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*Please note your request will be processed by a central admin team who work across Central London practices to ensure all requests are dealt with appropriately as soon as possible. If you prefer not to share your data in this way, you can continue to call the practice during normal working hours.

Welcome To The Practice

The Fitzrovia Medical Centre website provides a range of health information and resources, along with practical information on visiting the surgery. We hope you find the website useful and informative.


Principal GP:Dr Yal Heidari

Salaried GPs: Dr Matthew Johnson,  Dr Babak Khosrawan, Dr Clare Orrom Swan, Dr Peter Tabor,  Dr Abi Berger and Dr Thanh Mai Nguyen.

The surgery has been open in this building since March 1993. We are a GMS (General Medical Services) practice looking after over 7,500 patients and are contracted to provide medical care including maternity service, immunisations, vaccinations, contraceptive services and monitoring of a number of chronic diseases.

It is our aim to provide high quality family medicine to all our patients.

Your electronic record and sharing of information

The Fitzrovia Medical Centre Whole Systems Integrated Care (WSIC) Fair Processing Notice (issued on 30/06/2017) - To read the Fair Processing Notice please click on the link below:
Fair Processing Notice

For further information please refer to the leaflet

Leaflet - Sharing your information to Improve Care

Opt-out forms

All staff at the Fitzrovia Medical Centre has been trained to understand how your data may be shared and can assist you if you have further questions. Your Patients Participation Group (PPG) have worked with the practice over the last 18 months to ensure that the systems we are using follow best practice.

COVID-19 contingency sharing

Primary care staff across each borough will be able to access your full medical record without consent during the COVID-19 pandemic but will only do so when this is necessary to provide you with care. They will be required to use a smartcard which confirms their identity, and which limits their access and actions to those appropriate for their role. They will all have been trained to understand their professional and legal responsibilities in providing you with care.

(Site updated 05/11/2020)
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