Stop smoking clinics

Free local support to help you quit smoking

Clinic locations

Below are the locations of the stop smoking clinics that we run. Exact clinic locations will be given to you on your appointment letter.

Lambeth community stop smoking clinics
Name of clinic Location DayTime 
One-to-one clinics  Gracefield Gardens Health and Social Care Centre
2-8 Gracefield Gardens
London
SW16 2ST
Monday 10am-3pm
Pavillion Medical Centre
9 Brighton Terrace
Brixton SW9 8DJ 
Tuesday 9.30am-1pm 

Hurley Clinic
Ebenezer House
Kennington Lane
London SE11 4HJ

Wednesday 1.30pm-4pm
  Mosaic Club House
65 Effra Road
London SW2 1BZ 
Tuesday 12.30pm-2pm 

One-to-one pregnancy clinics

 

Pavilion Medical Centre
9 Brighton Terrace
Brixton SW9 8DJ 

Friday 10am-3pm

Wooden Spoon House
5 Dugard Way
SE11 4TH

Wednesday 10am-1pm
Stop smoking support group  Stockwell Community Centre, 1 Studley Road London SW4 6RA  Thursday 6-7pm
Southwark community stop smoking clinics
Name of clinic Location DayTime 
One-to-one clinics 

Dulwich Community Hospital

Tuesday 

10.30am-1pm

Aylesbury Health Centre Wednesday 2pm-5pm
Blue Anchor Library
Southwark Park Road London SE16 3UQ
Thursday 2pm-5pm
One-to-one pregnancy clinics

Aylesbury Health Centre


Dulwich Community Hospital
 

Wednesday


Thursday

 

10am-1.45pm

10.30am-3pm

Hospital stop smoking clinics
Name of clinic Location DayTime 
One-to-one clinics  St Thomas' Hospital Thursday  10.30am-2pm
Specialist clinic, Guy's Hospital  Wednesday 2-5pm

How do I get an appointment?

You can refer yourself.

Stop smoking advice and support via your GP or local pharmacy

There are also over 200 NHS trained stop smoking advisors in community pharmacies and GP practices across Lambeth and Southwark. These services can be accessed directly. Simply pop in or call to make an appointment.

  • What to expect at your appointment 

    You do not need to bring anything with you before your appointment. 

    Many people find that sharing their experience with others is helpful. When you join we'll get you working with a trained advisor, either in a group or one-to-one. You will not be expected to quit at the first session. The stop smoking specialsit will work with you to agree a quit date within the first two weeks of your initial assessment. 

    The stop smoking support provided will include:

    • free expert advice and friendly support for a minimum of six weeks
    • a personalised quit plan
    • an assessment of your level of addiction and advice on the best treatments to help you quit
    • ongoing monitoring and supply of your choosen stop smoking medication 
    • motivational tips to help you stay on track
    • a weekly carbon monoxide reading to monitor your progress.
  • After your appointment

    Follow up appointment will be arranged by the advisor after each session.

Useful websites