Eagle House Surgery is following guidance to try and contain/minimise the spread of COVID-19.

For safety of patients, staff and families we are only booking appointments for urgent clinical requirements. Telephone appointments will be used for all other requirements. You will be notified when the status has changed, and EHS is confident that the environment is safe to do so.

If you have a communication requirement and would like us to arrange an interpreter or a British sign language interpreter for you, please send us a request by using the e-Consult on our home page. We will then arrange this service for you.

For the latest Covid-19 advice please visit If you think you may have Covid-19, please do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital. Use the NHS 111 online service at to find out what to do next. 

Specialist Clinics

In addition to our normal surgeries we also run a range of dedicated clinics. Some clinics are aimed at preventing health problems, such child immunisation clinics. Others are designed to help patients cope with long-term conditions. These clincs include: 


These are run by the Practice Nurses.  

Diabetic Clinics

 These are run by Dr Catherine Aimiuwu on Tuesday afternoons with the assistance of Sister Belinda Taitt.

Child Immunisation Clinic

Please check with the Practice Nurse if you need any immunisations.  For adults immunisations, please speak to the Practice Nurses. 

Child Health Surveillance

6 week checks are carried out by Dr. Catherine Aimiuwu.


These are run by the Practice Nurses.

Cervical Smear Tests

The practice offers a cervical smear screening service to patients between the ages of 25 and 64.  Patients aged beetween 25 and 49 years of age will be invited for screening every 3 years, and those agred between from 50 and aged 64 will be invited to attend for a test every 5 years in line with guidance issued by the Department of Health.

The smear is normally undertaken by a Practice Nurse in a booked appointment. All eligible new patients will be offered an appointment for a smear test (if this is due) when they attend for their New Patient Health Screening. The test results are usually available after about six weeks. Please ensure you attend for this important but simple test. 

Smoking Cessation

Please ask the Receptionists about local clinics. 

Travel Clinics

These are run by one of our Practice Nurses on Thursday afternoons and Friday evenings. Fees are chargeable for some travel vaccinations.  Please ask at reception for more information.  We are a registered Yellow Fever Centre and offer Yellow Fever vaccinations, for which a fee is payable for this vaccination. 

Other Services

Contraceptive Care

All the GPs and Practice Nurses provide contraception advice. Family planning clinics are run on a regular basis by appointment only. Coil insertions and implants need to be pre-booked with a GP and a Practice Nurse. If emergency contraception is required (the morning after pill), please request an appointment within 24 hours. On weekends the emergency morning after pill is available from chemists and from the Walk-In Centre at the North Middlesex Hospital. 


A Dietician works at the surgery once a week in conjunction with the Diabetic Clinic. Appointments are made via a GP referral.

Minor Surgery

Some of the GPs undertake minor surgical procedures, which can save a long wait or an unnecessary visit to the hospital.  These are available on a pre-booked basis only.

Physiotherapy Clinic

Physiotherapists who are employed by Enfield Community Services provide an outreach service at the surgery. Referrals to the service are made by a GP and booked through a central booking service.



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