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Park Royal Medical Practice

Park Royal Medical Practice, Health & Well-Being Hub Primary Care Centre, Central Middlesex Hospital, Acton Lane, London, NW10 7NS

TelTelephone: 020 8961 1183

Out of hours: 111

Bowel Cancer Screening

Tuesday, 1 June 2021

Bowel cancer is the UK’s fourth most common cancer and the second leading cause of cancer deaths. More than 41,000 people are diagnosed and nearly 16,000 die from bowel cancer each year.

Also known as colorectal cancer, bowel cancer refers to tumours in the part of your gut called the large intestine or large bowel. Most people who get bowel cancer are aged over 60.St Mark’s Hospital delivers the National NHS Bowel  Cancer Screening Programme. In Brent. Currently everyone aged 60 -74 is invited for screening and will be sent a home testing kit every 2 years. This will gradually lower over the next few years so everyone aged 50 -74 will be invited. The screening procedure aims to detect and remove polyps before they can become cancerous and can reduce your risk of getting bowel cancer by half.

To find out more information please visit St Mark’s Bowel Screening Website by clicking the link below:

https://www.stmarksbowelscreen.co.uk/fit-kit

Practice Information

Park Royal Medical Practice

Park Royal Medical Practice, Health & Well-Being Hub Primary Care Centre, Central Middlesex Hospital, Acton Lane, London, NW10 7NS

Practice Opening hours

The practice is open during the following times:

Monday08:00-18:30
Tuesday08:00-20:00
Wednesday08:00-20:00
Thursday08:00-20:00
Friday08:00-18:30
Saturday09:00-13:00
SundayClosed

Practice News

NEWS – Blood Test Restriction until 17th September 2021

We have been informed by NHS England that we are to stop all blood taking until mid-September due to a global shortage of blood bottles. The only blood test GP practices will be allowed to do are for potential life threatening situations such as a cancer diagnosis or for high risk medications. If you have […]

Entering to the surgery (Updated 23/07/2021)

Dear Patients, Patients visiting the surgery will still need to wear a face mask, follow social distancing rules, be free of COVID symptoms, sanitise their hands and continue to use the intercom system. Any patients with an exemption to wearing a face mask will be expected to wear a visor. This is to protect the […]