Please note that there will be some changes to our opening hours during the festive period including some service closures. See below for information.
Christmas 2022 opening hours:
19th-23rd December: Normal service hours
24th December (Christmas Eve): Closed
25th December (Christmas Day): Closed
26th December (Boxing Day): Closed
27th December (Christmas Day bank holiday): Closed
28th December: 9:00am – 5:00pm
29-30th December: Normal service hours
31st December (New Year’s Eve): Closed
1st January (New Year’s Day): Closed
2nd January (New Year’s Day bank holiday): Closed
3rd January: Normal service hours resume
I need help out of hours, what can I do?
Please call 111 or visit 111.nhs.uk
You can also contact your GP.
Please call 999 or visit your local Accident and Emergency department (A&E) if it is safe for you to do so.
Mental health crisis:
If you find yourself in a mental health crisis and need urgent support, call 111 and select option 2.
You can also contact Samaritans any time, day or night.
- Call 116 123
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Urgent Treatment Centres (UTC) and Accident and Emergency departments (A&E)
Urgent Treatment Centre
The Urgent Treatment Centre based at Wycombe Hospital, is open from 8am until 8pm, 7 days a week. It is GP led and staffed by doctors and nurses. The UTC is for when you need urgent but not life-threatening medical attention.
There is no A&E department at Wycombe Hospital.
Accident and Emergency departments
Stoke Mandeville Hospital
Additional mental health support
The Bucks Safe Haven service is operating in Buckinghamshire from 6pm- midnight, in the following locations:
7 nights a week
260 Desborough Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP11 2QR.
Please call: 01494 218098
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
Peach Tree House, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, Bierton Road, Sapphire Way, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP20 1EG.
Please call: 01296 453017
NHS 111Visit NHS 111 online
You should use the NHS 111 service if you urgently need medical help or advice, but it’s not a life-threatening situation.
For medical emergencies, call 999.
SamaritansVisit the Samaritans website
The Samaritans offer a 24-hour confidential telephone helpline.
Call: 116 123 (24 hours, 365 days)
For emergencies, call 999.
For non-emergencies, call 101.