Please bear with us in these challenging times.

We ask you not attend the surgery unless you have a booked appointment. Please keep consultations with clinical staff or reception staff brief. Please wear a face covering and keep a distance of 2 metres away from staff and other patients as much as possible. This is to keep yourself and staff safe.

Medical Advice

The medical advice is constantly changing and most can be accessed online:

If you have symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19), you can request for a test to check if you have the virus. This is called an antigen test. Please visit the NHS website for more information on how to book a test. Please note that COVID-19 tests are not provided at the surgery.

Use the 111 service for advice.

Advice for children

If you have concerns about your unwell child please contact the surgery for an initial telephone assessment and support. Government advice about school attendance can be found on the Website and advice from the Haringey council is found on the Haringey London Website.

Advice about pregnancy

Advice if you are pregnant can be found below:

Practical Advice

You do not need to contact the surgery for an isolation note, these can be accessed online:

Please visit the Queenswood Medical Practice website for a generic patient isolation letter

You do not need to contact the surgery for an mask exemption note. Please visit the Government website for more information.


If you are worried about the impact of coronavirus on your money, accessing essential items or accessing the support you need, please call our Connected Communities line on 020 8489 4431. This line is open Monday to Friday, 08:30-18:30. Please also see the Haringey Connected Communities website for more information. For any COVID-19 information and support in Haringey, please visit the Haringey London website.

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