Our Services

Member Practices

Our twenty member practices care for a population of approximately 150,000 patients. Services include:

  • ECG & 24-hour BP checks
  • Phlebotomy
  • Minor Surgery
  • Travel Vaccination
  • Wound Care

GP Enhanced Access Hub Appointments

​All Harness GP practices provide additional appointments outside of their normal opening hours. These are known as GP Access Hub appointments and are available during the weekdays in the late evenings and at weekends. Please contact your local GP surgery or visit their practice website for further information on how to book an appointment. 

Harness GP practices are also working together to offer patients better access to GP appointments at the Wembley Centre for Health and Care and the Park Royal Medical Practice.

There are now a range of ways you can get advice from a GP or practice nurse, including online consultations, over the telephone and by using the NHS App. Speak to the practice receptionist or a member of the practice team to find out more. To arrange an appointment, speak to the practice receptionist or member of the practice team and for the very latest information, please visit your practice website.  

COVID-19 Vaccinations

Vaccination clinics are held weekly every Thursday and Saturday at Park Royal Medical Practice, and every Wednesday and Saturday at Wembley Centre for Health & Care. For further information and to book an appointment please click here.

For eligibility criteria, please click here

Integrated Care Pathway

Providing care to patients with complex health needs living in the community.

​Social Prescribing Link Workers & Care Navigators

Assisting our patient population with health & social care needs. 

​Clinical Pharmacy Team

The Harness Clinical Pharmacy team consists of a range of pharmacists with combined background experience throughout the sector. Their aim is to utilise their skills in medication safety and medicines optimisation to support and promote the safe and appropriate use of medicines across Harness. 

They work alongside primary care teams to review repeat prescriptions, answer patient queries, action clinical letters and carry out medicine reconciliation following hospital discharges. They also liaise with specialist hospital teams when needed and action safety alerts. They manage various long-term conditions from hypertension, diabetes and asthma as well as complex polypharmacy and chronic pain reviews. Some of the team are Independent Prescribers who use this skill in their specialist clinics.

Some of the clinical pharmacists work within the Harness ICP with a multidisciplinary team of clinicians where unique skill sets are used to provide holistic domiciliary /remote reviews including optimising the management of long-term or acute chronic conditions, the patient’s current living arrangements to reduce the risk of falls / hospital admissions and even re-housing where required via the Harness social and care coordinators.

The team also support care homes across Harness and work closely with the local CCG / practice teams on QIPP and QOF initiatives. ​The team aspires to continue to deliver the best quality of care to Harness patients and to support the Harness vision of creating healthier communities.

If you are interested in an opportunity to work with the Harness Clinical Pharmacy Team, please contact Suraj.Shah7@nhs.net (Senior Clinical Pharmacist).

HERN (Harness Education and Research Network)

HERN works with the NHS to support approved research studies and deliver an education programme based on workforce needs. 

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