IMPORTANT PATIENT NOTICES
NHS Health Checks are ongoing
To help us provide the best service for you, please make sure you book an appointment when you are invited to take part in the Health Check services. Patients between the ages of 40 and 74 years old will be invited to attend during your birth month. More details contained in the link above.
FIRE ALARM TESTING:
To continue to ensure the safety of patients and staff we will be carrying out weekly fire alarm tests on a Wednesday at 12:30pm. Please notify us, if you are in the surgery and this is likely to cause a problem for you.
We will also be carrying out Fire Evacuations to ensure your safety, if this should happen whilst you are in the surgery, please give staff your full co-operation. Should there be any issues, please make us aware.
PRESCRIPTIONS (IMPACT FROM CORONAVIRUS)
Due to high demand for scripts these may take longer than 48 hours to process. Please do not over order or order early.
Please bear with us at this difficult time.
Please remember to update the surgery with your correct contact details to keep your records up to date, particularly your mobile number as we use this to send you appointment reminders
The practice aims to provide high quality patient care delivered by a team of committed health care professionals.
The practice is part of the Nene Clinical Commissioning Group, which is responsible for ensuring you receive all the services you need. For details of all primary care services in the area, look at Your CCG Guide to Primary Care Services at www.neneccg.nhs.uk. The practice area covers the rural villages of Bugbrooke, Kislingbury, Harpole, Nether and Upper Heyford, Flore, Rothersthorpe, Pattishall, Gayton, Litchborough and parts of the Borough of Northampton; Duston, Upton and Upton Grange, St James, West Hunsbury, Shelfleys (see the map - Click Here).
Bugbrooke Medical Practice is an accredited training practice and for many years has been involved in the post graduate training of fully qualified doctors who wish to enter the speciality of general practice. The GP registrar is encouraged to take on long-term problems which are presented by the patient to him/her, in association with the patient's own doctor.
THE PRACTICE HAS MADE EVERY PRACTICAL EFFORT TO FACILITATE DISABLED ACCESS. SHOULD YOU EXPERIENCE ANY PARTICULAR DIFFICULTIES PLEASE BRING THEM TO THE ATTENTION OF ANY MEMBER OF STAFF.
A NO-SMOKING POLICY OPERATES THROUGHOUT THE BUILDING. THANK YOU FOR YOUR CO-OPERATION.
ALL TELEPHONE CALLS TO THE PRACTICE AND MADE FROM THE PRACTICE ARE RECORDED.
We are inviting you to use the new NHS App, a simple and secure way to access a range of NHS services. Find out more at www.nhs.uk/nhsapp