The immediate physical health needs were handled quickly by urgent care staff. If you have any physical illnesses or injuries you should contact your GP.
What do GPs help with?
- Diagnose and help you manage common illnesses and injuries
- Refer to you a specialist service if you need one
- Prescribe appropriate medication if you need it
Not registered with a GP? Find out how to register here.
The NHS Grenfell Tower Fire Response Group is working hard to make sure local GP services are there for everyone who needs them. The group has instructed all GP surgeries in the area to prioritise people directly impacted by the Grenfell Tower fire, and additional resource has been made available. There are GPs available on weekday evenings and at the weekend. You can make an appointment by calling 111. There are also bookable appointments available during these times at the St Charles Integrated Care Centre hub, which you can arrange by contacting your registered practice.
Out of hours GP access
GPs and practice nurses are available to people who need them in the West London CCG area at the weekend and on weekday evenings. To see a GP or practice nurse outside of usual office hours, contact your registered practice or call 111 to book an appointment.
Respiratory health and air safety
Read the latest updates and evidence from Public Health England here.
The air around the Grenfell Tower site has been declared safe by Public Health England. No asbestos has been detected.
If you are worried about your breathing then you should make an appointment with your GP.