Our Mission Statement
The purpose of the service is to provide excellent primary care that meets the particular health needs of homeless and disadvantaged patients in Watford and Three Rivers in a respectful way that they find easy to access, conveniently situated in appropriate premises.
Values of our Business
Supportive and caring of ourselves and others
Passionate about progress
Provide hope and vision
Encourage development of self respect
We make a difference
Health InclusionMatters - a GP surgery for the homeless
Health Inclusion Matters opened in 2003 to offer enhanced access to primary health care for homeless and disadvantaged people living in the Watford and Three Rivers area. 'Homeless' in this context includes people in temporary accommodation, staying with friends or at risk of being made homeless,as well as those who find themselves sleeping on the street.
Homeless people often find it hard to engage with health services and to address this Health Inclusion Matters offers same day appointments in a calm environment with professionals with an interest in and an understanding of the health problems that often arise when a person is homeless.
We can help document health problems with housing departments, and are used to supporting patients with mental health or drug and alcohol issues
The surgery is open from 9 am to 5pm Monday to Friday, with the doors closed over lunchtime between 1pm and 2 pm. To find out more about consulting times and what to do if you need help when the practice is closed click Find out more
How to register
To register please come and see us and fill in a registration form. Find out more
Registering for Patient Access
Please ask at reception to be registered for on-line access. Once you have registered you will be given your log in details and can access this from the link below
THURSDAY 25TH MAY 2017
The Surgery will be closed for training from 3pm- 5pm
If you require medical assistance during this time please call
0300 333 333
After 5pm please call 111
If your require urgent medical assistance please call 999
(Site updated 17/05/2017)