Surgeries are held every day in the mornings and afternoons.
Appointments start at 08:30 and end at 17:30.
Patients can only be seen by appointment. For urgent appointments on the day, patients are advised to call as soon as possible after 08:00.
An appointment is for one patient only. If other members of the family need to be seen please make an appointment for each one. If you have more than one problem to discuss please make a double appointment. Please try to arrive on time or the appointment system does not work and the doctor may be unable to see you. Please let us know if you are cannot keep an appointment, this is very important as cancelled appointments can be made available to others in need of attention.
To book an appointment please ring the surgery on 01494 474783.
Click here to see a table indicating doctor availability in a typical week.
Minor Illness Appointments
Our specialist nurse runs an express clinic each afternoon.
The purpose of the express clinic is to offer a same day appointment for many common and treatable conditions.
The specialist nurse has undergone extensive training in the diagnosis and treatment of such conditions. The specialist nurse can discuss your case with the doctor if required.
Please remember that the receptionist may suggest an appointment with the specialist nurse to reduce your waiting time before being seen.
See our Clinics & Services Page for more details.
Telephone advice is available from 08.30 until 13.00 each day, to assist with helping you over the telephone if an appointment is not necessary
Extended Opening Hours
Kingswood Surgery is offering extended opening hours in line with a scheme approved by Buckinghamshire PCT.
Extended opening hours are offered on Tuesday, Thursday & Friday from 7.00 am - 08.00. Please note that extended hours appointments are only available by prior booking and are not available for urgent medical problems.
If you cannot attend an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible in order for us to give the slot to someone else. Patients who fail to attend appointments will run risk of being delisted.