Accessibility

Pearl Medical Practice

Pearl Medical Practice, Wembley Centre for Health & Care, Ground Floor, 116 Chaplin Road, HA0 4UZ

TelTelephone: 020 3837 9960

Out of hours: 0300 130 3015 or NHS 111

Chaperones

The Surgery prides itself in maintaining professional standards. For certain examinations during consultations an impartial observer (a “Chaperone”) will be required.

This impartial observer will be a Practice Nurse or Health Care Assistant who is familiar with the procedure and be available to reassure and raise any concerns on your behalf. If a nurse is unavailable at the time of your consultation then your examination may be re-scheduled for another time.

You are free to decline any examination or choose an alternative examiner or chaperone. You may also request a chaperone for any examination or consultation if one is not offered to you. The GP may not undertake an examination if a chaperone is declined.

The role of a Chaperone:

  • Maintains professional boundaries during intimate examinations.
  • Acknowledges a patient’s vulnerability.
  • Provides emotional comfort and reassurance.
  • Assists in the examination.
  • Assists with undressing patients, if required.

Practice Information

Pearl Medical Practice

Pearl Medical Practice, Wembley Centre for Health & Care, Ground Floor, 116 Chaplin Road, HA0 4UZ

Practice Opening hours

The practice is open during the following times:

Monday08:00-18:30
Tuesday08:00-18:30
Wednesday08:00-18:30
Thursday08:00-18:30
Friday08:00-18:30
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

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