Exmoor Surgery

Exmoor Surgery, St Charles Centre for Health & Wellbeing, Exmoor Street, London, W10 6DZ

Telephone 020 3772 4996

Practice News

Proposed Merger of a Merger between Exmoor Surgery and The Beacon Practice

Friday, 24 July 2020

 Your views – a proposal for Exmoor Surgery to merge with The Practice Beacon We would like to hear your thoughts on our proposal to merge our practice with our neighbouring practice, The Practice Beacon. The Practice Beacon and Exmoor Surgery will be applying to North West London Clinical Commissioning Group to merge into one […]



Friday, 23 September 2022

The Enhanced Access HUBs within the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea offer our locally registered patients additional access to services in the evenings, weekends and bank holidays. We provide a range of appointments at the HUBs that your GP practice can refer you into including: GP Appointments Nursing Appointments Blood Tests Medication Reviews Cervical […]


IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT – Our telephone number has changed to 020 3772 4996

Thursday, 2 September 2021

Dear Patients, Over the years we are aware that patients have reported difficulties with our telephones.  This is in part due to us being on a very old system that we inherited when the practice moved into St Charles Hospital.   We have for a number of years been trying to move away from this old […]


Merger of Practice Beacon with Exmoor Surgery

Friday, 23 October 2020

Further to recent updates that we have been making regarding the proposed merger of our practice Exmoor Sugery with another local practice, we are writing to inform you that the proposal to merge the practices has been approved. The date for the merger will be 18th November 2020 The Practice Beacon and Exmoor Surgery have […]


Important Patient Information Regarding the Proposed Merger of Exmoor Surgery with The Practice Beacon

Friday, 25 September 2020

In July we wrote to you about a potential merger between Exmoor Surgery and another local practice, The Practice Beacon. We would like to thank all those patients who participated in the Survey and shared their feedback with us. We have collated the feedback received to jointly create a ‘Patient Engagement Outcome Report’ and attach […]


How to manage your Hay Fever

Friday, 1 March 2019

Hay fever is caused by an allergy to pollen. The symptoms of hay fever are caused when a person has an allergic reaction to pollen.