Job vacancies at Thurleigh Road Practice

Job Vacancies at Thurleigh Road Practice

Reception Manager
Full time (37.5hrs) – Monday to Friday.

​Are you someone with previous experience of managing and leading a team who is looking for a new challenge working in a friendly, caring and forward thinking team?

An exciting opportunity has risen to join our Practice as a full time Reception Manager.

We welcome candidates that are enthusiastic and possess a “can do” attitude, who have the drive and leadership skills to ensure we provide a first class front of the house service to our patients.  You must be someone who can work independently as well as part of a team and who is flexible.  We offer training and development opportunities as well as a competitive salary based on experience.

To apply, please visit ​ Job Advert (

Closing Date:  16th June 2022.

Queen's Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday opening times 2022


The Practice will be closed on Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd June 2022.

Prescription requests – we ask for you to email these to the practice email address, these will be dealt within our normal process.
Requests before Bank holiday weekend for guaranteed collection must be submitted by Tuesday 31st May 4pm.

Outside of our opening hours, please call 111 for medical support.
Or use Doctorlink – to check your symptoms 24/7 and when a consultation is needed, book appointments online with your NHS GP Practice.
And remember only call 999 if it is a life-threatening emergency. You can also consider using your local pharmacy for non-urgent Health advice.

Pharmacy Name Address Postcode Telephone Number Opening
Fulham Pharmacy 608 Fulham Road, Fulham SW6 5RP 020 7736 4126 10:00-14:00
Vitelow Pharmacy 26 Clapham Road, Clapham SW9 0JG 020 7735 2730 12:00-16:00
Tanna Pharmacy 14 Southlodge Avenue, Mithcam CR4 1LU 020 8764 6107 10:00-14:00
Tooting Pharmacy 175 Upper Tooting Road SW17 7TJ 020 8672 5843 10:00-14:00
Barkers Chemist 49 Falcon Road, Battersea SW11 2PH 020 7228 1701 10:00-14:00

Public Holiday 2022

Please note the surgery will be closed on the dates listed below:

2 June Thursday Late May Bank Holiday
3 June Friday Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum
29 August Monday August Bank Holiday
26 December Monday Boxing Day
27 December Tuesday Christmas Holiday

If you require medical assistance on these dates, place visit NHS 111 ONLINE, call NHS 111 or in event of an emergency call 999.

Why are GP practices working differently?

GP practices are open but the pandemic is not over

In South West London there are still thousands of people getting Covid-19 every week, with many being admitted into hospital and some into intensive care. Local GP practices treated people throughout the Covid lockdowns and continue to do so. We must make sure our practices are safe for our staff and protect patients who need to attend in person.

How are practices working now?

When people need seeing face to face this should happen as quickly and safely as possible and it is important that people are assessed first to decide who needs:

  • to be seen in person by one of the team
  • a phone consultation
  • a video consultation
  • help from a community pharmacy or another health service

We also want to avoid asking people to travel to practices, where they may come into contact with unwell or infectious people, when this is not essential.

How can I contact my GP?

You can still telephone your GP practice but, if your practice offers it and you are able to, the best thing to do is to use an online service on the practice website. You will then be contacted with the best appointment for you.

If you need help with minor injuries at any time or urgent care when your GP practice or pharmacy is closed visit or dial 111. 111 can also book out of hours appointments.

You can access NHS 111, contact your practice and get your Covid Pass using the NHS App. Search NHS App in your app store.

Why do receptionists ask personal questions?

GP reception staff are skilled professionals and ask questions to make sure you see the right person at the right time and treat all information confidentially. If you don’t want to speak on the phone, you can use the online service on the practice website, if your practice offers this.

I wanted to see my GP, so why am I seeing someone else?

Many GP practices now include a range of professionals like physician’s associates, nurses, practice pharmacists and paramedics who can help you. This means you can often be seen more quickly and if you then need to be seen by your GP they will organise this for you.

Where else can I get help?

Always dial 999 in a life-threatening emergency.

Visit for advice on common symptoms and a list of local services or speak to your community pharmacist first for advice on minor illnesses