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Medical Services




The town is served by two practices, the Cross Keys Practice and the Wellington Practice both of which have additional practices in Chinnor, Oxon.


The Cross Keys Practice shown below is on the High St.  Tel:01844 344488



Details about The Cross Keys Practice can be found at: www.crosskeyspractice.co.uk/index.   In particular there is information about becoming a new patient and the appointment system.

The Cross Keys Surgery serves patients in Princes Risborough, Chinnor and surrounding villages. It has an active patient participation group (PPG) which  aims to; develop a partnership with patients, doctors and staff and to discover what a range of patients think about services and to establish their priorities. We also provide a platform to test and modify ideas and plans. Further information at: https://www.bucksvoice.net/xkeysppg/. If you are interested in joining the PPG contact via crosskeysppg@gmail.com or speak to the Practice Manager.


Click here to see the latest Cross Keys Surgery newsletter.


The Wellington Practice is located next to the Community Centre off Stratton Road. Tel: 1844 344281  







The area is served by two main hospitals


Stoke Mandeville Hospital

Mandeville Road, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP21 8AL.
Telephone: 01296 315000

 Stoke Mandaville

Wycombe Hospital

Queen Alexandra Road, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP11 2TT
Telephone: 01494 526161

Wycombe Hospital


The nearest Accident and Emergency Department is at Stoke Mandeville Hospital    

There is a Minor Injuries Department at High Wycombe Hospital

For more details on what the Minor Injuries Department can help with click here


Don’t forget the 111 for medical advice click here for more information on this service.

call 111 


Risboro’ 1st Responders (R1R)


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The role of R1R is to attend cardiac arrests and other RED ’999′ ambulance calls in the Risborough area when tasked by the South Central Ambulance Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) at Bicester. 

For more information on R1R and how you can become a volunteer click here