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Doctors Appointments (Tel: 01865 515731)

blood_pressure2We offer ten minute surgery appointments with the doctor.  Each doctor has their own consulting times but appointments are generally available from 9.00 am – 11.00 am and 3.30pm – 5.30pm Monday to Friday. 

Routine appointments can be booked in advance but we aim to see patients with urgent problems the same day.  In order to enable continuity of care, we ask you to see one regular doctor wherever possible. 

If you no longer require your appointment, please telephone us so that it may be used for another patient.

Evening and Weekend Appointments

Evening and weekend NHS appointments are now available in the new OxFed Evening and Weekend GP Clinics, located around the Oxford City area, where you can consult with a NHS GP, practice nurse, or other health professional. Appointments are booked by calling our Practice reception who can advise if the service is suitable for your needs. For more information about opening times and clinic locations please see the OxFed website

Telephone Advice (Tel: 01865 515731)

Our doctors and nurses are usually available for telephone advice e.g. for results, medication queries or advice. Please contact reception for this.  The best time to call is between 11.30 – 12.00 noon and 3.00 pm – 3.30 pm.

Practice Nurse Appointments (Tel 01865 515731)

bp_checkPractice Nurses are trained to dealt with a wide range of problems including wound care, health education and smoking cessation, travel immunisations and cervical smears.  Individual nurse can provide more specialised advice and follow-up for diabetes, asthma and high blood pressure. 

When booking an appointment, it is helpful if you can give your reason for attending, so that we can book you into an appropriate clinic.

Healthcare Assistant (Tel: 01865 515731)

Our Healthcare Assistant is fully trained to take blood samples, blood pressure measurements and other tasks to assist the doctors and Practice Nurse.

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