Research in Practice
South Asia Biobank is an international research study designed to prevent the high risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer among South Asian people.
In order to take part in the study participants have to meet a basic criterion of:
- Be of South Asian origin
- Aged between 18-85
- Have an NHS number
You will not be able to participate if you are pregnant or have suffered from a recent acute illness.
For further information please follow this link to the website.
Contact us online to request an appointment
You can now once again make online requests for admin and clinical queries - these are called Patient Traige requests. From the second week of January 2024, all clinical appointments must be requested online and patients must only call for doctors and nurses appointments if they do not have online access.
The number of daily online requests has capacity limits. If the limit has reached, please try again the next day.
The Ivers Practice is taking part in the national PANORAMIC clinical trial, which aims to find new antiviral treatments for people with COVID-19 that can be taken at home. To be eligible to join the trial you will need to have a positive test for COVID-19and symptoms that are likely to be caused by COVID-19, starting in the last 5 days. The trial is open to people aged 50 or over, or 18-49 years with an underlying health condition. If you are registered at [Insert practice name] and would like more information, please contact us on [Insert practice telephone number]. You can join the trial online, even if you are not currently registered with our practice. For full details, visit: www.panoramictrial.org
Services you can access without requiring a GP Referral (Self-Referrals)
Did you know you could access some NHS services without a GP Referral?
The following is a list of local self-referral pathways:
- Age-related hearing loss: For patients aged 55 and over, experiencing hearing and communication difficulties, who feel they might benefit from a hearing assessment and rehabilitation including the option of trying hearing aids. Click here to print the self-referral form. Then call one of the providers on the list to book an appointment.
- Therapies for depression, stress, employment problems and anxiety (and other mental health problems): NHS Buckinghamshire Talking Therapies provides a variety of forms of talking therapies, which is the recommended first-line option for mild to moderate depression and anxiety. You can self-refer here.
You can also access the crisis team in a crisis by calling 111 and you can access confidential support 24/7 via Samaratans by calling 116 123 from your phone for free.
If you are aged 15-25 you can also access free counselling in High Wycombe from yeswycombe.org charity.
- Genitourinary Medicine and Sexual Health: https://sexualhealthbucks.nhs.uk/
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Welcome to Dr Eleni Daykin who joins the practice from September 2022, and we say a sad farewell to Dr Tina Patel who left the practice in October 2022. Thank you for years of service to the Iver community.
We also welcome a new GP trainee doctor to the surgery Dr Usna Kakar.
Welcome to our new staff members
George Buckland - Physiotherapist, you can book directly with him with any new muscular or joint problems via the reception team
Scott Yeomanson - Social prescriber who can help patients to improve their health, well-being and social welfare by connecting them to community services
Patient Survey response from the practice - please see News Feed
Welcome to The Ivers Practice
“Provide high quality safe and effective primary care services, that are patient centred. To educate and help patients to be aware of their health needs, promoting choice, whilst using NHS resources in a responsible and appropriate manner”
Care • Quality • Compassion