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Manor View Practice in Bushey provides the highest quality healthcare to patients in the area. Our healthcare team and all our other staff are dedicated to offering you a professional and dedicated service.

We are delighted to announce that as of 1ST FEB 2019 we have merged with:

The Callowland Surgery, Leavesden Road, Watford.


Please remember to book your flu vaccination appointment, Appointments can be booked online and are now available for all eligible patients aged 18 and over. 


Manor View Practice & Manor View Practice at Callowland now offer pre-bookable appointments most weekends & late evenings across both our Bushey & Watford sites. 


Our Vision

• We have always been, and strive to continue to be, a cradle to grave family doctor practice where patients come first in everything we do.

• At the same time we embrace the modern day NHS and the changing needs of our community.

• We encourage innovation where needed.

• We aim for excellence in all areas.

• We value every member of our team and everyone contributes on a day to day basis to provide the best care we can.


Get Involved

The practice has an active Patient Participation Group and welcomes members. Have a look at what's involved, read the latest reports and sign up. We would love to hear what you have to say.



Bushey Medical Centre has suitable access for disabled patients. There is limited car parking at the centre.  

The surgery is a short walk from Bushey train station.

public transport link

The practice premises are suitable for access to disabled patients. There is a lift which will accommodate a wheelchair from the ground floor entrance hall to the reception area and consulting rooms on the first floor.


Purple star

purple star

Manor View Practice is purple star accredited.

Purple star awards are given to services that work really hard to give the best help to people with learning disabilities.


(Site updated 18/11/2019)
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