Beaconsfield Medical Centre is now OPEN

Millbarn Medical Centre has relocated to our new site with Beaconsfield Medical Centre now officially open. We are delighted to be up and running and looking forward to serving our patient population from our new centre. Millbarn, along with the Simpson branch of the Simpson Centre, have relocated to the new state-of-the-art medical centre. The

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Covid Vaccine Information – Updated 21st July 2022

Updated 21st July 2022

Millbarn as part of the ArcPCN continues to provide vaccines at Little Marlow Athletic Club, Marlow Road, Little Marlow SL7 3RS. There is plenty of parking onsite and appointments can be booked online via the national booking site or by calling 119.

Updated 3rd May 2022

Please be aware that the practice is unable to provide recovery from Covid certificates.  If you need to provide proof of testing negative, following a positive test, for travel or any other reason you will need to get a private test.

Should you need to provide proof that you have had Covid you can do this via your Patient Access Account or via your NHS App, as long as you have reported your positive test via the the Government website Report a Lateral Flow Test,  it will show up in your Test Results .

If you require Covid Vaccination Confirmation, again this is not provided by the practice.  Please visit the NHS Covid Pass website for further information on how to request either via paper or by downloading and setting up the NHS App.

Updated 7th April 2022

All patients aged 75 or over or those that are immunosuppressed are now able to book a Spring Booster.  Please book an appointment via the National Booking Site (NBS) or by calling 119.

Millbarn is working with our Arc Primary Care Network at Little Marlow Athletics Club, should you wish to attend our clinic, and again this is booked either via NBS or by calling 119.

All children aged 5 – 11 can have the COVID-19 vaccine. Visit Local COVID-19 vaccination updates | Buckinghamshire CCG to find out where in Bucks you can book for your child

Updated 27th January 2022

Pregnant Patients

BHT is running a free maternity webinar which is open to the public, on the risks of COVID in unvaccinated pregnant women, on Wednesday, 2 February 2022 from 5.30 – 6.30pm. It includes information from a panel of experts and the opportunity to ask questions.

If you are pregnant you have any queries regarding the COVID-19 vaccination please visit https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/pregnancy-breastfeeding-fertility-and-coronavirus-covid-19-vaccination/

Updated 20th January 2022

We are pleased to say that we are now able to offer patients aged 16 and over, and who are eligible for a 1st, 2nd or booster covid vaccination, an appointments to come along to our Walk in Vaccination Centre on Friday 21 January 2022 at Little Marlow Athletics Club. Patients are welcome to come along from 2pm to 4pm. Vaccinations are limited and will be given on a first come first served basis. Unfortunately vaccinations will not be available on the day for residents aged under 16 years of age. No need to contact the practice to book an appointment in advance.

Little Marlow Athletics Club

Marlow Road

Little Marlow

Marlow SL7 3RS

Plenty of on-site parking

For more information on Covid vaccinations please see here

You are also able to book appointments for this site on the Covid Vaccination National Booking Site or by calling 119 – please do not call the surgery.

Updated 2nd December 2021

If you are Pregnant and unsure whether to have the Covid Vaccination you may wish to attend the following event:

3rd Dose Vaccination

Those that are immunosuppressed will be contacted by NHS England to invite them for a 3rd dose of the Covid Vaccine, this isn’t the Booster programme.

These can now also be booked via the National Booking Site or by calling 119 however you will need to take a letter from your Consultant to the appointment to confirm it is appropriate for you to have a 3rd vaccination at that time.

Updated 30th November 2021

To book a Booster Appointment please either utilise the National Bookings Site or call 119 – do not contact the surgery.  All patients have to book directly and will NOT be contacted by Millbarn.

If you are aged 18 or over you can now book a booster 3 months after your second dose.  Patients should receive a notification from NHS England when it is time to book however, if it has been over 3 months since your second vaccine and you haven’t heard then please make contact with the National Bookings Team directly.

If you had any of your Covid Vaccines abroad and are struggling to book a Booster as these do not show on the NHS Booking System, Millbarn have been informed to tell patients to book a first/second dose appointment slot as appropriate and take their vaccination history information with them to the appointment so that it is then entered appropriately as a Booster.

Updated 25th November 2021

To book a Booster Appointment please either utilise the National Bookings Site or call 119 – do not contact the surgery.  All patients have to book directly and will NOT be contacted by Millbarn.

You can only book a booster 5 months after your second dose.  Patients should receive a notification from NHS England when it is time to book however, if it has been over 5 months since your second vaccine and you haven’t heard then please make contact with the National Bookings Team directly.

3rd Dose Patients (NOT BOOSTER)

Those that are immunosuppressed will be contacted by NHS England to invite them for a 3rd dose of the Covid Vaccine, this isn’t the Booster programme.

This letter states please contact your consultant or GP practice, however only your consultant can confirm when it is appropriate for you to have your 3rd dose.  I would therefore ask you to wait for a letter from your consultant/chase your consultant for a letter, prior to contacting the surgery.

3rd doses can not be booked via the National Booking Site/119 and hence once you have received your letter please phone Millbarn and we will add you to a list to be seen at the end of the day at Adams Park.  Please note the we will be finishing at Adams Park on December 17th so if you require a 3rd dose we would strongly suggest that you contact your consultant as soon as possible and then ring Millbarn so that we can book this for you.

Updated 18th October 2021

Millbarn, and the rest of our PCN Network Team are reopening Adams Park Vaccine Centre’s for the booster programme from October 15th to December 17th.   If you would like to volunteer to help at Adams Park please email [email protected] and mark your email as Volunteer, we are looking for Administrators and Runners.

To book an appointment at Adams Park please either utilise the National Bookings Site or call 119 – do not contact the surgery.  All patients have to book directly and will NOT be contacted by Millbarn.

You can only book a booster 6 months after your second dose.  Patients should receive a notification from NHS England when it is time to book however, if it has been over 6 months since your second vaccine and you haven’t heard then please make contact with the National Bookings Team directly.

3rd Dose Patients (NOT BOOSTER)

Those that are immunosuppressed will be contacted by NHS England to invite them for a 3rd dose of the Covid Vaccine, this isn’t the Booster programme.

This letter states please contact your consultant or GP practice, however only your consultant can confirm when it is appropriate for you to have your 3rd dose.  I would therefore ask you to wait for a letter from your consultant/chase your consultant for a letter, prior to contacting the surgery.

3rd doses can not be booked via the National Booking Site/119 and hence once you have received your letter please phone Millbarn and we will add you to a list to be seen at the end of the day at Adams Park.

Updated 1st September 2021

Please note that Millbarn currently has no updated information on the National Vaccination Programme in relation to booster vaccinations.

Please following this link to additional information on the CCG Website regarding local vaccine clinic sites or you can also use the NHS Grab-a-Jab website.

Updated 23rd August 2021

Local Vaccine Site Information

Burnham Health Centre is operating some walk-in clinics for those eligible for first dose, second dose (8 weeks post first dose) and 12-15 year olds it they are immuno-compromised or live with a family member that is immuno-compromised (please take a copy of a hospital letter for the person receiving medical treatment as proof of eligibility for this age group).  All groups except for those age 12-15 should also be able to book for these clinics via the National Booking Site:

Tuesday 24th August – 16:00 to 19:00

Saturday 28th August – 09:00 to 13:00

Saturday 4th September 09:00 to 13:00

Updated 29th June 2021

The Adams Park vaccination service run by Millbarn and the Arc PCN will no longer be operational from 24th June 2021.  To book a first or second covid-19 vaccine please call 119 or go online to https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/book-coronavirus-vaccination/

We are sorry for any inconvenience caused as we now focus on practice business having delivered almost 50,000 vaccines at Adams Park.  The National booking service will support you to find a convenient location to complete your vaccinations.

Updated June 8th 2021

Millbarn is currently inviting under 30s to their first vaccine appointments.  These will be provided on a first come first served bases, via text message to patients who can then book on line.  Patients can also go on-line via the national booking site to book an appointment with other providers.

Please do not contact Millbarn regarding your covid vaccine unless you have had your first vaccine with us at Adams Park over 8 weeks ago and you have yet to book your second vaccine.

Updated May 20th 2021

Millbarn has started to invite people over 30 for vaccines. We are only receiving a small amount of first doses currently, so please also try the national booking sites.

If you are over 50 or in a Clinically Vulnerable Category and have yet to have your first vaccine please book on-line via the national booking site or contact Millbarn via email [email protected] and let us know you’d like to book with us and we will endeavour to do so, as first doses become available.

Millbarn currently has not been given any information with regard to inviting patients in Cohorts 12.

Millbarn started inviting patients who had their first dose at Adams Park for second doses from week commencing 5th April. On the 28th May clinic we are calling back patient who had their first doses up to and including March 5th   and some March 14th patients.  Please only contact Millbarn if it has been over 11 weeks since you had your first dose with us and you have yet to hear about your second dose appointment.

Millbarn will be sending text links to all patients to book their second doses, where we have a mobile number on our system. We would ask you to book using this link if at all possible but we will call those that have not responded (where we have a contact number) to ensure they are booked in.

Updated May 5th 2021

Millbarn has started to invite people over 40 for vaccines. We are only receiving a small amount of first doses currently, so please also try the national booking sites.

If you are over 50 or in a Clinically Vulnerable Category and have yet to have your first vaccine please book on-line via the national booking site or contact Millbarn via email [email protected] and let us know you’d like to book with us and we will endeavour to do so, as first doses become available.

Please note you are unable to request a specific vaccine and we are currently not receiving any first dose Pfizer vaccines.

Millbarn currently has not been given any information with regard to inviting patients in Cohorts 11 and 12.

Millbarn started inviting patients who had their first dose at Adams Park for second doses from week commencing 5th April. On the 7th May clinic we are calling back patient who had their first doses up to and including February 18th. Please only contact Millbarn if it has been over 11 weeks since you had your first dose with us and you have yet to hear about your second dose appointment.

Millbarn will be sending text links to all patients to book their second doses, where we have a mobile number on our system. We would ask you to book using this link if at all possible but we will call those that have not responded to ensure they are booked in.

Updated April 1st 2021

If you are over 50 or in a Clinically Vulnerable Category and have yet to have your first vaccine please book on-line via the national booking site.

If you are in a Clinically Vulnerable Group and unable to book via the national booking site, please email [email protected] and we will look into the issue and revert back to you.

Millbarn currently has not been given any information with regard to inviting patients in Cohorts 10, 11 and 12.

Millbarn will start inviting patients who had their first dose at Adams Park for second doses from week commencing 5th April. Please only contact Millbarn if it has been over 11 weeks since you had your first dose with us and you have yet to hear about your second dose appointment.

Millbarn will be sending text links to all patients to book their second doses, where we have a mobile number on our system. We would ask you to book using this link if at all possible but we will call those that have not responded to ensure they are booked in.

Updated March 16th 2021

Millbarn is currently inviting patients aged Over 55, Clinically Extremely Vulnerable, Individuals aged 16 years to 64 years with underlying health conditions which put them at higher risk of serious disease and mortality and Healthcare Workers for their first Covid Vaccine.  If you fall into any of these groups and have not yet made an appointment for your vaccine with Millbarn or another provider, then please contact our Receptionist Team.

From w/c 22nd March we will start to invite Group 9, those aged 50 t0 54.

The easiest way to book will be via a text link that will be sent to your mobile phone.  If we don’t have a mobile phone number for you please can you email the surgery [email protected] and provide one, this could be a family members phone where you are happy for them to book on your behalf.

If we send you a link to your mobile to book an appointment slot and there are non-available. Please retain the link and check back regularly, we upload new appoints as soon as we have confirmation of vaccine delivery.

If you are concerned with getting to Adams Park Stadium in High Wycombe for you appointment please contact th Community Transport Hub operated by Community Impact Bucks on 01296 841026 as they are offering assistance.

Second Vaccine invites will start shortly and you will be invited in the same order as First Vaccine doses by clinic. If you have had your first vaccine with another provider please book your appointment for second vaccine with that same provider.

Updated February 15th 2021

Millbarn is currently inviting patients aged Over 65, Clinically Extremely Vulnerable (Group 4 NOT Group 6 which is Individuals aged 16 years to 64 years with underlying health conditions which put them at higher risk of serious disease and mortality) and Healthcare Workers for their first Covid Vaccine.  If you fall into any of these groups and have not yet made an appointment for your vaccine with Millbarn or another provider, then please contact our Receptionist Team.

From w/c 22nd February we will start to invite Group 6, this is a very large group so please wait for an invitation to come through to you.

The easiest way to book will be via a text link that will be sent to your mobile phone.  If we don’t have a mobile phone number for you please can you email the surgery [email protected] and provide one, this could be a family members phone where you are happy for them to book on your behalf.

I would ask all other Patient to assist the practice with this mammoth task by waiting for your invitation, if you are in any group other than Over 70, Extremely Clinical Vulnerable or a Healthcare Worker.

Please note as a Healthcare Worker you will need to provide evidence of your role for this to be coded on your record.

If we send you a link to your mobile to book an appointment slot and there are non-available. Please retain the link and check back regularly, we upload new appoints as soon as we have confirmation of vaccine delivery.

If you are concerned with getting to Adams Park Stadium in High Wycombe for you appointment please contact th Community Transport Hub operated by Community Impact Bucks on 01296 841026 as they are offering assistance.

Our housebound patients are being undertaken this week.

Updated February 2nd 2021

Millbarn is currently inviting patients aged Over 70, Clinically Extremely Vulnerable (Group 4 NOT Group 6 which is Individuals aged 16 years to 64 years with underlying health conditions which put them at higher risk of serious disease and mortality) and Healthcare Workers for their first Covid Vaccine.  If you fall into any of these groups and have not yet made an appointment for your vaccine with Millbarn or another provider, then please contact our Receptionist Team.

The easiest way to book will be via a text link that will be sent to your mobile phone.  If we don’t have a mobile phone number for you please can you email the surgery [email protected] and provide one, this could be a family members phone where you are happy for them to book on your behalf.

I would ask all other Patient to assist the practice with this mammoth task by waiting for your invitation, if you are in any group other than Over 70, Extremely Clinical Vulnerable or a Healthcare Worker.

Please note as a Healthcare Worker you will need to provide evidence of your role for this to be coded on your record.

If we send you a link to your mobile to book an appointment slot and there are non-available. Please retrain the link and check back regularly, we upload new appoints as soon as we have confirmation of vaccine delivery.

If you are concerned with getting to Adams Park Stadium in High Wycombe for you appointment please contact th Community Transport Hub operated by Community Impact Bucks on 01296 841026 as they are offering assistance.

We are currently reviewing plans for Registered Housebound patients.

Update 21st January 2021

We are currently inviting patients aged Over 80 and Healthcare Workers for their first Covid Vaccine.  If you fall into either of these groups and have not yet made an appointment for your vaccine with Millbarn or another provider, then please contact our Receptionist Team.

We are currently reviewing plans for Registered Housebound patients.

We hope to start sending invitation to 75+ patients next week. The easiest way to book will be via a text link that will be sent to your phone.  If we don’t have a mobile phone number for you please can you email the surgery [email protected] and provide one, this can be a family members phone.

I would ask all other Patient to assist the practice with this mammoth task by waiting for your invitation, if you are in any group other than Over 80 or Healthcare Worker.

Please note as a Healthcare Worker you will need to provide evidence of your role for this to be coded on your record.

Update January 14th 2021

The Millbarn began administering the first COVID-19 vaccination to our patients last week.

Due to constraints around the preparation and storage of the vaccine we are unable to give this vaccine at the surgery or any site in Beaconsfield and are working alongside neighbouring practices to give vaccinations at Adams Park Football Stadium in High Wycombe, Hillbottom Road, HP12 4HJ. This centre is staffed by our own nurses, GPs, Paramedics and administrative staff and those from other practices in our Primary Care Network (ARC PCN).

We are prioritising vaccinations strictly in accordance with the tier system provided by the government which is based on age (recognising that this is one of the most significant risk factors for serious complications from the disease).  We are not making exceptions to this and will contact patients in cohorts based on their age.  So far that has only extended to our patients in their 90s and late 80s.

We recognise that many of you are worried and want your vaccination as soon as possible and are working very hard in collaboration with our neighbouring practices to achieve this.  We are limited however by the delivery of vaccines and to date have only been allocated 110 vaccines for our patients.  Our efforts are further hampered by the fact that we get very little notice (typically only two to three days) of when we will receive our next delivery.

To complicate matters further, we understand that letters were sent out by the NHS over the last few days inviting people aged 80 and over (including those who have already had their first vaccine) to use the national booking system and attend a larger vaccination site slightly further afield (including sites in Epsom, Stevenage and the Excel Centre in London).

This is part of the government’s effort to accelerate the vaccination program and while those who have received the letter can choose to book through the national booking system if they wish, please be reassured that it is our intention that all patients over the age of 80 will be offered a vaccination appointment locally through their GP Practice as soon as possible subject to vaccine availability.

You will be contacted by the surgery to make an appointment for vaccination by text or by telephone. Please do not contact the surgery, we will contact you when we can offer you an appointment.

We will discuss the vaccine with you when you attend for the appointment and an information leaflet will be provided at this time. There is further information available from the gov.uk website.

There may be reduced availability for routine appointments or check-ups over the next few weeks as we roll out this vital vaccination programme.

We continue to be available as normal for urgent appointments.

You have an important part to play in helping us to deliver the COVID-19 vaccine to as many people in the priority groups as possible and as quickly as possible.
– Please do not contact us to seek a vaccine. We will contact you.
– When we do contact you please attend your booked appointment unless you are unwell.
– Please continue to follow government guidance to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
– Please consider using alternative sources for advice if your problem is not urgent such as your local pharmacist or the NHS Website.

We thank you all for your support at this time .

Covid-19 Vaccinations – January 4th 2021

Millbarn is delighted to announce that we will be joining with others from local surgeries in our Primary Care Network (Arc PCN) to begin Covid vaccinations starting this week.

Due to the complex nature of the storage and preparation of the vaccine, we have been required by NHS England to work at designated registered sites in groups of practices.

The vaccinations will therefore be given at the Adams Park Football Stadium in High Wycombe, Hillbottom Road, HP12 4HJ.

This will be staffed by our own nurses and GPs and administrative staff and those from other practices in our PCN.

We are committed to vaccinating people who are within the priority groups as outlined by the Department of Health and NHS England, beginning this week with our patients over 80 years of age.

You will be contacted by the surgery to make an appointment for vaccination by text or by telephone. Please do not contact the Surgery, we will contact you when we can offer you an appointment.

The vaccine will be discussed with you when you attend for the appointment however there is further information available from the gov.uk website.

Please be aware there may be reduced availability for routine appointments or check-ups over the next few weeks as we roll out this vital vaccination programme.

We continue to be available as normal for urgent appointments.

You have an important part to play in helping us to deliver the Covid vaccine to as many people in the priority groups as possible and as quickly as possible.

  • Please do not contact us to seek a vaccine. We will contact you.
  • When we do contact you please attend your booked appointment unless you are unwell.
  • Please continue to follow government guidance to reduce the spread of Covid 19.
  • Please consider using alternative sources for advice if your problem is not urgent such as your local pharmacist or the NHS Website.

We thank you all for your support at this time