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Major Interruption to Telephone Lines

Many of our patients will have noticed that we had problems with our telephone lines most of the week culminating in a total failure of the phone lines at 18:30 on Thursday 15 October.


At 12.15 today (Friday 16 October 2015) BT resolved the problem and normal service was resumed.

Please accept our sincere apologies to all our patients for this major interruption to service.


Closures for Training

Please note that the surgery will close from 12 noon - 5pm on the following dates for training:

Thursday November 26 2015

Tuesday January 26 2016

Wednesday February 24 2016

Thursday March 17 2016

Should you require medical attention while the surgery is closed please call NHS 111.


Dr Assad Hamid

We are sorry to announce that Dr Hamid will be leaving the practice at the end of 2015 to further develop his skills in Cardiology.


While we will be very sorry to see him go and he will be sorely missed we hope that you join us in wishing him well.


The practice team are busy looking for someone to step into his shoes - he’ll be a hard act to follow



The new criteria for eligibility for the Shingles vaccine has been published by the Department of Health.


If you fall into any of the YES groups and have not yet had your vaccination please contact the practice to make an appointment (please see "Shingles" page below to see if you qualify).




We are now taking bookings for flu jobs - please ask at reception.




Stony Medical Centre



This is a partnership of seven doctors and one salaried doctor working from the Health Centre in Market Square, Stony Stratford, the first purpose built Health Centre in Milton Keynes, having opened in 1974.

We believe that a group practice such as ours provides a choice of personal care from doctors with a wide range of medical interests.




Vision Statement


Stony Medical Centre will strive to provide a high quality General Practitioner service to the patients of our practice.


The patients of Stony Medical Centre will have a registered doctor and through this we aim to provide a high quality service based around an old fashioned approach valuing continuity of care.


We have local knowledge and are committed to provide a locally delivered service in a safe and holistic environment.


Stony Medical Centre will work hard to protect the rights of our patients to receive a high quality service that is available to all. In this financially compromised climate we will work hard to maintain the ability for all to receive GP care by developing other services that will allow us to support GP services for our patients.


We intend to work to ensure we reside in a building fit for purpose, that meets the needs of the community, the patients and our staff. Our future premises should provide Stony Medical Centre with the potential to deliver new services that will support our desire to provide high quality general practitioner services to all.


We will continue to work with training organisations to remain a centre of excellence for the doctors of the future.

We will respect all our patients irrespective of age, ability/disability, ethnicity, gender or sexual orientation, treating them with courtesy and professionalism at all times and we expect and trust that our patients will return this courtesy to all staff and other users of the building.



Please download our Patient Information Leaflet:


Practice Leaflet


Please download our latest Information Sheet


Issue 40 Containing information about the future of GP services.

Issue 41 Containing information about changes to the team and caring for a cold



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