In an emergency, when we are closed, please phone Bucks 24/7 on 0300 033 988 for medical advice or to see a doctor urgently.
Click here for opening times and duty chemist details during the August Bank Holiday
You can now book your appointments, order repeat prescriptions
or access your records online using Patient access.
To register for Patient Access click the link below:
Patient Access Online Form
If you have already signed up for Patient Access click below to open the login screen.
WE INSTALLED OUR NEW CLINICAL SYSTEM (EMIS) IN NOVEMBER 2017.
IF YOU PREVIOUSLY HAD ONLINE ACCESS TO OUR OLD SYSTEM (VISION ONLINE OR PATIENT SERVICES) YOU SHOULD BY NOW HAVE RECEIVED AN EMAIL EITHER FROM US ASKING FOR YOU TO BRING IN PROOF OF ID, OR AN EMAIL FROM EMIS WITH YOUR LOGIN DETAILS. IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED EITHER, THEN PLEASE CLICK ON THE PATIENT ACCESS LINK BELOW.
PLEASE BEAR WITH US WHILST WE SWITCH YOU ALL TO THE NEW SYSTEM. WE APPOLOGISE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE.
FOR ALL NEW REQUESTS FOR ONLINE ACCESS PLEASE CLICK ON THE PATIENT ACCESS LINK BELOW. THANKS.
Important Information for Patients 65 years and over (only) regarding your flu vaccine
This year there is a major change to the national flu campaign which relates to all patients over 65 years. For this age group, we will be using a different vaccine than that used for younger adults.
It has been found that an ageing immune system may cause adults aged 65 and over, to have a lower immune response to traditional flu vaccines than that of younger adults.
In order to give you the best protection possible, there is a nationwide switch to a vaccine called Fluad (new to UK but already used throughout Europe, USA & Canada). This vaccine contains an ingredient proven to provide a much stronger immune response and will help your immune system boost the fight against flu.
In other words, although the traditional flu vaccines still provide good protection for those under 65 years, the new, Fluad vaccine will provide much better protection for our patients who are 65 yrs and over.
As this is a major change, the manufacturers of the new vaccine have quite a workload producing the numbers required but we still expect it to start coming in at the end of September. However, the starting dates for some of our clinics may be slightly later. We have ordered a vaccine for each and every one of you so would ask you to keep an eye on our website or on communications we send out, to find out the starting dates of clinics. We would also ask that you wait to have your immunisation at the surgery rather than elsewhere if at all possible.
Joanne Turner (Lead Nurse, Amersham Health Centre)
The GP Surgery will be closed for Staff Training on the following dates from 12:30pm onwards :
Wednesday 12th September 2018
Wednesday 17th October 2018
Tuesday 13th November 2018
In an emergency when we are closed please phone Bucks 24/7 0300 033 9888 for advice or medical attention.
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Amersham Health Centre, Chiltern Avenue, Amersham, Bucks HP6 5AY
Tel: 01494 434344
Fax: 01494 733711
The surgery is open from 8.30am to 6.00pm Monday to Friday and for a limited number of pre-booked appointments on a Saturday morning from 8.30am to 12 noon. Phone calls are not taken on a Saturday morning.
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Welcome to The Surgery, Amersham Health Centre. We hope that you will find this website useful. We aim to provide a high standard of medical and nursing care for all our patients, with a strong emphasis on disease prevention, health education and self-help. There is much that you, the patient, can do to maintain your own good health and the aim of this website is:
- To help you - by giving useful information about the services we offer and advice on how to manage minor illness in the home.
- To help us - by making clear how our services can best be used.
- To help us to help you - by encouraging a team approach between the practice and the patients.