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Proposed new owner of eight GP contracts

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The ICB is reviewing a request to change the owner of some GP contracts in Camden, Haringey, and Islington.

As the NHS body overseeing healthcare in North Central London, NHS North Central London Integrated Care Board has received an application to change the control of AT Medics Ltd.

AT Medics Ltd provides general practice services to patients from a number of sites in North Central London and nationally operates approximately 60 GP practices.

The contracts held in North Central London are:

  • St Ann’s Road Surgery, Haringey
  • Mitchison Road Surgery, Islington
  • Hanley Primary Care Centre, Islington
  • Kings Cross Surgery, Camden
  • Somers Town Medical Centre, Camden
  • Brunswick Medical Centre, Camden
  • Camden Health Improvement Practice, Camden
  • GP Extended Access Hubs at Somers Town Medical Centre and Brondesbury Medical Centre, Camden.

This does not mean that these GP practices will close or that patients registered at these practices will need to find a new doctor – GP practice services will continue uninterrupted.


Webinar for patients and members of the public

On Thursday 29 February we held a webinar for patients and members of the public where we explained the process around a potential change of control, the steps we are taking to assess the proposal, listened to views and feedback and sought to answer questions.

A recording of the webinar is available on our YouTube channel and the slides presented are available here.


Questions and answers

Responses to a range of questions on the potential change of control of AT Medics Ltd can be accessed by clicking here. Please note that this information is subject to change and will be updated periodically.


Feedback and questions

To share your views and feedback, patients and members of the public are invited to complete a short survey which can be accessed by clicking here. The survey closing date is Monday 1 July.


Further information

Further information on the potential change of control can be accessed by clicking here.