GP Services

We provide a full range of NHS GP services. We are an NHS teaching practice committed to developing clinicians who offer the best for our patients. Have a look below at just some of our GP services.

Practice leaflet

Surgery opening times

Monday to Friday: 8:00 -18:30

Saturday: 8:00 – 16:00

Sunday: 8:00 – 12:00

Out of hours.

If you require medical assistance when we are closed you can call 111 to check out the 111 website.

What is a GP?

A GP, also known as a general practitioner, is kind of a generalist doctor. Indeed, think of them as the gateway to other specialist services. They will be the first to see you, the ones to organise tests, to look after you if you have long term conditions, issuing prescriptions. In particular, GPs work with a community of different people to help you in the best way possible, these people include clinical pharmacists, healthcare assistants, nurses and non-clinical admin, a management team and much more.

Named GP
Dr Talac Mahmud is the named GP of Hiyos practice, however there are many clinicians will take part in your care including other GPs, physicians associates, nurses, nurse practitioners, and GP trainees.

Disabled access
Premises are wheelchair accessible & purpose built for disabled patients – we’ve a lowered reception desk, computer access point & disabled toilet. We’ve a hearing loop for those with hearing impairment, & braille signage. Please speak to staff if you need further help.

The practice ensures that it treats all patients & visitors equally, with dignity & respect. Furthermore, will not tolerate any discrimination against anyone for reason of age, gender, marital status, race, ethnicity, disability, medical condition, social class, appearance, sexual orientation, religion or belief.

Above all, we aim to provide the best service we can, and we welcome feedback! If you wish to comment on any aspect of our service, please let our practice manager know

Home visits
Home visits are organised on a case by case basis, please call us between 8-10 on option 1  Monday to Friday to arrange these.

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We can arrange interpretation services for patients who don’t speak English. Fortunately, we can arrange interpretation services at the same time you have a telephone appointment. However, if you have a face to face appointment we need 48 hours notice.

Patient rights and responsibilities

Patients are entitled to receive respectful and courteous treatment, while medical staff anticipate the same in return. Your personal info will be held in confidence by staff. Whenever feasible, we will strive to schedule appointments with your preferred clinician. Please attend appointment times promptly/inform us if you can’t attend 24 hours in advance.

Personal contact details
Please tell us your mobile number & email to improve communication from the practice. If you change email, name, address, or phone number please tell us. Specifically, name changes must be backed by supporting docs.

Personal health info
Patients have the right to expect that the practice will hold their personal info in confidence. Sometimes the practice puts together statistics to support audit & research; it will keep patient info anonymous whenever possible. Of course, you’ll be free to decline to participate in research studies if you wish, and there will be no impact on your medical care.

Primary healthcare team

The clinical and admin staff work together as a team, so we can coordinate high standards of care. Every team member certainly plays an important and valuable role in allowing the practice to run efficiently. Many tasks that doctors used to do can now done by the nurse practitioner, practice nurse, healthcare assistant or physician associate, all of whom have a wealth of medical expertise. In short, this allows more time for the GP to concentrate on more difficult cases. In addition, the doctor may arrange for you to have follow up appointments with other members of the team.

We have a patient participation group in which patients share their thoughts and feelings about how the practice functions, and what we can do to improve. Please email us at to let us know if you’re interested in joining it.

Urgent care
Our local urgent care centre and a&e is West Middlesex Hospital Twickenham Road, Isleworth TW7 6AF, if there is an emergency then this is where you should be, if you find yourself unable to go to a&e for whatever reason then you can give a call to 111 or 999 dependent on the urgency of the situation.

Zero tolerance
Engaging in unreasonable, offensive, or threatening behaviour, including attacks on staff or the general public, as well as causing damage to the premises, will lead to the removal of patients from our practice roster. Furthermore, we reserve the right to involve the police in such cases.

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