Clinics We Offer

Primary Care Network Health and Wellbeing Coaching

Our Health and wellbeing coaches work with individuals to help them improve their health and overall wellbeing. They may use a variety of techniques and approaches to achieve this, including; goal setting, providing support, offering guidance, encouraging self-care, providing resources and referrals and collaborating with other professionals.


Self refer here: Health & Wellbeing - Aylesbury Central PCN ( 



Privacy notice:
Weight and Wellbeing programme
Purpose – personal information is shared in order for the Weight and Wellbeing lifestyle intervention programme to be provided.
Only those patients who wish to be party to this service will have their data shared.
Legal Basis – Article 6 1 (a) and 9 2 (h) consent
Processor – Xpert Health Training & Education Ltd, CX Services Ltd


Primary Care Network First Contact Physiotherapists

We offer face to face and telephone appointments with a physiotherapist based at the surgery. We have 2 physiotherapists who work Thursday and Friday.

Low back and neck pain are the greatest cause of years lost to disability in the UK, with chronic joint pain or osteoarthritis affecting more than 8.75 million people. In addition, musculoskeletal conditions also account for 30% of all GP appointments.

The vast majority of musculoskeletal first contact practitioners are physiotherapists with enhanced skills. They help patients with musculoskeletal issues such as back, neck and joint pain by:

  • assessing and diagnosing issues
  • giving expert advice on how best to manage their conditions
  • referring them onto specialist services if necessary.

By making it easier for patients to access physiotherapist, patients will have quicker access to diagnosis and treatment, helping them to manage their conditions more effectively and recover faster, so they can get back to normal life quickly. However, please bear in mind that if you are already under a team about your condition, then this service wouldn't be appropriate, as this is for new symptoms.

These can be booked through the NHS app/ patient access or by calling us on 01296 424488.


Primary Care Network Social Prescribing

The idea behind Social Prescribing is to help you to have more control over your own health and find ways to improve how you feel.

You can self refer, or a clinician will refer you to a Community Link Worker. They will spend time with you at a one to one appointment where they will listen to what matters to you and work with you to identify possible solutions. They can put you in touch with the people and activities that might help you feel better and will give you support along the way.

What aspects can Link Workers support with?

  • Social Isolation
  • Housing
  • Benefits
  • Finance & Debt
  • Caring Role
  • Disability Support
  • Employment

Self refer: Social Prescribing - Aylesbury Central PCN (


Blood Pressure Reading

Sometimes your doctor or nurse will ask you to provide some home blood pressure readings.  If this is the case, select the button to the right to submit your readings. 

Alterntively you can ask at reception for a form on which you can record these or alternatively please click here to print out a copy.

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Cervical Smears

These will be carried out by the Practice Nurse. Patients are advised to have regular smear tests - at least every three years for those aged between 25-49 and every five years for those aged between 50-65.

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Contraception Services

A full range of contraceptive services is offered, including coils, implants and diaphragm fitting.  If you have been requsted to complete a Contraception review, please click below to submit your health information. 



Health Visitors

Health Visitors are available for help and advice on child health and welfare, family problems and development checks.  To contact the Health Visitors or make an appointment please contact them on 01296 336789.

Child Health Clinics are held on: 

  • Mondays 10:00 to 12:00 at Aylesbury college Campus Children's centre and 13:30 to 15:00 at Elmhurst Children's Centre, Dunsham Lane
  • Tuesdays 13:00 to 14:45 pm at Coldharbour Childrens Centre, Fowler Road and 13:30 to 15:00 at Buckingham Park Community Centre
  • Wednesday afternoons 14:00 to 15:30 at Healthy Living Centre, Walton Court
  • Thursdays 10:00 to 12:00 at Broughton Children's Centre, Broughton Infant School
  • Fridays at Jonathan Page Children's Centre

Please note: There are no Child Health Clinics at Whitehill Surgery

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Antenatal Clinics

Midwives run these on a weekly basis. Antenatal appointments are also available with doctors during routine sessions.


To inform us of your pregnancy:

Self-Registration Form for Maternity Care - Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust (

Follow the above link then click on 'inform us of your pregnancy' to complete the online form.


Childhood Vaccinations

It's important that vaccines are given on time for the best protection, but if you or your child missed a vaccine, contact your GP to catch up.

NHS vaccination schedule for Children

Age Vaccines
8 weeks 6-in-1 vaccine
Rotavirus vaccine
12 weeks 6-in-1 vaccine (2nd dose)
Pneumococcal (PCV) vaccine
Rotavirus vaccine (2nd dose)
16 weeks 6-in-1 vaccine (3rd dose)
MenB (2nd dose)
Age Vaccines
1 year Hib/MenC (1st dose)
MMR (1st dose)
Pneumococcal (PCV) vaccine (2nd dose)
MenB (3rd dose)
2 to 10 years Flu vaccine (every year)
3 years and 4 months MMR (2nd dose)
4-in-1 pre-school booster


Your baby can still have their vaccinations if:

  • they have a minor illness without a temperature – such as a cold
  • they have allergies, asthma, eczema or food intolerances
  • they were born prematurely

You can take your baby swimming at any time before and after their immunisations.


Can I refuse my child's vaccinations?

Vaccines are not mandatory in the UK and they cannot be given without your consent.

However, it's important to remember that vaccines will protect your child for many years against a range of serious illnesses.

Without vaccination your child is at greater risk of getting these illnesses.

Follow this link to find out more information on why is it important to be vaccinated: Why vaccination is safe and important - NHS (

If you still wish to decline please complete the following form and email this to Immunisation Decline Form


Can I change my mind about vaccinating my child?

Sometimes parents choose not to vaccinate, but then later decide to make sure their child is protected.

It's best for your child to have their vaccinations according to the NHS vaccination schedule, but it's never too late to check if they can still have them.

Call or visit your GP surgery to make sure your child has any vaccinations they've missed, whatever the reason.