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Welcome to Sidcup Medical Centre

We are a Total Triage Practice. This means that your queries/requests received via eConsult will be assessed and a decision will be taken to the most appropriate course of action.


If you need someone to talk to but not sure who to turn to for support and advice, our Mental Health Practitioner Jenny who works at the Practice 2 days a week can help with issues relating to; Low Mood, Fustration, Depression, Anxiety, Sleeping Difficulties and more. Please call the Practice if you would like to book an appointment.

eConsult - Contact our Doctors Online

Please complete an eConsult if you would like to book an appointment with the Doctor or Nurse Practitioner.

eConsult is available Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 6:30pm, excluding Bank Holidays.

Please call the Practice if you would like to book an appointment with the Practice Nurse (Smear Test, Childhood Immunisations, Travel Advice, Dressing Change etc...)

If you are unable to complete an eConsult, please call the Practice and we will arrange for a dedicated Administrator to call you and complete an eConsult on your behalf.

Out of Hours

If you require support when the Practice is closed (Evenings, Weekends and Bank Holidays), you can still use eConsult for Self-Help and Pharmacy advice regarding your condition.

If you have a medical problem and you're not sure what to do please call 111 or visit

For medical emergencies please call 999. For example; Chest Pains, Significant Shortness of Breath or a Suspected Stroke.


Sick Certificate

You should not require a Sick Certificate from your Doctor for the first 7 days of your sickness. However your employer may require you to complete a Self-Certification (SC2)

For any illness lasting longer than 7 days, you may need to see or speak to a Doctor to obtain a Sick Certificate or for Subsequent Renewals.

Please DO NOT ask your Doctor for a Sick Certificate if you are off work because of Coronavirus. You can Apply for an Isolation Note to send to your employer as proof you need to stay home. Your employer can check the validity of a isolation note using the Check an Isolation Note Service

(Site updated 08/08/2022)
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