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Welcome to our two new Partners joining the surgery.

Dr Catriona Reid and Dr Thomas Holyoake. Dr Reid joined us on 7th September. Dr Holyoake joined us on 4th October.

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Following the ban on fax machines by the Health and Social Care Secretary, Matt Hancock, our fax machine has now been turned off. We will update our headed notepaper and compliments slips but please note we can no longer send or receive faxes.

Home Visits

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These are mainly for patients too ill to attend Surgery.

Please telephone with brief details of symptoms before 10:30 if possible.

In an emergency, telephone the Surgery (01295 758372) and the receptionist will then pass your message to the doctor.

Primary Care Visiting Service

Oxfordshire GPs were successful in winning a bid for money to trial various service changes across the area. The contract with NHS England is operated for our area by our new collaboration of GP Practices called NOxMed. There are some exciting plans in development but the first of these has started in the shape of the Primary Care Visiting Service (PCVS).

If you ring for a home visit and the doctor thinks that you are suitable, one of the Emergency Care Practitioners from the PCVS will come to see you. The paramedic will then report back to the doctor with the results and they will work together to provide the most suitable care for you.

Patients in the Banbury area will be visited throughout the day and not have to wait until the doctor is free; it will also allow the doctors to spend more time with patients who may be particularly ill or who may have very complex needs.

These visits are proving very popular so let us know what you think if you are visited by one of the team.

 
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