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Family Doctor Services - The harley street hospital

Having a GP is important for coordinating and optimising your health care. Several issues can be dealt with by a GP with a breadth of knowledge, which can save you money, time and effort.

All forms of Health Screening Available

Dr Tawfik is a consultant general practitioner with extensive experience. After graduating from Imperial College London School of Medicine in 2013, he continued his training in the highly competitive North Central deanery in London, working at the Lister Hospital, University College London Hospital, Northwick Park Hospital, among others.

Privately, he is the principle GP and runs the GP service at the Harley Street Hospital (HSH). He and the HSH team are committed to delivering personalised care facilitated by:
– sharing his mobile number with patients for simple queries
– an in-house pharmacy that brings his prescribed medicines to you as you wait
– appointment times that are relaxed. 

On average, his appointments will last 30 minutes, but he acknowledges complex patients may require slightly longer.

Outside of Harley Street, he works in the NHS in A+E and Urgent Care dealing with more acutely unwell patients.

He has a special interest in joint and muscle disorders is a Rheumatology Clinical Fellow in North West London.

He has been awarded the title ‘Fellow of the Higher Education Academy‘ for his extensive teaching work to both undergraduates and post-graduate colleagues, and keeps up-to-date with evidence-based medical advancements.


Dr Khaled Tawfik - Family Doctor Specialist

For appointments at the Harley Street Hospital (19 Harley Street, W1G 9QJ)

Telephone:     +44 (0) 8445892610 (Monday to Friday 9-6pm)

For urgent home visits only on evenings and weekends subject to Dr Tawfik’s availability. Dr Tawfik will provide a mobile number.


The Harley Street Hospital

19 Harley Street

 W1G 9QJ

What you can expect...

Confidentiality: everything spoken about within a consultation stays strictly between him and his patient. Exceptions to this rule include: if the information shared indicates someone else is in danger, or if the patient lacks capacity or has a severe mental illness clouding their judgement.

Clarity: education is a key part of his consultations and he will work with you to improve your understanding of your medical conditions, what your medicines are for and what the future might look like.

Respect: Dr Tawfik believes that treating all patients and staff with respect is a must for any doctor. We all make lifestyle decisions, and these decisions may lead to ill health. His role is not to judge, but to advise you what could be contributing to your ill health and how things could get better.

Transparency: all prices for the GP service are clear to see in the GP section of the website. There are no hidden costs, and after a consultation, any further tests or recommendations will be itemised and priced so you can make an informed decision to go forward with them or not.

Routine medical screening/check up

If you are otherwise fit and well and want to have a medical check up, then this is the most appropriate service.

A full check up includes:
Initial consultation to discuss health issues including full examination
1. Well-man and well-woman blood tests
2. Urine analysis
3. Electrocardiogram – an electrical trace of the heart
4. Spirometry – a test of lung function
5. Mammogram (for breast cancer screening)
6. Faecal occult blood test (for bowel cancer screening)
7. Sexual health screening.

Repeat Prescriptions

Personalised Service catering for your needs

  • If you are an existing patient and we have up-to-date records of your medicines, we can write a repeat prescription without the need of a consultation. 
  • This can be sent to a chemist of your choice or picked up from the practice.
  • It takes time to ensure you can safely have more medicine. For example, kidney function or liver function tests may need to be updated before it is safe to say that it is fine to keep taking your medication.

Home Visits

Delivering Care at a place convenient for you

The Harley Street Hospital offers personalised home visits. These are carried out by our GP Dr Tawfik.

If you have a medical issue and would like Dr Tawfik to visit you or a member of your family at home, then this service is most appropriate.
He will see you with the necessary medical equipment at hand to perform detailed medical assessments in the comfort of your own home.
Certain examinations or investigations may not be possible; however, and if you are very unwell, an ambulance and assessment in hospital might be the right thing for you.
This service runs from 10am-10pm, Monday to Saturday, subject to Dr Tawfik’s availability.
Postcodes covered include most of the following districts unless they are south of the River Thames: N, NW, SW, W, WC, EC.

Why is having a GP Important

A GP is a Family Doctor with specialist expertise in dealing with a large variety of health disorders and social needs

Having a GP is important for coordinating and optimising your health care. Several issues can be dealt with by a GP with a breadth of knowledge, which can save you money, time and effort.

When specialist input is required, your GP will make targeted referrals to trusted colleagues or a specialist of your choice. After seeing a specialist, consultation reports can be sent back to your GP so that he or she has a clear and up-to-date view of your medical history. This will prevent unnecessary duplication of tests and clashes in any medications you are taking.

Above all, the purpose of a GP is to be a doctor you and your family can build a relationship with; someone you can trust and confide in.