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 The annual meeting of the Patient participation Group (PPG) is to be held on Monday March 2nd, 7pm.at Woodstock Surgery.  All members of the Group are invited to attend.

The PPG is a virtual group, apart from one annual meeting.  If you are interested in health issues and wish to help us improve our services, please do become a member.  Please contact reception.

 

 

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Woodstock, 8 miles north of Oxford on the edge of the Cotswolds, is an historic town adjacent to Blenheim Palace, home of the Duke of Marlborough and birthplace of Winston Churchill.

Woodstock Surgery is a mainly rural practice of 9400 patients of whom over 6000 live outside the town. We cover 34 villages and hamlets.  The practice numbers have been stable for over 40 years and there are no foreseeable changes to be expected.

 The practice is not dispensing but the local chemist does a village delivery to six villages.

We are computerised (EMIS WEB) with registration links to the Thames Valley Primary Care Agency.

Woodstock Practice is committed to giving the best possible care to all our patients.

 Patient Access

 

Disabled Access

There is easy access for wheelchairs and there is a toilet suitable for use by the disabled on the premises. If you require further help please ask at reception.

We regret that parking is very difficult in Woodstock and the small lay-by in the front should be used by disabled patients only.

 

 


 

 

 

Online Services

Our Online Services are operated by Patient Access.  before using these services you will need to register.  Please contact Reception who will provide you with further details.

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