During ongoing Covid19 outbreak period
The surgery is changing its procedures temporarily. Appointments can now ONLY be made over the phone or online. Please DO NOT come to the surgery to book any appointment OR if you have any cough, fever OR are felling unwell.
Please visit the government’s gov.uk website for the latest Covid19 advice.
We offer either pre-bookable or same day appointments, which can be booked either by telephone or on-line. For on-line booking information, please telephone reception.
You may request same day appointments for Urgent medically necessitated conditions - however for these the receptionist will ask you about the nature of the request, in order to direct your appointment to the most appropriate clinician.
Reception Front Desk
In order to minimise face to face contact between general practice staff and patients we have taken the decision to close Reception Front Desk at Little Bushey Surgery, please call 0208 386 8888 for any front desk queries, appointments or requests.
We are asking that all patients that require an appt to telephone the surgery and make the appt (or book via the online system)
It is our aim to make a telephone consultation with a clinician in the first instance rather than a face to face appt.
Thank you for your co-operation at this time
In view of the current Covid-19 crisis, hospitals will not be accepting any routine referrals and are screening all urgent referrals. Please do not request routine NHS or Private referrals from the GP but do contact us if you have acute concerns or a deterioration in your medical condition.
Our Practice and local hospital trusts are constantly reviewing and adapting protocols in line with Government and NHS England advice and we hope to resume normal service as soon as possible. Thank you for your co-operation.
What you should do after having attended A&E or discharged from hospital after Covid19
Discharge from A&E after Covid19
Discharge from hospital stay after Covid19
Our practice has opted into the offer by the school nursing service of providing childhood immunisation clinics for GP practices. This is a positive effect of re-deploying the school nurses as a result of the school closures.
Childhood Immunisations have not been cancelled during the current pandemic. Parents will receive an invitation in the usual way by first class post. On the invitation there is a number for parents to ring. When a parent rings for an appointment they will have a choice of venues nearest to their home.
Please do not miss your childs immunisation appointment during this pandemic.
Further Info & help is available at:
General advice reagrding Covid-19
Find out what to do if you think you have symptoms
Find out what you can do if you’re struggling
Self Isolation Advice
Watford Hospital Maternity advice
Maternity Patient Information Covid 19 (Watford Hospital)
Guidance for parents of injured or unwell children
Guide for parents - when your child is ill or unwell
Healthy Hubs (Hertsmere)
Staying Active at Home
Active Coping Calendar Apr 2020
Active Coping Calendar (April 2020)