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Welcome to Boxwell Road Surgery

Boxwell Road SurgeryBoxwell Road Surgery is a small, family friendly GP surgery located in the historic market town of Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire.

Our clinical team comprises  4 GPs, 2 Practice Nurses and  2 Healthcare Assistants who together strive to provide the highest level of healthcare to around 6000 patients living in the town and nearby villages of Little Gaddesden, Wiggington, Potten End and Ashley Green.

Regular clinics run by the surgery include Child Health, Ante-natal, Diabetes, Asthma, CVD (Cardio Vascular Disease) and Health Screening.

The practice list is currently open and we welcome new patients residing in our practice area. For details of how to register simply click on the New Patients button in the menu shown top left on this home page, telephone or call into the surgery.

Normal Surgery opening hours are: 8.00am to 6.30pm Mon - Fri

(Site updated 02/04/2014)
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Use of Your Medical Records - Care Data

Please note that the upload of medical records to a central database has been postponed by NHS England to allow better communication on the matter.  No action is expected before Autumn 2014.


If you feel you need urgent medical attention when we are closed but don't feel it's life threatening then the number to ring is 111 .

Online Appointment Booking

You can now book appointments online via this website. Either click on the "request an appointment" link on the homepage and register or ask for more details from the practice manager.

 

Minor Illness

It may not always be necessary to see the doctor and we have a nurse practitioner who can deal with a range of more minor illnesses and issue prescriptions. Please ask the receptionist for details.

Are you a Carer?

  A carer is someone who, unpaid, looks after or supports someone else who needs help with their day-to-day life because of their age, a long-term, disability, mental health problems or substance misuse. Carers may help with such tasks as getting up and going to bed, washing, dressing, using the toilet, shopping, cleaning, laundry and making meals .   Carers may be family members, including children and young people,who live with the person they care for, or family, friends or neighbours who live elsewhere.

If you think you are a carer then please mention this when you next visit the doctor or nurse. We will highlight this on your record and try to help where we can with keeping you well.

 

 

 
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