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Pre-bookable GP appointments are available on Saturday afternoons, please see Appointment section and select MK GP Plus for more information.

Some patients can get free non prescription medication from their local chemists for common illnesses such as coughs and colds. Click here for information about Pharmacy First.

Protected Time

We will be closed from 1.30pm on the following dates:
(Please note the change of time, the surgery will re-open the following day):

Wednesday 21 November
Thursday 24 January 2019
Wednesday 20 February 2019
Thursday 21 March 2019


April 10th 2019 – Wednesday

May 23rd 2019 – Thursday

June 19th 2019 – Wednesday

July 18th 2019 – Thursday

September 18th 2019 – Wednesday

October 17th 2019 – Thursday

November 20th 2019 – Wednesday

January 23rd 2020 – Thursday

February 19th 2020 – Wednesday

March 19th 2020 - Thursday

If you need to see a doctor or require advice during this time please contact the new emergency number 111 or Milton Keynes Urgent Care Services

Have you missed your appointment? Due to the high volume of missed appointments we have changed our policy. The new policy can be found under policies on this website. 

Patients who are booked for planned operations or procedures at Milton Keynes University Hospital may experience these being postponed when demand for emergency care is particularly high. We appreciate how difficult and upsetting this can be for those affected and will do our utmost to keep postponements to a minimum. If you are not contacted by the hospital, please continue to arrive for your appointment as scheduled.


The surgery holds manual and computerised records on all its patients.

This data is entirely secure and confidential and we are registered under the Data Protection Act 1998.

All staff who have access to medical records are obliged to observe strict rules of confidentiality Under the Access to Medical records Act 1990, patients may view their records, although a small charge will be made.

Records are used by the NHS for financial audit purposes and for anonomysed research to monitor and improve health care.

If a patient wishes to be excluded from anonomysed research, then they should write to the practice manager.

Exclusion from research will not affect your treatment.

Please inform the surgery of any change to your details ie name, address, telephone number

Medical Records

Medical Records may on occasions be inspected by other doctors for the purposes of training and education. You do, of course, have the right to object to this but we would ask that any objection is put in writing to the Practice Manager.

Freedom of Information

The ICO has published a new Model Publication Scheme that all public authorities are required to adopt.

Model Publication Scheme - further information

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