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Protected Learning Time (PLT) for 2020

Every month the Surgery closes at 1.30pm to enable staff to attend training and updates.  The Surgery is closed from 1.30pm till 6.30pm on the following dates: The surgery will re open at 8.00am the next working day.

January - Thursday 23rd

February - Wednesday 19th

March - Thursday 19th - Cancelled

April - Wednesday 22nd - Cancelled

May - Thursday 21st

June - Wednesday 17th

July  -Thursday 16th

September - Wednesday 16th

October - Thursday 15th

November - Wednesday 18th 

Extended Hours

Please note that the Surgery runs clinics out of core hours.  These appointments have to be pre-booked at least a week before the clinic.  The Clinics are held:

Every Saturday from 8am to 12pm (Both Nurse and GP appts)

Please call reception to book an appointment.



The Practice Charter

This practice aims to consistently provide quality health care to all of its patients. We set out below, the key aspects of our charter.


1. This website details the various procedures and key information regarding the practice team, facilities and services available. Information available on this site is also on display at the Practice.


2. Our staff are friendly and approachable and will greet you courteously and with proper respect. 


3. We will keep accurate medical records and will treat them with the utmost privacy and confidentiality. You have access to your records, on notes and computer, within the provisions of the law. 


4. We will always attempt to begin consultations on time but occasionally delays of up to half an hour may result, if a patient’s problem is complex. You will be informed, and will be offered an alternative appointment. Please be considerate, on another occasion it may be you who needs the extra time. 


5. We strive to improve our services and the levels of health care on a continuous basis. We will display notices in the Health Centre to inform you of any important changes to our procedures. 


6. We consider you, the patient, are a partner in your care and management and all aspects of it will be explained to you including any medication prescribed for you. Please also understand that it may not always be appropriate for you to be given a prescription.

Complaints & Compliments

Complaints about the commissioned services located within the Practice, can be made directly to:


NHS Milton Keynes Clinical Commissioning Group
Sherwood Place
Sherwood Drive

01908 278660

Text Relay Users: 18001 01908 278660


Our practice Complaints Procedure

We always try to give our patients the best possible service, but there may be times when you may feel this has not happened. We offer an informal in-house complaints procedure to deal with your complaint, although this does not deal with matters of legal liability and compensation.

If you have a complaint about the way you have been treated clinically by either a doctor or nurse, or an administrative problem, please speak directly to the practice manager or deputy, either in person or by telephone. They will take the details of your complaint and undertake all necessary investigations. Alternatively, you can write to the practice manager at:


Wolverton Health Centre

Gloucester Road


Milton Keynes

MK12 5DF


We take all complaints seriously and think it is important to deal with them as swiftly as possible. However, for complex investigations more time may be required.

Once our investigations are complete we will respond to you in writing, usually within 25 working days or earlier if agreed. If you prefer we can arrange for an informal meeting to take place to discuss the outcome or our investigation and if this is your preferred option then you are welcome to bring a relative or friend with you.

We try to address your concerns fully, provide you with an explanation and advise you of any actions we will be taking. If at the end of this we have not answered the complaint to your satisfaction, you have the option to refer your complaint to NHS England who will be able to help you. Their details are:


 NHS England

Telephone: 0300 311 22 33


Post: NHS England, PO Box 167338, redditch. B97 9PT

British Sign Language (BSL): If you use BSL, you can talk to NHS England via a video call. To call a BSL interpreter visit:

 NHS England’s BSL Service



NHS Complaints Advocacy Service

POhWER provide a free, independent and confidential advocacy service to support people with their NHS complaint.




Telephone: 0300 456 2370 




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