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Update - Dr Laleye Sickness Absence (added 21.01.2016)

Dr Laleye became unwell over the Christmas period, and has been found to have a condition called Myeloma.  She therefore needs to commence a course of medical treatment which requires her to be absent from the practice for at least six months. 

The Practice is providing extra clinical cover for Dr Laleye's patients. 

The whole team at Keats Group Practice send their best wishes to Dr Laleye and her family. 


Staff Training

The Practice will be closed on the 1st Thursday of every month from 1pm - 3pm.

Data Sharing Projects in Camden


For Camden patients only Camden Integrated Digital Record (CIDR), is a local initiative for Camden residents, to enable your care providers in Camden to view the relevant information when treating you and so give you the best possible care. Find more information here:

Summary Care Record
This is a National Scheme. Your summary care record contains important information about the medicines you are taking, allergies you suffer from and any bad reactions you have had to medicines in the past. It is compulsory that practices upload summary care records by March 2015.


We have been informed that our patients’ summary care records are scheduled to be uploaded on the 5th and 6th January 2015.

Please note, that if you wish to opt-out, or if you have already opted-out, then you can opt back in at any time and have a Summary Care record created.

For more information, please click on link below:
This is a National Scheme. aims to make increased use of information from medical records with the intention of improving healthcare via research, public health use and commissioning. Find more information here:

To opt out of any of these schemes please fill in the following form and return to the practice:

Welcome to The Keats Group practice

Keats Group practiceThe doctors, nurses, reception and administration team seek to provide services that promote health, to detect and prevent ill health and offer treatment and total care for all patients registered at the practice.

We will provide this care regardless of race, colour, ethnic or national origins, age, gender, sexuality, employment status, mental health status, homelessness, class, HIV status or religion. We welcome diversity and aim to be non-judgemental and open minded about differing philosophies of health care.

We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and well-person check-ups.


We are here to help make sure that there is a good channel  for getting patients views and input to the services offered by the practice. 


For more information about the Patient Participation Group, how you can be involved, to view past newsletters and annual reports please click here

Online Services currently available for patients aged 16 & over:-

  • Book, cancel and check your appointment
  • Order repeat prescriptions
  • View your medical record (please note, that access is limited to Medications, Immunusations and Allergies)

Please speak to a member of our Reception team for further details.

Additional Notes:-   

New users: Access details will only be given to patients in person with proof of identification. 

Existing users:  If you are experiencing problems with the online Patient Access, please look at the information sheet by clicking the link below:

 Information Sheet for Online Patient Access



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