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Urgent Treatment Centre at Wycombe Hospital

The Urgent Treatment Centre at Wycombe Hospital, which is open 8am-8pm every day and measures are in place for patient safety.   To pre-book an appointment, call 111 or use 111 online, for injuries and illness concerns. Some walk-in patients will be accepted, but you are asked to call 111 to make sure you’re directed to the most appropriate place for your care.

Patient Group Survey 2020-21

Tell us what you think of how the surgery has managed since early March.  The patients group is asking all patients to reply to their survey at https://www.johnhampdensurgery.co.uk/ppg.aspx.  This will help support the surgery on what has and hasn't worked during lockdown and how to operate in future. 

Appointments

calendarPlease help our staff to help you by providing as much information as possible when requesting an appointment or visit. 

Appointments can be made in person or by telephone during surgery opening hours or online at any time.  We will endeavour to offer ‘urgent’ GP appointments on the day you ring; following a review by our triage service performed by our GPs.

Anyone who feels very ill or suspects they are infectious should ring the receptionist for a special appointment. 

Should you require a longer appointment than the normal 10 minutes please specify this when booking. Longer appointments are needed for things such as antenatal, cervical smears, injections, contraceptive device appointments, medicals and multiple problems.

Please note GP appointments are 10 minutes in length, if you feel your problem may take longer please advise the receptionist when booking your appointment.

Please note: If you are more than 10 minutes late for your appointment it is likely you may be asked to re-book an alternative appointment. (This does not apply if you're not late but the appointment is behind schedule.) 

Practice Nurses

In a number of cases it might be worth considering an appointment with a practice nurse rather than a doctor. Practice nurses are qualified to deal with many conditions and you may be seen more quickly.

 
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