Eye problems? The Oxfordshire Minor Eye Conditions Service (MECS) is now available for patients at three local opticians (Boots Wallingford, Robert Stanley Wallingford and Patricia Hayselden Wallingford), as well as many others across Oxfordshire. They can see conditions such as red eye, dry eyes, irritation and inflammation, recent flashes and floaters, foreign bodies in the eye and recent and sudden loss of vision. See here for more details. You need to telephone for an appointment and the qualified optometrist will then be able to deal with your problem or refer you to the eye hospital if necessary.
Would you like help to lose weight? You can now self-refer to Achieve Oxfordshire who offer a range of services. Click here for details or see a doctor or practice nurse.
Do you have diabetes? Would you like to get more active? Sign up with GoActiveGetHealthy for advice and free motivational support and subsidised activities and gym use.
Shortage of hepatitis B vaccines - click here for more information
Join our Patients Participation Group (PPG) -see Patient Group Newsletters by clicking on the link below
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Are you a carer? Please let our reception team know so that we can record this on your notes. Our Carers Champions would be happy to help and advise you on local resources or see www.carersoxfordshire.org.uk
GP Access Fund Project 2017
Click here to find out more and how this could benefit you - 03/03/2017.
Annual Infection Reports
Click here to view our infection rates following minor procedures - 20/04/2017
Click here to view our infection rates following minor procedures - 20/03/2018
Newsletter - Issue 1 2017
Click here to view our latest news letter - 10/10/2017.
Important Patient Information - SMS Reminders service resumes
Dear Patients, SMS Appointment reminder service is now back up and running - 05/07/2018.
Important information for Patients who use Patient Access - Online services
Dear Patients, Our clinical provider has made some significant changes to the Patient Access website. Unfortunately there have been some problems with the change that have affected the service nationwide. You may find problems in re-registering for the service. It is no longer possible to share an email address with another patient and register for Patient Access. Please make sure that you are using your own unique email address if you are having problems with registering. If you are still having problems having tried this, please contact the surgery for help getting you up and running with Patient Access. 08/06/2018.