Clinic (Appointment only): Wednesdays 9am – 11:30am
- 8 week baby check
- 8 week baby vaccinations
- 8 week post-natal check
Drop in under 5 Clinic (No appointment necessary): Thursdays 9.30am – 11.30am
- Health Visitor service
- Routine weighing and measuring
- Vaccination until 11am*
- Nursery nurse developmental reviews (appointment only)
- Doctor: well babies only until 11am*
- Paediatric Physiotherapy (appointment only)
Drop in Immunisation Clinic (no appointment necessary): 1st Tuesday of the month 4pm – 5pm
PLEASE NOTE: DO NOT BRING UNWELL CHILDREN TO THESE CLINICS. IF YOUR CHILD IS ILL AND NEEDS TO SEE A DOCTOR PLEASE MAKE AN APPOINTMENT FOR THEM THROUGH RECEPTION IN THE USUAL WAY
The James Wigg Practice prides itself on a full maternity service. This includes antenatal clinics run by our linked Midwives from University College London Hospital. We also provide maternity links with the Royal Free and the Whittington Hospitals. The majority of our patients are seen in our UCH midwife based clinic here.
Those having antenatal care at the Royal Free and the Whittington do not normally attend the antenatal clinic at the James Wigg Practice.
A pregnancy pack is available with a copy of Emma’ Diary included, please ask at Reception for one.
Have you just found out your pregnant?
We advise all expecting mothers to self-refer to the hospital they wish for their care to be. You can do this through using the relevant online referral form.
Royal Free Hospital:
University College Hospital:
The Whittington Hospital
The Midwives generally hope to see you within the first 12 weeks of pregnancy.
A programme of the frequency of your visits and your antenatal contacts can be provided for you by your Midwife. We have a full baby clinic service following the birth of your child and hope very much you will attend for your post-natal and baby care at the James Wigg Practice.
Fridays 11 – 11.45 (during term time)
Our weekly baby Singalong group takes place weekly in the SUN room on the ground floor. Please come along and join in, share stories and songs. Provided by the Free Space Project arts charity.