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Welcome to Buckshaw Village Surgery.

Buckshaw Village Surgery aims to provide the highest quality healthcare to patients in the area. Our doctors, nurses and all our other staff are dedicated to offering a professional service, and offer you a comprehensive range of clinical services

patien_co_uk.jpg Important changes to our Online Services


In January 2014 we will be changing our online service to Patient Access via

The new service will allow for repeat prescription requests direct to the doctors, real time appointment booking, change of details and allow our patients to access their own clinical records.

To use the Online Services, you and will need to register via the below link and will be required to verify your identity with us to be able to fully use the service.

Please register and follow the on screen instructions or ask the reception team to fully reigster you on your next visit to the surgery. 


NHS England CARE.DATA initiative  nhsengland_logo


Every week, the NHS collects millions of pieces of data about the nature of people’s health, the way services are accessed and the types of treatments provided to support our nations’ health and wellbeing. is being delivered by the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) and

NHS England to bring this information together so the NHS can use it to:  

  • better understand and improve the health of the nation;

  • find ways of targeting, preventing, treating and managing illness and disease; and

  • better anticipate future need for services and plan and commission accordingly.

The information gathered - date of birth, full postcode, NHS Number and gender - will be used to link patient records in a secure system, managed by the HSCIC. Confidentiality is paramount and if this information is used, it will not contain information that identifies individuals. The type of information shared, and how it is shared, is controlled by law and strict confidentiality rules.  NHS England is committed to supporting patients in making informed decisions about their healthcare and how their information is used.

An awareness campaign will include a letter sent to every household in England commenced on 6th January, explaining what information will be used as part of, making it clear how people can opt out if they choose to do so.

GP's are legally obligated to provide this data to NHS England and the data will begin transfering by the end of January.  Please read the Patient Leaflet attached.  A limited number of these are available in the surgery.  Alternatively for more information please access NHS England's dedicated website at

Should you have any questions, please contact NHS England on: 0300 456 3531


UPDATE:  NHS England have announced a 6 month delay on this data extract.  Please visit for more information


Yellow Fever Vaccines:

There is a National shortage of Yellow Fever vaccinations and we do not currently have any in stock. The suppliers are yet unable to advise when there will be any available.  Please refer to for further details.

Patient Feedback: comments

We have a suggestion box in the surgery foyer, and are developing questionnaires for completion within the practice.  You can also complete a questionnaire on this website now.  We want to encourage each and everyone of you to give feedback, so that we can constantly strive to offer you the highest quality of service and care possible.

3dgraph1 Please take our patient survey

Envelope and a pencil Send us your comments or suggestions

Subscribe to the newsletter Pre-register as a new patient on this page

*** Please complete the new patient questionnaire as well as the registration form.  Please note you will not be fully registered until you attend for a new patient medical. Thank you *****


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