Mid and South Buckinghamshire NHS Diagnostic Centre
Mid and South Buckinghamshire NHS Diagnostic Centre

How to refer a patient to Mid and South Buckinghamshire Diagnostic Centre

It’s easy to refer a patient to the treatment centre. Before doing so, please check the following referral criteria:

  • We do not accept referrals for patients aged under 16 years. 
  • Referral documentation must be completed with accurate patient demographics, NHS number and appropriate clinical indications.

How to refer a patient:

  • Via Choose and Book.
  • By fax to 01494 472166.
  • By secure email: CUK.bucksdiagnostics@nhs.net
  • By post to: Mid & South Buckinghamshire NHS Diagnostic Centre, Unit 2, The Merlin Centre Cressex Business Park, Lancaster Road, High Wycombe, HP12 3QL.

If you are making a referral, please detail the patient’s medical history and any other relevant information that you feel would be beneficial for the consultant at the centre to know.

Download our quick reference guide.

Referral forms:

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