The Soho Square Surgery
health & well being in the heart of London
The Soho Square Surgery
The Soho Square Surgery

First floor
30 Soho square (entrance via 1 Frith st.)

tel.  020 7 534 6570
fax. 020 7 534 6566 


If you have any comments, general enquiries or would like to know how to register with us then please email us at

Reception times

Mondays - Fridays: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm 

GP Appointments & Times

Our GPs are:        Dr. Claire Bassilious
                                Dr. Alan Kim
                                Dr. Chris Bark

9-9.30am urgent
9-9.30am urgent
9-9.30am urgent
commuter clinic
9-9.30am urgent

9.30-11.30am booked

9.30-11.30am booked

9.30-11.30am booked


9.30-11.30am booked

11.30-12pm telephone consults & extras

11.30-12pm telephone consults & extras

11.30-12pm telephone consults & extras


11.30-12pm Extras & telephone consults

ad-hoc extras & telephone consults
& telephone consults
Telephone triage/consults
telephone consults

Any Extra Patients will be triaged and seen if deemed ‘urgent’ or ‘immediate & necessary’

Nurse Appointments & Times
9am-12pm booked & telephone
booked & telephone
booked & telephone
1pm-4pm booked & telephone
booked & telephone

For advice & information out of regular clinic hours please call 020 8969 7777 or visit:

Repeat Prescriptions

Repeat Prescriptions login

Registration with the surgery

All UK residents have the right within the NHS to be registered with a GP Surgery. We are delighted to accept new patients living in our Practice area onto our list. Usually that includes people in the following post-codes W1, WC1 and WC2 and parts of NW1, W2 & SW1.

Commuter Patients (currently suspended) 
For full details regarding this service please telephone us or visit our Surgery. 

If you wish to register with us, please telephone us or visit our surgery and talk to one of our receptionists.


Alternatively fill in a pre-registration form and visit our Surgery regarding registration and new patient health check with the nurse.


To help in the registration process, please download a registration form.


You will need to complete a registration form for each member of your household. It would be a great help if you could bring with you your up-to-date medical card. If you cannot find it, don't despair, but please ensure you know the following details so that a registration form can be completed:

  • Full name, (including previous names)
  • last GP name and address
  • Date and place of birth
  • Last address
  • New address and post code

At least one proof of Identity is required (e.g. Passport, Driving License) and one document of proof of your place of residence e.g. Utility Bill, Rent Book, Tenancy Agreement etc.

Medical Record

Your medical record will automatically be recalled from your previous Surgery when you register here. It may take up to 8 weeks for your record to arrive so we ask you to also complete a New Patient Health Form.


We ask all new patients to complete a questionnaire about their health to ensure that the Doctors and Nurses here have a brief personal history and an understanding of your health needs before your full record is available. Please give as much information as possible, and please include immunisation details for children. If you are not sure whether you have completed your forms correctly, please ask the Receptionist.

Keeping us up-to-date

Please let us know of any change in your name, address or telephone number.

Temporary Residents

The doctors are prepared to see any of your family and friends who need a doctor when they are staying with you. Similarly, when you are away from home in the UK you can visit any local doctor as a temporary resident, without having to register.

Health matters

Our Practice Nurse is Xerina Rahaman.


She will be able to offer expertise in a variety of clinics, some of which include:

  • Travel advice and vaccinations
  • Infant and adult immunisation. We recommend the full programme of vaccinations for 0-5 year olds, If you have concerns about any vaccination, feel free to consult the health visitors, doctors or nurse.
  • Cervical smears. Routine three & five-yearly smears are done by our practice nurse. We recommend the patient rings for a convenient appointment.
  • Dressings and removal of stitches
  • Clinics to monitor blood pressure, asthma and diabetes.
  • Phlebotomy routine
  • Specialist blood testing

The practice nurse can also advise on the following:

  • Sexual Health
  • Contraception
  • Stop smoking
  • Weight loss
  • Healthy eating
  • Influenza vaccination, beginning each Autumn.
  • Drug monitoring – Warfarin, Lithium, Epilepsy medication and drugs for rheumatology and others as required.

Appointments with the practice nurse may be made by telephoning the main surgery number: 020 7534 6570


We are always available to offer professional advice.

Travel Advice

Try and make an appointment with our Practice Nurse at least six weeksin advance of travel for our nurse to advise & assess on all the necessary vaccinations and malaria prevention for ANY destination worldwide. Most of the vaccinations can be done at the surgery. Please note that, although the advice is free, some vaccinations are not available on the NHS and there will be a charge for malaria prescriptions.

Keeping well after hours

What to do when you are unwell and the surgery is closed

Self-care – A well-stocked medicine cabinet with medicines in date will help with many common complaints, such as coughs, colds, minor cuts and bruises. Keep medicines out of children’s reach and always follow instructions on the label. If the symptoms do not go away or they get worse you should contact your pharmacist or call the surgery number 0207 534 6570 or call 111. 


Ensure your medicine cabinet is well stocked with: paracetamol, anti-diarrhoeal medicine, rehydration mixture, indigestion remedy, plasters and a thermometer


For internet information on all aspects of health and health care, go to  It allows you to check your symptoms, check hundreds of conditions and treatments and find telephone numbers and addresses for most NHS organisations, including hospitals and GPs. Alternatively you can review your symptoms and get great information at


Call 111- NHS 111 is a new service that's being introduced to make it easier for you to access local NHS healthcare services. You can call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergency.


NHS 111 is a fast and easy way to get the right help, whatever the time


NHS walk-in centres – For treating minor injuries such as sprains, bites or minor burns and also for urgent contraceptive advice you can go to Soho walk-in centre at 1 Frith Street W1. The centre is open seven days a week, from 8am to 8pm, Monday to Friday, and from 10am to 8pm at weekends and on bank holidays.


The following are for URGENT MEDICAL MATTERS:


Accident and Emergency (A&E) – Accident and emergency (A&E) departments are open 24 hours and treat people with critical or life-threatening problems like severe breathing difficulties, suspected heart attacks and serious illnesses or injuries. These include head injuries, suspected broken bones and heavy blood loss. 


The following are local accident and emergency departments:

Western Eye Hospital

153-173 Marylebone Road
Telephone: 020 3312 6666

St. Mary’s Hospital.
Praed Street
Telephone: 020 3312 6666


University College London Hospital (UCLH)

235 Euston Road NW1
Telephone: 020 3447 9000