Welcome to The Prince of Wales Medical Centre
As well as a source of information about our practice, the staff and the services we provide, we hope you will use this website as a useful resource for other health-related information.
Have a look around our website and please do send us feedback. We can use your thoughts to improve our online service and further develop the website to make it more useful for our patients.
We are sad to announce that after 26 years of serving our local community, our senior partner Dr Ashworth will be retiring in May 2018.
Dr Ashworth has been the lynchpin of the practice for over two decades and has successfully led the practice through many challenges, including the move into our wonderful new building.
He is an incredibly hard-working and caring doctor with exceptionally high standards and we know that he will be sorely missed by patients and colleagues alike. His dedication, commitment and work ethic have been an inspiration for all of us working at the Prince of Wales Medical Centre.
We know you will all join us in wishing Dr Ashworth the very best as he starts a new chapter in his life that we know will be as exceptional and distinguished as the work he has done for the people of Kentish Town.
24-hour appointments booking, checking, and cancellation
Patients can now call our practice on 020 7267 0067 at anytime (day or night) and access our 24-hour automated service for checking their appointment times; cancelling any booked appointments; or even for booking a routine appointment with one of our doctors!
The system asks you to enter both your Date of Birth (in DDMMYY format) and also your phone number: it can then access your appointment details.
Please ensure we have your current phone number so that you can access this service when needed.
Your Named GP
Every patient at The Prince of Wales Medical Centre is allocated a named and accountable doctor who has overall responsibility for overseeing your care. This will not affect your ability to see the doctor of your choice, and your named GP may not be the doctor that you usually see.
You need a pin code to book appointments so please contact the surgery for this. Otherwise if you don't have a pin code you can still order repeat prescriptions by clicking the links below...
(Site updated 18/05/2018)