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Protected Learning Time (PLT) for 2019

Every month the Surgery closes at 1.30pm to enable staff to attend training and updates.  The Surgery is closed from 1.30pm till 6.30pm on the following dates: The surgery will re open at 8.00am the next working day.

January - Thursday 24th

February - Wednesday 20th

March - Thursday 21st

April - Wednesday 10th

May - Thursday 23rd

June - Wednesday 19th

July  -Thursday 18th

September - Wednesday 18th

October - Thursday 17th

November - Wednesday 20th 

Extended Hours

Please note that the Surgery runs clinics out of core hours.  These appointments have to be pre-booked at least a week before the clinic.  The Clinics are held:

Every Saturday from 8am to 12pm (Both Nurse and GP appts)

Please call reception to book an appointment.



Wolverton Health Centre Patient Participation Group



Dates for your diary
Age UK run a drop in clinic at the Health Centre every Thursday 10.30am – 1.00pm. Please ask at reception for more details. There is no need to make an appointment.



Wolverton Health Centre

Patient Participation Group

2017 Meeting Dates


The Wolverton Health Centre Patient Participation Group (PPG) meets once a month to …. Any WHC registered patient can attend the meetings. If you would like to join the PPG you can complete a form online.

The current interim Chair is Peter Wickson. Secretary Janet Bushby.



Meetings are held in Seminar Room 2, 6.30pm – 7.30pm

Please sign in at reception


Monday, 06th February

Monday, 06th March

Monday, 03rd April

Monday, 08th May

Monday, 05th June

Monday, 03rd July

Monday, 07th August

Monday, 04th September

Monday, 02nd October

Monday 06th November

Monday, 04th December






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