70 Years of the NHS NHS Kingston



Kingston CCG commissions 21 GP practices in Kingston to provide free primary care health services for local residents. 

When it’s not an emergency, your GP is the best port of call for most health enquiries.

How can I find a GP?

To find a practice enter your postcode into our primary care service finder on the home page.

You should usually be registered with a GP to get an appointment, with the exception of walk-in centres.

List of Kingston area GPs

How do I register?

If you are not registered with a GP, you can sign-up with a local GP practice.

You do not have to provide ID when registering with a GP, but it is helpful to do so.  It is helpful if you can provide at least one of the following documents when registering with a GP:

  • Passport
  • Birth certificate
  • HC2 certificate
  • Rough sleepers' identity badge
  • Hostel registration/mail forwarding letter


Who can register with a GP?

Anyone who is legally and ordinarily resident in the UK can register with a GP. 

If you have come to the UK from abroad you will normally have to have been resident for a period of a year.

Out of hours

All GP practices in Kingston are also open on Saturday mornings.  If you feel unwell when your GP practice is closed you should call your GP practice for an emergency contact number or alternatively call NHS 111.

Urgent treatment centre

An urgent treatment centre is appropriate for conditions such as injuries, fevers, eye problems or suspected broken limbs.  The Kingston Urgent Treatment Centre can be found at Kingston Hospital. 


Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group, 2nd floor, Thames House,
180 High Street, Teddington, TW11 8HU
Tel: 020 39419900
Email: kingstonccg.communications@swlondon.nhs.uk

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