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FLU CLINICS

The Flu season is already here!. Please, book your appointment for the next Flu clinics held at the surgery:

Botley Medical Centre : Saturday 28th September. Patients "over 65" yrs old.

Kennington Health Centre: Saturday 5th of October. Patients "over 65" yrs old

Botley Medical Centre: Saturday 12th of October. "Under 65 at risk"

Kennington Health Centre: Saturday 19th of October."Under 65 at risk"

If you already have an appointment with any of the Doctors, Nurses or Health Care Assistants for any other issue, please ask them for your flu jab during the appointment.

"Vaccination is the most effective way to prevent infection and severe outcomes caused by influenza viruses" World Health Organization 2019. 

Building Work at Botley Medical Centre

Building work commenced on Monday the 8th July at Botley Medical Centre. We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause advance. We are working towards making the Practice lovely and new for our patients!

 

Nurse Practitioners

Nurse Marie Lloyd (f)

We are pleased to welcome Marie to the nursing team at Botley Medical Centre. She is a very experienced nurse, who can also prescribe, so is a real asset to the team.

Mr Pradeep Goel (m)

Nurses

Practice Nurses offer a wide range of treatments including wound care, dressings, travel advice, removal of stitches, ear syringing, cervical smears, childhood immunisations, blood pressure, women’s health and health promotion. Individual nurses also offer specialist advice in diabetes, asthma, chest conditions, heart disease and smoking cessation. They are seen by making an appointment at reception.
Nurse Joanne Vega (f)
Nurse Liz Burquest (f)

Healthcare Assistants

Mrs Yvonne Blakeman (f)

Health Care Assistant

Ms Lisa Boutayeb (f)

Health Care Assistant

Ms Jessica Reece (f)

Jess

Health Care Assistant

Phlebotomists

The Phlebotomist takes blood samples that have been requested by the doctors and nurses. If you have been requested to have a blood test, make an appointment at reception.

 
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