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Citizens Advice Camden Outreach Project GP Advice Service

(Also known as Camden Citizens Advice Bureau Outreach Project GP Advice Service)

Provides weekly outreach advice and information services in GP surgeries and other centres in the London Borough of Camden. Advise on a wide range of issues, including: welfare benefits, debt, employment. They can see anyone registered as a patient of a Camden GP surgery. The CAB team working on the project sees patients by appointment at these GP surgeries. Please contact the surgery directly to make an appointment. They run advice sessions at the following GP surgeries in the London Borough of Camden: Kentish Town Health Centre (James Wigg Centre); Somers Town Medical Centre; Brondesbury Medical Centre; Hunter Street Health Centre; West Hampstead Women’s Centre; Gospel Oak Health Centre; Adelaide Medical Centre; Parliament Hill Surgery; Hampstead Group Practice; Abbey Medical Practice; Queens Crescent Practice; The Bloomsbury Surgery. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).

Contact details

Contact Name
Telephone
0300 330 0646 (Mon-Thurs 10am-4pm and Fri 10am-1pm)
Website
www.camdencabservice.org.uk 

Further details

Parent Body
The CAB advice work is undertaken in partnership with Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust.
Client Group
Patients at the Health Centre from the local area who cannot get to a CAB.
Last checked date
29/07/2015
Record ID
21869
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