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In the event of an emergency, see the following pages

For a list of emergency, rapid access and urgent care services available to NCL GPs, see below.


RCGP: Community CPR in the Covid-19 world

A webinar recording is available from the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) that considers how cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) should be conducted in a community setting by healthcare professionals.  It discusses the ethical issues of attempting CPR, the debates regarding whether CPR is an aerosol generating procedure and what PPE to wear. It shows exemplar demonstration of adult CPR and discussion of the similarities and differences for children. It also addresses how healthcare professionals can keep their skills up to date. 


For the latest updates on changes to paediatric emergency services in NCL, always check the NCL Covid-19 GP website CYP pages.


To find services in London, including for urgent care, use the MiDoS© search tool


Area specific guidance for Camden

For patients currently experiencing stroke symptoms, dial 999 and the ambulance service will take the patient to the nearest Hyper-acute Stroke Unit (HASU) immediately. For Camden patients, this will normally be UCLH. Aspirin should not be given.

For clinical queries contact: 

Kate Harrison, Royal Free Emergency Department Consultant and GP/Primary Care Lead for A&E
e: catriona.harrison@nhs.net

Royal Free Hospital GP Liaison
e: george.keeble@nhs.net


Area specific guidance for Islington

For patients currently experiencing stroke symptoms, dial 999. Aspirin should not be given.


Area specific guidance for Barnet

Update: Acute admissions at Barnet Hospital (May 2021)

The Acute Admission Unit (AAU) at Barnet Hospital is now open and will provide safe, efficient and expert acute multi-specialty care 24/7 for adult patients meeting the criteria who are under specialty and triaged from ED, referred from primary care/hot clinics/outpatients and via 111 pathways.

GPs are able to refer appropriate patients via the nurse navigator
t: switchboard 020 8216 4600, bleep 2190 (weekdays 8am-6pm). 


For patients currently experiencing stroke symptoms, dial 999. Aspirin should not be given.


Area specific guidance for Haringey

Find telephone numbers for immediate patient care: Emergency or immediate patient care numbers


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Dr Lyann Gross, clinical lead for Emergency, Rapid Access & Urgent Care Services

Camden Borough Urgent & Emergency Care Clinical Lead

Dr Lyann Gross

Dr Barry Subel, clinical lead for Emergency, Rapid Access & Urgent Care Services

Barnet Borough Urgent & Emergency Care Clinical Lead

Dr Barry Subel

Dr Mohammad Choudhry, clinical lead for Emergency, Rapid Access & Urgent Care Services

Enfield Borough Urgent & Emergency Care Clinical Lead

Dr Mohammad Choudhry

Dr Shakil Alam, clinical lead for Emergency, Rapid Access & Urgent Care Services

Haringey Borough Urgent & Emergency Care Clinical Lead

Dr Shakil Alam

Dr Eugene O'Connor, clinical lead for Emergency, Rapid Access & Urgent Care Services

Islington Borough Urgent & Emergency Care Clinical Lead

Dr Eugene O'Connor


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Last updated: Jul 13th, 2021
Review date: Dec 1st, 2021