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TRAINING AFTERNOONS

The Surgery will be closed from 1.00pm for training on the following days:

2017

TUESDAY 12th SEPTEMBER

WEDNESDAY 11th OCTOBER

THURSDAY 16th NOVEMBER

2018

THURSDAY 11TH JANUARY

TUESDAY 2OTH FEBRUARY

TUESDAY 13TH MARCH

THURSDAY 19TH APRIL

TUESDAY 15TH MAY

WEDNESDAY 13TH JUNE

TUESDAY 10TH JULY

WEDNESDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER

WEDNESDAY 17TH OCTOBER

TUESDAY 13TH NOVEMBER

2019

TUESDAY 15TH JANUARY

WEDNESDAY 13TH FEBRUARY

TUESDAY 12TH MARCH

If you need a doctor urgently between 1.00pm and 6.30pm please contact  01296 850011.

If you need a doctor after 6.30pm please conatct the NHS 111 Service by ringing 111. This service is free from both landlines and mobiles.

Useful Telephone Numbers

Stoke Mandeville Hospital   01296 315000
Milton Keynes General Hospital 01908 660033
The Paddocks Hospital01844 346951
The Chiltern Hospital  01494 890890
Wycombe General Hospital01494 526161
Brookside Clinic 01296 421677
Buckingham Hospital 01280 813243
John Radcliffe Hospital  01865 741166
The Dove Counselling Centre                   01296 393831
NHS Direct                                                     0845 4647
Carers Bucks - www.carersbucks.org0300 777 2722

Carers Bucks

Does someone rely on you? Are you looking after someone (a family member or someone close to you) who because they are ill or disabled could not manage without you. If so then you are a Carer and Carers Bucks www.carersbucks.org can help you.

Carers Bucks is a free service that supports carers of all ages, who might be caring for someone with dementia, a physical or learning disability, serious illness or mental health condition. Whatever your caring role Carers Bucks can help by providing: .

• up to date information and advice on carers’ issues including benefits

• help to get a break

• training to help carers with their caring role

• an In Case of Emergency service (ICE) if carers are suddenly taken ill or have an accident.

• someone to talk to in confidence

• advice and support for working carers

• a Young Carer service for children and young people caring for a family member

• Online Community to meet other carers in similar situations

 



 
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