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.
We are not planning to hold any vaccine clinics for the Spring Booster here at Rectory Meadow Surgery as there are several options locally all bookable via the National Booking System.
If you are 75 years of age or over 18 and immunosuppressed you will receive an invitation from NHS England to book your Spring Booster. You can do this via 119 or
How to get a booster dose of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine - NHS (www.nhs.uk) if you haven’t had an invite as yet please do call 119 and they will be able to help you. We would appreciate it if you didn’t call the surgery regarding this.
Please note your Spring Booster needs to be given 6 months after your previous dose and you cannot have a booster vaccine until 28 days after testing positive with COVID so please be aware of this if booking.
- You can find your local covid-19 vaccination site on the following link: walk-in vaccination site finder.
- The surgery does not currently have any scheduled covid-19 vaccination clinics.
- COVID Information page - please click here
FLU Vaccination– Please contact the practice regarding booking your flu appointment
Rectory Meadow Patient Group
We are the Rectory Meadow Patients Group - a communication channel between the Practice staff and patients. Please go to our page for information on what we do and how to join - link to our page
The Surgery will be closed for staff training from 13:00 hrs on Tuesday 14th June 2022:
We will re-open on Wednesday 15th June as normal. If you require medical advice please call 111 or for urgent medical help please call 999.
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Want some guidance on you symptoms - visit 111 online
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(Site updated 23/05/2022)