Accessing a GP

The Practice is open between 08:00 to 18:30 and is closed on weekends and bank holidays.  You can still see a member of the practice team up to 20:00 on a weekday or from 09:00 to 17:00 on a Saturday using the Enhanced Access service.

You can access Out of Hours services if you need to see a GP urgently when the Practice is closed.

London Lane Clinic is part of the Bromley Connect Primary Care Network (PCN) together with Dysart Surgery and South View Partnership.  We work collaboratively to ensure that the health care system within our area works effectively by sharing knowledge and resources.

We have now implemented the Bromley Connect PCN Enhanced Access Service.

This means that there are appointments available:

  • Monday to Friday 6.30pm to 8.00pm
  • Saturday 9am to 5pm

You may therefore be offered an appointment at Dysart Surgery or South View Partnership with one of their clinicians.  This means that at times,  clinicians from those other practices will have access to your records but only when providing direct care for you.  Clinicians will be able to view your records and add in consultation notes back into your records.  This is to support your provision of care.

Please note that walk-in appointments are not offered.

Please submit an eConsult.

Please use the right service when you are ill.  Only visit the A&E department in a critical or life-threatening situation.

Enhanced Access

We are now providing additional appointments in the evenings and on Saturdays.

To get one of these appointments, please contact the reception team.

NHS 111

If you need to see a GP urgently when the Practice is closed, please visit or call 111. Your call will be answered by trained operators who will provide advice and direct you to the right local service.

NHS 111 is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Calls are free from landlines and mobile phones. You can call 111 anywhere in England making it easier for you to access urgent healthcare services when you need medical help fast.


In cases of severe emergency, please call 999, more details available here When to call 999 – NHS ( or visit A&E.