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  • Repeat prescriptions - please order before Friday 14th December

    to ensure you have enough supply of your regular medication to last over the festive period.

    Saturday 22nd December 2018 : 8.00am – 10.30am
    Sunday 23rd December 2018 : CLOSED

    Monday 24th December 2018 : 8.30am – 6.30pm
    Tuesday 25th December 2018 : CLOSED
    Wednesday 26th December 2018 : CLOSED
    Thursday 27th December 2018 : 8.30am – 6.30pm
    Friday 28th December 2018 : 8.30am – 6.30pm

    Saturday 29th December 2018 8.00am – 10.30am
    Sunday 30th December 2018 : Closed

    Monday 31st December 2018 : 8.30am – 6.30pm
    Tuesday 1st January 2019 : CLOSED

    If the surgery is closed, telephone 111 for medical advice and treatment

  • Oxfordshire Pharmacy opening hours over the Christmas bank holidays and New Year period:

    What Health Advice can I go to a Pharmacist for?

    Pharmacies or chemists dispense prescribed and off the shelf medicines. Many also provide additional services for patients and customers such as:

    - advice about minor illnesses and conditions
    - advice on how to manage your medicines
    - leaflets on health matters
    - advice and support to nursing and residential homes
    - blood glucose monitoring
    - blood pressure measurement
    - herbal remedies and alternative medicine
    - emergency hormone contraception

    *** Pharmacy opening hours over the Christmas 2018 and New Year 2019 bank holidays are subject to change although the details are correct at the time published.
    You are advised to contact the pharmacy to ensure they are open before making a journey ***

  • Medication recommended by hospitals

    Medication following an outpatient appointment or hospital discharge (NHS patients): 

    If you have a hospital letter that recommends new medication OR a change in medication


    You have been seen at a hospital and they are sending your GP a request for a prescription


    You may have to wait up to 14 days for your new medication to be prepared.

    If the hospital requires you to change your medication immediately, then you will be issued with medication by the hospital until we are able to provide the required medication.

    Thank you for your cooperation.

  • Still not had your Flu Jab?

    We still have flu vaccines available for all our eligible patients; aged 65 or over on 31st March 2019, pregnant, immunosuppressed or who have a long term chronic condition (eg diabetes, COPD, heart/liver/kidney/neurological disease) - Don't wait, book for yours now! Please give us a call on 01993 811452 or ask at reception to book an appointment.

    ** Was your child born between 1st September 2014 and 31st August 2016? **

    If so they are eligible for the flu vaccine at the surgery. Speak to reception to book your appointment on 01993 811452.

    Please note: Children born between 1st September 2008 and 31st August 2014 will be offered the flu vaccine at school.

    Please see the NHS website for further information on eligibility....

  • GP Update

    Dr Roskell left Woodstock Surgery at the end of August 2018.

    We continue with our remaining partners, Dr Turner, Dr Becker, Dr Frankel and Dr Ali. 

    Until we are able to appoint a new permanent GP, we are delighted that two regular locum doctors, Dr Ahmed and Dr Cheung will be working with us. 

  • The NEW Patient Access website was launched on Wednesday 30th May!

    This version brings a redesigned user experience, simplified registration and sign in as well as making the service more intuitive and user friendly.

    Have you signed up for Patient Online Access yet?

    When you do, you will be able to:
    - order your repeat medication
    - book an appointment with your usual GP, or a HCA for a blood test
    - view your medical record, including your results

    Sign up today!

    Complete our Medical Records Online Registration form, bring one photographic form of ID into the surgery and speak to the receptionist who will be able to activate your account for you.

  • What is GDPR?

    GDPR is the EU General Data Protection Regulation law coming into effect on the 25th May 2018. For more information on how we use your information please see the Privacy Notice on our website or ask at reception.

    How we use your information

  • Roadworks around Headington Hospitals

Roadworks around Headington Hospitals

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