Broad Street Medical Practice, Dagenham

  • Broad Street Medical Practice

We are a traditional family GP practice dedicated to providing fast, convenient care for NHS patients.

Broad Street Medical Practice is an NHS Clinic run by Care UK. We are located in the Broad Street Health Centre in Dagenham and will do everything we can to ensure you get the best standard of care possible.

Our GP practice is open from Monday to Saturday, offering everything you’d expect from a local GP including health information, advice and treatment for a variety of minor illnesses and injuries. We also offer a range of additional services, such as vaccinations and immunisations, advice on how to stop smoking, asthma and diabetes management, maternity services and cardiovascular disease prevention.

To find out more, visit our NHS website for the Broad Street medical practice.

Change of provider

Care UK will no longer be providing the GP services at Broad Street Medical Practice from the 10th January 2015.

Going forward your GP services will be provided by Prime Practice Partnership, a consortium of GP’s based in Newham.

You will continue to have access to all the services that you are familiar with at the centre and we will do our best to make the transition as smooth as possible. 

What’s new at Broad Street Medical Practice

Our news

Health news

December 12th 2014

 Care UK today announced the appointment with immediate effect of Phil Whitecross as Chief Financial Officer.

June 12th 2014

A national charity based in York, which helps seriously ill and disabled children through the use of therapeutic music, has received a special commendation and donation from Care UK, the UK’s leading health and social care provider.

May 6th 2014

Music and art was the order of the day at the Orchard Day Centre, Epsom, to help celebrate the launch of the Care UK Wellbeing Foundation with Nordoff Robbins, the UK’s leading music therapy charity.

December 18th 2014

The Health Survey for England has revealed that in 2013 around a quarter of the country’s adults were obese (26 per cent of men and 24 per cent of women).

Connect with us