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 All travellers who develop relevant symptoms ( for example respiratory symptoms, shortness of breath, cough, fever) however mild, within 14 days of returning or transitioning from mainland China, Thailand, Japan, Republic of Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia or Macau should not attend the practice, but should remain at home and immediately call NHS 111 for advice.  The latest information for members of the public can be found here:

For help with keeping warm this winter, click on the link: Better Housing Better Health .

Hajj and Umrah: Advice for Travellers    

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Ramadan and Diabetes

Gluten free food prescriptions

Gluten free foods may only be prescribed for patients who have a diagnosed “established gluten enteropathy” such as coeliac disease or dermatitis herpetiformis.  Following a consultation in January 2018, the Department of Health and Social Care recommends restricting prescribing of certain gluten free foods on prescription. To reflect this new recommendation, NHS Buckinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Group recommends  that 1. the prescribing of gluten free bread and bread mixes only for eligible patients and 2. pasta and flour should no longer be prescribed.  The maximum quantity of 8 units of gluten free food per patient, per month has not changed. 


Share you experience of vaginal mesh, Primodos and sodium valproate treatment with the independent review body. Click on the link below for more information.


Prescription of Over the Counter Medication is Changing

Click on the leaflet below for more information.

OverTheCounter Medication Leaflet

Junior EpiPen Shortage

Please click on the red link for information about the current shortage of Junior Epipen .

The Ironman Heart Failure Study

is looking for suitable patients. Click here for information.

Changes to Ordering of Repeat Prescriptions

Many patients have a 'repeat prescription' meaning that they can regularly receive certain medication without having to see their doctor each time. Some people order these repeat prescriptions themselves. Others choose to use a pharmacy or dispensing company to order medicines on their behalf. Depending on how you request your medicines, the way that is works for you may change from 1 August 2018. You can find further information here

New Patient Registration

If you wish to register as a patient at the surgery you will now need to make an appointment. This can be done at the Reception Desk or over the telephone.

Please bring completed forms and documentation to prove identity and address to this appointment.


Your information, what you need to know

This Privacy Notice explains why we collect information about you, how that information may be used and how we keep it safe and confidential.

Changes to Prescription processing times

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