FLU SEASON IS HERE
If you are aged 65yrs and over
an adult or a child who is suffering from a chronic illness, if you are a carer, expectant mum or you have a child aged 2-4yrs
YOU NEED A FLU JAB
Please speak to a receptionist to arrange an appointment
Alternatively appointments can be made via our automated booking system
Manor View practice in Bushey provides the highest quality healthcare to patients in the area. Our healthcare team, and all our other staff are dedicated to offering you a professional and dedicated service.
Ease of Use
We hope you find our website user friendly. At the touch of a button you can see when we're open and what to do when we're not. You can also book and cancel appointments and find out how to go about ordering a repeat prescription.
Choose and Book
The practice is actively using the choose and book system for referrals now. If your doctors decides to refer you to the hospital they will complete a form which you take to reception to hand in, you will be given another leaflet telling you that the practice will ring you, days and times given on the leaflet, to make your appointment.
The practice has an active Patient Participation Group and welcomes members. Have a look at what's involved, read the latest reports and sign up.
Herts Valleys Clinical Commissioning Group (the NHS organisation that is responsible for planning and purchasing health services for people who live in west Hertfordshire) want to transform non-emergency gynaecology services. We want to make these services better for women and we need your help to do that.
The new service will be integrated, meaning that the majority of women will be seen, assessed and treated in the community, closer to where they live rather than having to travel to hospital. This could mean that you receive your service at your GP surgery or community clinic.
Herts Valleys CCG believes that as a patient or carer with experience of using gynaecology services, we can learn from your experiences and this will help us to improve health services and the outcomes of patients who use them. With this in mind we would really like to hear more about your experiences of using local gynaecology services and to listen to your suggestions about how they can be improved.
You can do this by taking part in the following short online survey which should take no longer than around 10 minutes.
All responses are strictly confidential and will not be shared with any third parties.
Thank you very much for your help. What you tell us will be used to make real improvements to local gynaecology services.
We would love to hear what you have to say …..
Dr Sara Khan
Gynaecology Clinical Lead
Herts Valleys CCG
Transforming gynaecology services
for women in west Herts
Bushey Health Centre has suitable access for disabled patients. There is limited car parking at the centre. There is an overflow car park situated off Haydon Road, in Brick Kiln Close. However the steps leading from this car park are very steep and not suitable for patients with mobility difficulties. The surgery is a short walk from Bushey train station.
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The practice premises are suitable for access to disabled patients. There is a lift which will accommodate a wheelchair from the ground floor entrance hall to the reception area and consulting rooms on the first floor.
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