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NHS Hillingdon Contact Centre

Provides contact details of the various specialist clinics etc in the Area.

See under Your Services on the website

Address:
NHS Hillingdon, Kirk House, 97-109 High Street, Yiewsley, West Drayton , UB7 7HJ
Umbrella org:
Health Services: Clinics, Hospitals and Health Centres
Telephone:
01895 486127
Fax:
01895 625268
Website:
Opening times:
Mon - Friday 8am to 5pm
Sector:
Public

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