NHS England News: Flu Vaccination for 50-64 years old population
After the recent media press release of this new Flu Campaign, Botley Medical Centre is advising people aged between 50-64 to be patient while the planning for the new Flu campaign is underway. Please, wait to be contacted by the practice with more information for new clinics and appointments, which will be running from December into the New Year depending on vaccination delivery to the GP Practices.
Please, do not contact the practice at this stage. Botley Medical Centre will be in touch with those patients with more information shortly.
#Botley Medical Centre# 50-64 Flu Campaign#Stay safe#
Branch Surgery: KENNINGTON HEALTH CENTRE
Monday 12th of October
The branch surgery at Kennington Health Centre to be resuming routine NHS services from the 12th of October.
We will continue running a "book on the day" appointment system for GP contact and in common with all the GP Practices in Oxfordshire and across the county, most of our GP appointments are now being carried out over the phone, video links or on line. Only, those people for whom a face-to-face appointments is clinically appropriate will be seen in person.
These new ways of working mean there is less risk of becoming infected or spreading Covid-19
The Saturday Flu clinics for the Kennington and its surrounding area's population will be still carried out at the Kennington Village Hall until the end of October.
#BotleyMedicalCentre#goodnews#Thank you all#
You can now book your appointment for this year's flu jab. If you are entitled to a free jab, please, phone the surgery after 11:00 a.m. to book your slot.
Flu clinics will be delivered on Saturdays at Botley Medical Centre and the Kennington Village Hall.
( starting the 19th of September)
You can also request your vaccination 'ad hoc' if you need to attend the surgery at a clinician's request. Other clinics to be delivered during the week by nurses and Hcas.
*Children: news to follow shortly.
#Don't take the risk this season#
" ON LINE CONSULTATION SYSTEM"
Contact your doctor now to get advice on your problem
1. Complete a simple form about your problem or request. To complete the form, please click on the link and follow the instructions:
2. Your GPs decide on the best treatment for you.
3. The practice calls you or emails you with advice, a prescription or an appointment
Children & School Advise - Covid 19
This Practice is running a "book on the day" appointment system. GP Appointments are released on a day to day basis. If you need to be contacted by the Doctor, please, phone the surgery on 01865 248719/01865 730911. The GP will call you back to perform a telephone or video consultation. If you need to be seen face to face, they will advise you on the system already in place for these visits.
For emergencies/urgent care there is a Doctor and a Paramedic on site that will contact you for assessment.
Nurses, Health Care Assistants, Physician Associate, Clinical Pharmacist, Social Prescriber's appointments,etc.. can be booked in advance.
# Be Covid-19 smart#
#Wear a mask#Keep social distancing#wash your hands#
PATIENTS ON "SHIELDING" LIST
If you do not have anyone who can support you during these Pandemic , NHS Volunteer Responders are there for you. They can help with picking up shopping, prescriptions, or any other essentials you need. They’re also on hand if you’d like a friendly chat or just want someone to talk to. Call 0808 196 3646 (8am to 8pm) to arrange volunteer support. Further details about the programme, and the support available can be found by visiting online:
KENNINGTON HEALTH CENTRE "UPDATE"
From Monday the 30th of March, our branch surgery at Kennington will be one of the Coronavirus clinics in Oxford. This clinic will provide patient care during the Coronavirus crisis for people with suspected Covid-19 infection.
PLEASE DO NOT VISIT THE GP SURGERY IN PERSON. If you need health advice for suspected coronavirus, contact NHS 111 online or by phone. You can also contact your GP practice ( main site: Botley Medical Centre) through the online consultation service or by telephone if you are concerned about coronavirus or any other health condition. You will be offered a telephone appointment with a doctor if necessary. The doctor will decide if you also need to be seen face to face.
For prescriptions and other admin queries, please notice the you can request them on line, by phone or through the On Line consultation link in our website.
The most important thing you can do to stay safe, protect your family and protect your NHS doctors and nurses is to follow public health advice to stay at home and keep your distance from other people whenever possible.
#Stay Home# NHS
Welcome to Botley Medical Centre
(Branch Surgery: Kennington Health Centre, Kennington Road, Oxford. OX1 5PY )
Botley Medical Centre serves the West Oxford area, from the railway station, through Botley to Farmoor (to the Toll Bridge at Eynsham), Cumnor, Appleton, Wootton Village and Boars Hill, Kennington, Radley and the surrounding areas . We also provide medical services to Oxford Brookes University Harcourt Hill campus.
We are a practice of General Practitioners, contracted to provide services in conjunction with NHS Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group. Our team includes a practice manager, Advanced Nurse Prescriber, Clinical Pharmacists, practice nurses, District Nurses, Health Visitors, a Midwife, a Counsellor, Health Care Assistants and patient services staff.
We aim to provide and improve the best care for our patients. We want to attain the highest standard of clinical practice and to maintain a support working environment for our staff.
We have recently formed a Primary Care Network called White Horse and Botley Primary Care Network, we are working together with White Horse Medical Centre in Faringdon to improve the access to care for our patients.
Did you know that you can now have access to your medical records? Please, go to further information, Downloads, where you can find the form to request so.
(Site updated 21/11/2020)