Welcome to St John's Wood Medical Practice Online
The St Johns Wood Medical practice started over 40 years ago and we have been in new purpose built premises with easy access for our disabled patients since January 2008.
We provide comprehensive medical care to all our registered patients, regardless of race, gender, age, religion, sexuality, disability or medical condition. The practice is a member of Central London Healthcare - a cluster of over 20 local NHS practices collaborating to deliver high quality, primary care and to improve NHS community based and Hospital Services on your behalf.
This website will give you and your family all the information you require.
Please read it and save the address for future reference.
Information on this website is intended solely for patients of this practice and is not a substitute for consulting one of our clinicians. Please be aware that electronic transmission of data is not totally secure from interception by malicious people.
Dr Steven Charkin
From March 2015, Dr Steven Charkin will only be working on Mondays, Tuesdays & Wednesdays.
If you have had a positive experience at the surgery please comment at NHS Choices.
We welcome patient feedback on the services we provide to help us improve the treatment and care at the practice.
Please note that we do not have a car parking facility at the practice.
The car park at Grove End Road is for The Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth patients.
The car park at Circus Road can be used as a drop off for patients but is not for patients to park.
The disabled space in the Circus Road entrance is for The Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth patients. Alternative disabled parking is available at the front of the Hospital.
Please do not park in either the Grove End Road or Circus Road car park.
Summary Care Record
Summary Care Records contain details of your key health information - medications, allergies and adverse reactions.
They are accessible to authorised healthcare staff in A&E departments throughout England and can support better, safer prescribing of medication for patients by providing up-to-date information on your allergies, previous adverse reactions and medications.
Patient care can be supported by healthcare staff having faster access to their medical information and patients may not be required to repeat information to different NHS staff treating them.
You will be asked for your permission before anyone looks at your Summary Care Record except in case of an emergency where you can't give permission e.g. if you are unconscious. If this happens, the member of staff will make a permanent note on their computer system to say why they have done so.
You can choose to have a summary care record. If you would like one, you don't need to do anything. it will happen automatically. If you don't want a Summary Care Record, print off a form from the link below, fill it in and hand it in to reception.
For further information go to:
Summary Care Record - OPT OUT FORM
Statement of Intent
Over 60% of GP surgeries in England have already implemented this and 65% of patients nationally now have a Summary Care Record.
We are working with our local IT Projects team to enable Summary Care Records by the end of March 2015. This will happen some time in October / November 2014. When we are given the precise date, we will update this page to let you know.
The Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) is England's central authorative source of health and social care information.
How your information is used and shared is controlled by law and strict rules are in place to protect your privacy.
Please take a moment to read the Patient Data information page on the right of your screen to ensure that you know what is happening and the choices you have.
Record Sharing Leaflet.pdf
GP2GP: The Elecronic Transfer of Patient Records:
By the end of March 2015 your GP Practice will be able to send computer held patient records electronically to a patient's new surgery so they arrive much quicker than the paper notes, helping the doctors and nurses know the best way to treat you. This is called the GP2GP electronic transfer of patient records. The paper notes will continue to be sent via an NHS delivery service.
With GP2GP, your medical record is availale to your new doctor within a few minutes of registrations, enabling much safer care.
For more information abour GP2Gp visit the HSCIC website at:
Please feel free to print out a copy of our practice leaflet to keep handy at home.
Practice Leaflet Tri-Fold V16.pdf
Please feel free to print out a copy of our practice newsletter.
Newsletter 2015 V4.pdf
The Hospital of
St John & St Elizabeth
The practice is located in the Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth – a truly unique independent charitable Hospital with 600 world class consultants and the latest technology able to treat almost any illness. All profits from the Hospital fund their onsite Hospice St Johns, which treats, for free, 800 terminally ill patients every year.
For more information please click on the picture below.
(Site updated 11/05/2015)