This is a long established Wimbledon medical practice, Dr Bellilos was the Principal in 1929. He travelled around on a bicycle, ringing his bell to attract patients from their homes if they needed a doctor. Later, Dr Tudor-Miles joined the practice and also Dr Sven Bather, both doctors leaving the practice for war service between 1939 and 1945. After the war Dr Bather returned from the Navy and Dr Grace Mitchell was the new partner.
Following the introduction of the National Health Service there were initially two surgeries, one in Haydons Road and one in Queens Road but the partnership moved to the present premises, 51 Princes Road, some 30 years ago. The driving force behind this move being Dr Grace Mitchell. Dr Mark O’Neill and Dr John Reynolds joined the practice in the 1960s, retiring respectively in 1990 and 1999.
The Online service allows you to:
- Book or cancel appointments
- Order repeat prescriptions
- View some of your health record
- No phone queue
- It’s quick and convenient
- 24/7 access
How to Register:
Bring 1 photo ID and 1 proof of address to the practice.
You will be given a PIN registration letter
- Simply visit https://patient.emisaccess.co.uk
- Click the green “Register Button”
- You will be asked if you have a registration letter from your practice. Click “Yes”.
- Enter the information from the letter and follow the step by step instructions.
Note:- This service will work in addition to existing services, you can still use the telephone to make an appointment or call in to the surgery to make an appointment or order a repeat prescription.
Click below for online services
Health Help Now
I am delighted to tell you that Merton Health Help Now is now live: www.healthhelpnow-nhs.net. You can download it from the App Store for Apple devices and Google Play for Android devices.
General Opening Hours
Monday - Friday 08.00 - 18.30
Out of Hours
When the surgery is closed, if you need medical advice call NHS 111 by dialling 111.
If it is an emergency please call 999.
Drs Adeyemi, Sharma, Ranaweera, Sharifi & Gangaprasad
No difficulties should be encountered by the disabled in using the surgery premises as there is easy access and assistance is always available if required.