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Weekend Appointments

Pre-bookable GP appointments are available on weekends. Please see the Appointment section and select MK GP Plus Access for more information.

Some patients can get free non-prescription medication from their local chemists for common illnesses such as coughs and colds. Click here for information about Pharmacy First.


Protected Learning Time

We will be closed from 1:30pm on the following dates: (Please note the change of time, the surgery will re-open the following day):

  • Thursday - May 21st 2020
  • Wednesday - June 17th 2020
  • Thursday - July 16th 2020
  • Wednesday - September 16th 2020
  • Thursday - October 15th 2020
  • Wednesday - November 18th 2020
  • Thursday - January 21st 2021
  • Wednesday - February 17th 2021
  • Thursday - March 18th 2021

If you need to see a doctor or require advice during this time please contact the new emergency number 111 or Milton Keynes Urgent Care Services.


Have you missed your appointments?

We have changed our policy due to the high volume of missed appointments. The new policy can be found under policies on this website.


Patient Participation Group

The next patient participant group meeting is tbc. New members are welcome, the only requirement is that you are a patient of the practice and have an interest in helping the practice improve the services provided to patients.


Measles

Please see important information regarding measles.

Measles Information


Cervical Screening

On Tuesday 5th March 2019, Public Health England, with support from NHS England, will launch a cervical screening campaign targeted at women who are eligible for screening (those aged 25 – 64).

Around 2,600 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer in England each year and around 690 women die from the disease.1 It is estimated that if everyone attended screening regularly, 83% of cervical cancer cases could be prevented;2  However, unfortunately attendance is at a 20-year low, with one in four women in the UK not attending their cervical screening.1

The campaign will raise awareness of the risks of cervical cancer and highlight the preventative benefits of screening; encouraging women to respond to their screening invitation letters, and if they missed previous invites, to book an appointment. The campaign also aims to tackle a number of the identified barriers to screening, including; concern that it might be painful and embarrassing.

Running throughout England for eight weeks, from 5th March until 28th April, the campaign will include new advertising on TV, VOD, media partnerships, social media and other digital channels, together with national and regional PR activity.

Cervical screening

 

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