White Lodge is one of the oldest buildings in Enfield, dating back to the 16th century. It was formerly the residence of Dr Asbury who was a close friend and Doctor to Charles Lamb. From 1862, it was occupied by Joseph Whitaker, the founder and editor of “Whitaker’s Almanac”.
We have been a home to Doctors in Enfield for over a hundred years. Since 1903, the practice has sought to care for a growing and ever changing population. Our Doctors and Nurses work together to deliver a friendly, professional and efficient service to all our patients. We aim to provide the highest standard of medical and pastoral care and encourage healthy living.
We are a fully computerised practice. All consultations, medical histories, referrals and test results are recorded on each person’s computer record, together with clinical correspondence such as hospital letters.
We are happy to register individuals and families new to Enfield and the surrounding area.
White Lodge is a training practice, part of the Enfield and Haringey Vocational Training Scheme (VTS). We provide education and support for today’s Doctors and the aspiring Doctors of tomorrow. We are a university linked practice and affiliated with leading university medical schools in London.
We hope this website will help you to make the most of the services available at White Lodge.