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Appointments

Flu Clinics - If you have not been invited to book and appointment you may not be eligible for an NHS vaccine and will be turned away. Please check our Eligibility Criteria list below.

Eligibility criteria for FREE seasonal influenza vaccination for 2018:

  • Pregnant women (any trimester)
  • People aged 65 years and older
  • People aged under 65 years with any of the medical conditions listed below
  • Children aged 4 years or under who have been hospitalised for respiratory illness or have a history of significant respiratory illness

In 2018/19, flu vaccinations is offered to the following groups:

  • people aged 65 years or over (including those becoming age 65 years by 31 March 2019)
  • people aged from 6 months to less than 65 years of age in a clinical risk group such as:
  • chronic (long-term) respiratory disease, such as severe asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or bronchitis
  • chronic heart disease, such as heart failure
  • chronic kidney disease at stage three, four or five
  • chronic liver disease
  • chronic neurological disease, such as Parkinson’s disease or motor neurone disease, or learning disability
  • diabetes
  • asplenia or splenic dysfunction
  • a weakened immune system due to disease (such as HIV/AIDS) or treatment (such as cancer treatment)
  • morbidly obese (defined as BMI 40+)
  • all pregnant women (including those women who become pregnant during the flu season)
  • people living in long-stay residential care homes or other long-stay care facilities where rapid spread is likely to follow introduction of infection and cause high morbidity and mortality. This does not include, for instance, prisons, young offender institutions or university halls of residence
  • people who are in receipt of a carer’s allowance, or those who are the main carer of an older or disabled person whose welfare may be at risk if the carer falls ill
  • household contacts of immunocompromised individuals, specifically individuals who expect to share living accommodation on most days over the winter and therefore for whom continuing close contact is unavoidable
  • health and social care staff, employed by a registered residential care/nursing home or registered domiciliary care provider, who are directly involved in the care of vulnerable3 patients/clients who are at increased risk from exposure to influenza

 

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Wycombe The Hall Practice Improved Access Service

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Local GPs are working together to offer patients better access to appointments in General Practice in Buckinghamshire, known as the ‘Improved Access’ Service. This means that you can now book an appointment in a practice local to you:

  • Up until 8pm from Monday to Friday
  • From 9am until 1pm on Saturday
  • From 9am until 1pm on Sunday (at the FedBucks Improved Access Hub)

Southern Locality Improved Access GP Surgeries:

Patients registered with any GP Surgery within the Southern Locality will be able to access this service via the participating surgeries in their area. In the Southern Locality these surgeries are:

  • The Hall Practice
  • The Allan Practice
  • The Misbourne Surgery
  • The Ivers Practice
  • Denham Medical Centre
  • Threeways Surgery
  • Southmead Practice
  • Burnham Health Centre
    • Stoke Mandeville Hospital
    • Wycombe UTC (MIIU)
    • FedBucks Stoke Poges

All appointments need to be pre-booked, either in advance or on the day.

How to book an Improved Access appointment

Ring your GP Surgery as normal. If you would like an Improved Access appointment, the reception staff will tell you where clinics are being held on what day, and the times of the available appointments. A convenient appointment will be booked for you. If you use this service, it is very likely that you will be seen by a clinician from another surgery and not your own GP. The receptionist at your GP surgery will be able to provide details on this service to help you book an appointment.

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This is NOT a walk in service – if you need urgent medical advice after 6.30pm, please phone NHS 111. NHS 111 will enable you to talk to a GP and book an urgent GP appointment if necessary. You can also use our local online symptom checker, Health Help Now (http://bucks.healthhelpnow.nhs.uk/) to help to find the right service in Buckinghamshire for your health needs.Bottom of Form

Please be aware that we have changed our appointment booking system to "Patient Access"     Please ensure you have registered with Patient Access by clicking on the box below, to be able to use the appointment booking system. Thank you

Patient Access

Appointments can also be made by dialling direct the appropriate secretary (see telephone numbers here).

Appointments last for 10 minutes and are for one person only. Please ask your GP's secretary if you feel you will require longer. We strongly encourage patients to see their own doctor as this encourages good continuity of care. Your doctor's secretary can arrange for you to see a particular doctor for certain problems if you wish. All information is treated in total confidence.

Please follow these guidelines:

Call as early as possible but avoid peak morning times for non-urgent calls or test results.

If you are unable to keep your appointment or you no longer need it, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can offer it to someone else. 

Be sure that you notify us of any change of address, telephone number or personal circumstances. 

The secretary may require some information from you to decide how best to help you and they may suggest you speak to the doctor to discuss the problem.

We encourage patients to plan ahead and to see their usual doctor

 

Telephone Advice

Doctors and nurses are pleased to offer telephone advice.

Please telephone the secretary to arrange a time. This will usually be after morning surgery or before afternoon surgery.

 

 

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