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The surgery is open from 8.30am to 6.00pm Monday to Friday and
for a limited number of pre-booked appointments on a Saturday morning from 8.30am
to 12 noon. Phone calls are not taken on a Saturday morning.
The doctors work as a partnership and cover one another’s
absence on holiday or study leave. Occasionally a locum is employed
to cover absences. Out-of-hours and night cover is provided by Buckinghamshire Urgent Care
and not by our doctors. NHS Buckinghamshire is responsible
for commissioning out-of-hours services.
When The Health Centre Is Closed - Tel: 0844 477 8733
Calls from BT to our 0844 number is 5.105p per minute plus a 15p connection fee compared to 9p per minute plus a 15p connection fee to our 01494 number.
A doctor from Buckinghamshire Urgent Care is always on call outside normal
working hours, at weekends and on public holidays. You can obtain
the correct number by calling 0844 477 8733.
only use the out-of-hours service if your problem really cannot
wait until the next working day.
The nearest accident & emergency department is at Stoke Mandeville Hospital - telephone 01296 315664. There is an Emergency Medical Centre at Wycombe Hospital - telephone 01494 526161.There is no casualty department at the health centre or at Amersham Hospital.