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Rectory Meadow Surgery is a GP Practice which seeks to provide high quality NHS healthcare to patients in the Amersham area.  
This website helps patients to access our services while keeping up to date with news and information about our Practice.  Rectory Meadow Surgery came second in a patient satisfaction survey covering the whole of Buckinghamshire in 2021 and has received a ‘Good’ rating from the Care Quality Commission.  As well as a team of experienced doctors, nurses and associated staff, our Practice helps fully-qualified doctors complete the final stages of their GP training. Activities and health education are also offered and encouraged to promote self-help, well-being and disease prevention.


FLU – you will receive a text with a link to book your appointment or be contacted by phone

COVID – you will be contacted directly to book an appointment


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 Dr Muir Ferguson

Please click the link Letter from the management team for important information regarding Dr Ferguson’s gradual retirement.

 Dr Kate Avery

Having completed all her training we are delighted to announce that Dr Kate Avery will be staying with us as a salaried GP from August 2021. Dr Avery will be working on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays and we are delighted to welcome her to the team.


Surgery will be closed for staff training from 1300 on Thursday 18 November 21


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