Health E1 Homeless Medical Centre

Welcome to Health E1

Currently running a daily walk-in clinic - Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs and Fri mornings and afternoons. These start at 09.00am and 2.00pm. All walk-in clinics have limited availability.

In addition we offer a wide range of other services including: Home Visits, Psychologist, Family Planning, Blood Clinics and Blood Borne Virus Team, New Patient Health Checks, Substance Misuse Clinics, Mental Health Clinics and Alcohol Services.

Aims of the Practice

Making an appointment

Appointments can be made by calling our reception on 020 7247 0090.

Opening hours

Our reception is open:
Monday to Tuesday from 09:00am to 17:30pm
Wednesday to Friday from 08:00am to 18:30pm

Phone: 020 7247 0090

Consultant times for GPs, NPs, Substance Misuse Team & Mental Health Clinics

General Clinic (GPs & NPs):

Mon-Fri
9am - 11pm Walk-In *
Mon-Thurs
2pm - 5pm Booked Appointments
Friday
2pm - 5:00pm Walk-In *
(Please note: Walk-in will close once full)

 

Substance Misuse Clinic:

Mon-Thurs
9am - 1pm Booked Appointments
Mon-Fri
2pm - 3:30pm Duty Clinic
Friday
9am - 10am Booked Appointments

 

Mental Health Clinic:

Monday
9am - 1pm Booked Appointments
Monday
2pm - 3:30pm Walk-In *
Tuesday
No Clinic
Wednesday
9am - 1pm Booked Appointments
Wednesday
2pm - 5pm Booked Appointments
Thursday
9am - 1pm Booked Appointments
Thursday
2pm - 3:30pm Walk-In *
Friday
9am - 10am Booked Appointments
Friday
2pm – 5pm Booked Appointments

* Limited Availability

Cancelling an appointment

Please help us to help you by always cancelling appointments when you can’t attend! Our cancellation line is 020 7247 0090. Please put it in your mobile phone! We can always use the appointment for someone else.

Care Quality Commission Report

Wheelchair & Pram accessible

News

  • Tower Hamlets Drug and Alcohol Service

    Reset is an integrated service which provides drug and alcohol treatment to Tower Hamlets residents aged 18 or over and support to family and friends who are concerned about someone’s drug and/or alcohol use.

    Support offered includes:

    • advice and information for people who use drugs and/or alcohol and concerned others
    • community alcohol detoxification
    • healthcare assessments
    • testing for HIV, hepatitis B, C. Hepatitis B vaccination
    • access to needle exchange
    • Assessment for residential detoxification and rehabilitation services
    • Counselling and 1:1 keyworking
    • support for clients experiencing domestic violence
    • onward referral to further support services as required
    • Signposting and access to mutual aid groups such as AA, NA and Smart Recovery

    Click here for more information

  • Important!

    This practice allows community health service staff involved in your care to access parts of your medical record. Your consent will be asked before this can take place. If you do not wish this to happen, please let the practice know.