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Opening Times

Our reception is open Monday to Friday 8.00 until 18.30. Our surgeries run Monday to Friday from 7.00 until 19.50 depending on availability of GPs.

Christmas 2019

Closed Christmas Day 25th December, 26th December and New Year's Day

Closing at 1.30pm Christmas Eve 24th December and New Year's Eve 31st December

When We Are Closed

If you need a doctor in an emergency, or for advice, an answer phone on the surgery number (01908) 261155 will give you a number to reach a doctor on call. At the present time out of hours medical services are provided by Milton Keynes Urgent Care Services (MKUCS). This organisation has brought together almost all Milton Keynes GPs to organise and provide out of hours general practitioner services. The doctors at MKUCS will provide telephone advice where appropriate and if a consultation is necessary this can occur at their own premises. While each individual duty doctor is responsible for their own decisions the MKUCS visiting policy is broadly the same as our own. MKUCS does not deal with patients with acute injuries, with significant bleeding, or with chest pain.

Patients with such complaints should seek advice from the A&E department at Milton Keynes Hospital, where appropriate contacting the ambulance service in the first instance. The staff working for MKUCS are responsible for the out of hours care of over 235,000 patients so PLEASE USE THIS SERVICE THOUGHTFULLY. N.B. – Calls to this service are recorded and details of patients’ consultations are passed back to the practice.

Patients may also contact the 111 service, which is an urgent advice service which is also available 24 hours a day on 111.

Out-of-hours services are generally busy so please think carefully before asking to see a doctor and only do so if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.

In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.

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