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IT'S CHRISTMAS!!!!

The Practice will close at 6.30 pm on Tuesday 24th December

and re-open again on Friday 27th December  at 8.00 am

For Medical Emergencies during this period , please call 111.

We would like to remind everyone that the last date for ordering Repeat Prescriptions will be Thursday 19th December 2019

WE WISH YOU ALL A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

NEWS!

02/12/2019

Should you wish to visit our Reception desk in person to book an appointment or make an admin query, please notice that:

From the 1st of December the Reception will be CLOSED every day from:

13:00-14:00

(Our telephone system will be working as usual)

If you have an appointment booked within that time frame, please sign in at the arrivals screen as usual and you will be seen by our clinicians

THANK YOU

 

 

Community Midwives

Our Midwife has a clinic at Botley once a week. She shares the care of patients throughout their pregnancy with the GPs. The midwife team look after patients during delivery at the John Radcliffe Hospital and at home after delivery.
Ms Carol Starbuck
Miss Beth Ivinson (f)

Community Nurses

District Nurses provide nursing care in the community to patients who are housebound and their carers. They have a wide range of expertise but particularly in caring for the terminally ill, wound care and the management of continence. The district nurses can be contacted on 01865 326468

Health Visitors

Health Visitors are qualified nurses who have additional training in family and child health, health promotion and education. The Health Visitors’ office is in South Parade, Summertown, OX2 7JN. The Health Visitors can be contacted on 01865 903800.

Counsellors

A counsellor is attached to the practice. Referrals are made by a doctor or another health care professional within our team.
Ms Angela Whitehead (f)
 
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