Emergency, Rapid Access & Urgent Care Services

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Here are the emergency services in Camden, as well as urgent and rapid access clinics covering a range of conditions.

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


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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: Dec 24th, 2020
Review date: Dec 1st, 2021