About the Surgery

The History of the Red House Surgery

The Red House Surgery was established in 1815 by Dr Camp, catering to the then sparsely populated countryside. Over the years the surgery expanded to meet the needs of the growing population, even establishing the Bungalow Maternity Home in the paddock next to the old Red House Surgery; here the midwives and doctors helped to deliver nearly 1,000 babies before it closed in the 1950’s.


With an ever growing population the Red House is constantly evolving to ensure the best possible care for all of its 13,600 patients.

The surgery is located at 241 Queensway, Bletchley near the centre of town.

Parking is at the rear of the surgery.

Access and services are available for disabled patients.


We are a five Partner practice:

  • 2 full time males
  • 1 3/4 time male
  • 2 full time females
  • 4 part time females – salaried

We run a group practice and you may see whichever doctor you choose.

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