Gracefield Gardens health and social care centre opened its doors in December 2007 and was formally opened by the then Secretary of State for Health, the Rt Hon Alan Johnson MP, in June 2008.
Gracefield Gardens is the first neighbourhood resource centre in Lambeth, bringing services under one roof for local people.
The £8.9 million landmark centre is shared with Lambeth Council, meaning local people can access all kinds of council services when they visit.
Health services at Gracefield Gardens include:
- Walk-in GP centre – open 365 days a year, operated by SELDOC.
- Adult and community services team for the south west locality.
- Children and young people services team for the south west locality.
- Community midwifery.
- Community paediatrics.
- District nursing.
- Foot health.
- Health visitors.
- Social work team.
- School nursing.
- Speech and language therapy for children.
- Streatham Communities and Neighbourhoods Team.
- Streatham High Practice.
- The community tuberculosis team.
- The Exchange Surgery.
- The three boroughs refugee health team.
- Therapeutic and diagnostic services provided by Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust.
- Vision clinic.
Lambeth Council's customer services centre providing a range of services including:
- Council tax enquiries and payments.
- Parking enquiries and payments.
- Housing enquiries and payments.
- Housing benefit enquiries.
Gracefield Gardens Health & Social Care Centre
2-8 Gracefield Gardens
London SW16 2ST
Tel: 020 3049 5030