Buckinghamshire Urgent Care
  • Buckinghamshire Urgent Care
  • Buckinghamshire Urgent Care
  • Buckinghamshire Urgent Care

Buckinghamshire Urgent Care Alliance LLP (BUC) works in partnership with Care UK to provide two services in Buckinghamshire.

The two NHS services are commissioned by Aylesbury Vale Clinical Commissioning Group and Chiltern Clinical Commissioning Group.   

BUC’s Out-of-Hours Service provides advice, information and treatment for NHS patients who become unwell when their own GP surgery is closed. Find out more.

Our GP-led Minor Injury and Illness Unit in Wycombe is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It is based at the High Wycombe Hospital site and offers support to people who need to access services for minor injury and illness. Find out more.

If you have recently used our service and would like to leave feedback about your experience, please complete our questionnaire. Your views are very important to us because it helps us provide even better services.

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February 9th 2015

Belinda Moore, the Chair of Care UK’s Wellbeing Foundation Board, talks about why the Foundation is supporting music therapy initiatives and outlines some of the charities which have already benefited from its grassroots grants.

February 27th 2015

The government has announced it will invest more than £300 million into dementia research and innovation as part of a five year strategy to improve care and awareness of the condition.

February 27th 2015

The government has announced it will invest more than £300 million into dementia research and innovation as part of a five year strategy to improve care and awareness of the condition.

February 26th 2015

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February 25th 2015

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February 23rd 2015

Norovirus is again in the news with outbreaks closing hospital wards and keeping people from visiting loved ones in care homes. Dr Marjorie Gillespie urges people who think they have the illness to stay at home to prevent it spreading.

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