Stokenchurch Medical Centre
Buckinghamshire HP14 3SX
Telephone: 01494 256073
Fax: 01494 486200
Monday to Friday: 8.45am - 6.30pm
(Telephone answering service between the hours of 1.00pm & 2.00pm.)
Monday to Friday: 9.00am - 6.30pm
Monday to Friday: 8:30am - 12 noon & 3:00pm - 5:30pm by
Between 6:30pm and 8am call NHS 111
Between 8am and 8:45am call Bucks Urgent Care on 01296 850013
As from 1st February 2015 EMIS Patient Access will be available. Patients can book a single 10 minute appointment with their registered GP and order Repeat Medication online.
To register for this service please go to https://patient.emisaccess.co.uk/ and follow the on-screen instructions for registration. Photo ID is NOT required.
Please allow the surgery time to accept your registration request before attempting to book appointments/order repeat prescriptions. Thank you.PLEASE DO NOT USE THIS SERVICE TO BOOK APPOINTMENTS FOR MEDICALS AS THESE REQUIRE LONGER TIMES (30 ?60 MINUTES). CALL RECEPTION ON 01494 256073 TO BOOK YOUR MEDICAL.
The Medical Centre now use EPS. This service allows prescriptions to be electronically delivered to the patientís choice of pharmacy.
If you have previously nominated a Pharmacy for this, your prescription will be delivered there.
If you wish to sign up for this service, visit your pharmacy of choice and request sign-up.
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