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  • Easter Weekend:

    The surgery will be closed on Good Friday, 19th April 2019 and Easter Monday, 22nd April 2019 for the Easter Bank Holidays.

    Follow the link below to see a list of pharmacies open during the weekend in Oxfordshire:

    https://www.oxfordshireccg.nhs.uk/documents/pharmacies/Easter_May2019/Oxfordshire.pdf

    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

  • Kirtlington Good Neighbour Scheme (KGNS) - 07925 108011

    The Kirtlington Good Neighbour scheme, in cooperation with Kirtlington Care, has been running for a few years now and offers those in need a place to ask for help.

    If you need help or know of any resident of Kirtlington who does, let them know and call the above number. All the volunteers are DBS checked and available to help when they can.

    They offer:
    - Occasional transport
    - Popping in for a chat
    - Collection of prescriptions
    - Carrying out little errands (eg. re-tuning televisions, odd items of shopping)
    - Help with other unforeseen problems which may occur

    If you haven’t signed up as a volunteer and would like to offer occasional help, please email KirtGNS@googlemail.com and you will be added to the list.

  • 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

    OR

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

    THEN

    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.

  • 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.

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