The Pinn medical centre (PMC) has closed its doors temporarily to walk in patients due to the coronavirus outbreak.
From March 28 the centre is open only to acutely ill patients and to people who cannot be redirected elsewhere.
The PMC is available to registered patients for initial telephone consultations and booked face to face consultations where necessary.
Unregistered patients wishing to have an appointment need to call 111,once they are confirmed as a non Covid-19 risk they are likely to be given a face-to-face consultation based on their condition and the availability of clinical staff.
Patients will be informed of the Pinn’s change from a walk in to a GP access service via text from the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and from messages posted on both the CCG and PMC websites.
A message posted on the official website said: “The partners wish to extend their apologies for the very short notice but these are exceptional times and they felt they needed to act quickly to support the CCG and all Harrow patients in the fight against Covid-19.
“The trustees of the Pinn Medical Centre Patients’ Association (PMCPA) wish to reassure you that you are not alone. We cannot face this fight against Covid-19 as individuals. We must strive to support each other as best we can.”