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Banbury Road Medical Centre

 

We are a practice of four GP partners, and one salaried GP working along side a team of Practice Nurses, Health Care Assistants, District Nurses and Midwives. 

Our aim is to provide and achieve the highest standard of care for all of our patients, providing a wide range of primary care services in an efficient, responsive and supportive environment. We strive to offer patients both choice in personnel and timing of appointments and make the surgery feel as relaxed as possible without compromising overall effciency.

We also provide medical services to several Colleges with the University of Oxford, and some local schools including; St Hilda's College, Jesus College, Lady Margaret Hall and Wolfson College, along with St Clare's and Wychwood School.

Car parking is available for disabled badge holders only and is very limited. There is a large public pay and display car park within 150m and a bus stop 20m away. 

 

Notice To Patients

We would like to advice patients that due to unforseen circumstances, Dr Jane Morris will be on sick leave for the foreseeable future.

You will ve able to book in with another dcotor during this time, and we hope to see her back with us soon.

Thank you for your co-operation during this period.

 

Flu Season 2014/2015

Please remember to book in for your flu jabs if you haven't already and are eligable for one. If you are unsure if you are eligable or not a member of staff will be able to help you.

 

  Yellow Fever Update

Unfortunately we are still unable to offer Yellow Fever vaccinations at the moment due to the national shortage of them being available. If you are looking for other places you can get your Yellow Fever vaccination please visit;

https://www.nathnac.org/index.htm

(Site updated 23/10/2014)
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