Burnham Health Centre
Burnham health centre is a local amalgamation of three different practices and has more than 18,000 patients registered to date. There are three doctors, nurses, and midwives employed by the practice, and the centre also has plans to merge with another practice, which would increase the number of patients to over 22,000 and provide various services, such as drop-in clinics, Citizens Advice Bureau, youth counselling, diabetic education, and various carers groups.
Has a ‘permit holders only’ policy
The Slough health centre has chosen Creative Parking Solutions to manage the car park at the hospital. The health centre has chosen the parking operation system, which uses ANPR cameras to detect number plates. This will allow the health centre to cope with the increasing demand for car parking spaces. Creative Parking Solutions is a local company, with offices in Slough and Reading. For more information, visit their website.
Has a ramp
The Burnham Health Centre car park has been re-designed to provide access for wheelchair users. The building features more than 30 spaces for patients and a 12-strong team of health care assistants and nurses. It also has NHS dental services and day services for people with dementia. Practice chairman Dr Harvey Sampson said: “The new Burnham Health Centre is a much-needed boost for the community. It’s a modern facility, which aims to provide a better level of healthcare in the town.”
Has a vaccination centre
The NHS National Booking Service is now open for 12-15 year olds. This means you no longer have to wait for up to 15 minutes for your vaccination. Despite this, the Burnham Health Centre can be busy, and parking is limited. If you can, make alternative travel arrangements to avoid the queue. The following are some of the main vaccinations available. You should book as soon as possible to avoid the long queues.
There are three main locations across Buckinghamshire, with each offering a different vaccine. The vaccination centre at Burnham Health Centre in Burnham is one of them. The vaccination centre is located on Minniecroft Road. It will be open from 2pm to 7pm on Tuesday 17 August and 9am to 1pm on Saturday 21 August. The COVID vaccine, made by Pfizer, must be received at least eight weeks after the first dose.
Has a phone-only system
It has been three days since I tried to make an appointment at Burnham Health Centre, and I have yet to hear back. The practice’s phone system is out of date, and I’ve had to call twice, each time to speak to a different person. There’s no queue, no online booking system, and no appointment booking button. So, what do I do? I can’t get through to the receptionist at the Burnham Health Centre!
Andy Burnham is a Labour MP. In 2010, he ran for the Labour leadership, but lost. He has been a prominent figure in the party since his election as a minister since 1997. In May 2010, Burnham became Shadow Secretary of State for Health, and later announced his intention to run in the Labour leadership contest. Burnham supported the Intern Aware campaign to end unpaid internships, and made policy commitments to set up a national care service and replace inheritance tax with land value tax. He has since returned to the role of Shadow Health Secretary, but he has not been a successful candidate for the leadership.
Has ANPR cameras
Has ANPR cameras at Burnham Health Center been a controversial practice? Thankfully, there is an alternative – a safer and more discreet way to prevent car theft and vandalism. ANPR cameras are designed to detect and identify vehicles by their Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) technology. This technology will also allow police to quickly identify suspicious vehicles and evade penalties. Although this method may sound overly intrusive, it is an effective way to reduce vehicle crime and ensure that cars and vans do not cause any damage to the environment.
Creative Parking Solutions will manage the car park at the Burnham Health Centre in Slough, Berkshire. To combat this growing problem, the health centre’s bosses have opted to implement a parking operation system that will use ANPR cameras to monitor and record vehicle registration details. These cameras will help the health centre cope with the increasing demand for parking spaces. As a result, the car park at the Burnham Health Centre is now much safer.