The future of GP and Healthcare services in Buckingham

Closed 16 Nov 2021

Opened 23 Aug 2021


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This survey is being conducted on behalf of The Swan Practice in Buckingham.

The Swan Practice is is asking patients to share their views on the future of GP and Primary Care services in the Buckingham area.

As you may be aware, we have been working on proposals to move our two Buckingham based surgeries - North End and Verney Close - into a possible new site at Lace Hill, near the large Tesco superstore.

Our surgery at Steeple Claydon would not be affected by this plan.

The ageing buildings, which have very limited car parking facilities and poor disabled access, cannot be expanded or redeveloped to adequate standards. It is no longer possible to safely offer the level of service to patients that we would wish to as a modern, innovative GP Practice. We must also prepare for the fact that our population size is growing. Our practices are already too small for the size of population we serve.

As a result of these considerations, The Swan Practice  now believes the best course of action is to relocate to a purpose-built Health Centre which can offer a wider range of high quality services to our patients. 

First, however, it is vital that we first understand the views and needs of our patients to ensure any future proposals take these into account.

We would be very grateful if you could please take part in this survey to help us.

You can find more information about these plans at 


We will use the information you provide here only for this activity. We will store the information securely in line with data protection laws and will not share or publish any personal details. For more information about data and privacy, please see our Privacy Policy.

If you have questions about data and privacy, please email us on Or write to our Data Protection Officer at Buckinghamshire Council, The Gateway, Gatehouse Road, Aylesbury, HP19 8FF.


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