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Ante Natal Care [provided by a community midwife]

Our midwife cares for all aspects of your pregnancy. Weekly clinics are held at the surgery, she and the antenatal team can also be contacted by phone for advice and guidance.

To notify the midwife of your pregnancy, please download and complete this form,Maternity Registration Form

and forward it to: The midwife will be in touch to make your first booking appointment. 

Chronic Disease Clinics

scope_apple_heartAsthma, Coronary Heart Disease, Diabetes, Hypertension, are examples of clinics available with a comprehensive review programme to which you will invited by letter or telephone.

Practice Nurses

Practice Nurses look after dressings, stitch removal, blood pressure checks, smears, IUCD insertion, family planning, childhood immunisations, shingles, pneumonia and annual flu clinics.

vaccination3A travel advice & immunisation service is available, not all travel immunisations are available on the NHS, please ask.

Cryotherapy & Minor Surgery

Clinics for the treatment of certain warts and skin conditions are held at approximately monthly intervals.

Stop Smoking Advisory Clinic 

Held on Tuesday mornings. Appointments always available, please ask at reception.


Counselling sessions are available on the NHS, although also offered privately.

Sharps Bins

Surgeries can no longer issue new sharps bins, or accept filled ones.

Any patients requiring sharps bins for the safe dosposal of needles and injections, will be required to sign-up to a Bucks County Council Service for both the provision of new sharps bins and the collection of filled ones.

From August 2019 patients requiring a sharps bin will need to contact Chiltern District Council to sign-up for the delivery/collection service.

Telephone: 01494 729000                   Web address is: - select waste and recycling, then select healthcare waste.


We hold spare hearing aid batteries for the convenience of our registered patients.

Patient registered elsewhere will need to acquire batteries from the audiology department at Amersham Hospital, or their own GP surgery.

We cannot accept used bateries and these are regarded as Hazardous Waste.

Please dispose of them safely; such as the recycling centre or your local supermarket, many stores have battery collection bins, please check next time you are in town.

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