Welcome to Milton House Surgery Online
Our whole surgery team is constantly looking to improve both our services and the way in which we provide them to our patients.
If you have any feedback on additional information you would like to see or any other suggestions for our website then please send us an e-mail. If you would like to become more involved with the surgery then you can join our Patient Group.
WHEN WE ARE CLOSED...
...click here for details of out-of-hours care, including the Urgent Care Centre in Hemel Hempstead.
Have we got your current contact details?
If your address, home telephone number, mobile telephone number or contact email address has changed, please let Reception know, or update your details on Patient Access, or use the change of details form on this website.
CQC Inspection Report
Click here for our latest CQC Inspection Report.
APPOINTMENTS AT MILTON HOUSE SURGERY
The surgery offers pre-bookable routine appointments which can be booked online, by telephone or in person. Urgent "on the day" appointments are not available for booking online. If you have an urgent problem that you feel cannot wait for a routine appointment, please call the surgery. Please be aware that you may be called by the Duty Doctor first, therefore please ensure that your contact details are up to date.
WHEN BOOKING AN APPOINTMENT...
...please bear in mind that we have male and female doctors at the surgery, but for urgent matters you may have to see the doctor on duty that day.
THINKING OF STOPPING SMOKING IN 2017?
All four pharmacies in Berkhamsted offer smoking cessation advice - simply drop in to your local pharmacy for further details or visit:
Your local, Sport England & Lottery funded project to help more people get fit and stay active across Dacorum. Click on the link to find out more:
GET SET GO
to use the link on our travel page to help find out if you need any travel vaccinations for your trip abroad.
Please be aware that the surgery cannot enter into any type of consultation with a nurse or doctor using email. It is not considered a safe way of contacting them. Patients should instead telephone the surgery to make either a 5 minute telephone appointment with a doctor/nurse to speak with them initially or to make a face-to-face appointment instead.
If you receive a similar message to this in response to an email you have sent then it should be considered that your request in your email has not been actioned. You should telephone the surgery and speak to a member of our staff instead.
Our 2014-15 Patient Survey has been completed - view the results
PLEASE NOTE - Patient form requests brought in to be completed by one of the doctors can take up to two weeks for completion.
(Site updated 21/03/2018)