’s easier to treat. People who complete their screening are 25% less likely to die of bowel cancer.
The kits are for people with no symptoms and most people get the all-clear.
If you are aged 56, 58 (on or after 16 May 2022) or 60 to 74 and we have your correct address, you will be sent a kit every 2 years. Please use it. By April 2025, bowel cancer screening kits will be for everyone aged 50 to 74 in England.
To find out more and hear from other Londoners about their experience of bowel cancer screening, visit www.healthylondon.org/bcs
If you have symptoms of bowel cancer which last for three weeks or more, please contact the practice and ask for an appointment.
Have you done all you can to protect the health of your baby?
Keeping up to date with vaccinations helps to protect your baby when they need it most.
Immunisation prepares the body to fight serious infections that might happen in the future. Young babies are very vulnerable to infections, so they need to be protected as early as possible.
Your child needs several different vaccines to be fully protected, so it’s important to complete their childhood immunisation programme.
Enhanced Access to General Practice
From October 2022, there will be some changes in how general practice work to better serve our population.
A short guide has been created to better explain what changes. Please download it here.
At the end of the guide, there is a link to an anonymous survey, where you share your views.
My Planned Care
My Planned Care gives you advice and support while you wait and helps you to prepare for your hospital consultation, treatment, or surgery.
This includes giving you information about waiting times at your hospital and other supporting and local services while you wait.
This site is updated weekly and can be viewed by anyone, which means you, your family or carer as well as your NHS team can all see the latest information.
Your hospital team will be in touch with you as soon as they can. If you are looking for an update, please check this website before contacting your hospital or GP.