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Flu clinics are now available to book. We have a final clinic running on Saturday 4th November. We also have clinics running in the week throughout October. Please telephone the practice to arrange an appointment

We are now able to offer appointments at weekends and evenings. For more about this service, click here

Community Midwives

Two midwives (employed by John Radcliffe hospital/Oxfordshire Health) are in Faringdon on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. A midwife will contact you to arrange a first appointment at about 10/12 weeks and explain what will happen. At this time you can elect to go to Oxford, Swindon or Wantage (unless it's a 1st child) for delivery. To register your pregnancy and arrange your initial appointment with the midwife, you will need an appointment with a GP. 

Community Nurses

District nurses help the housebound to keep well and help avoid return or admission to hospital. They carry out blood checks, change dressings, administer morphine, deal with catheters and care for those nearing the end of their life. If you need this service you will need to be referred so please contact the practice to speak to a GP.


They are employed by Oxford Health. 


Health Visitors

There are several Health visitors and a school nurse (employed by Oxfordshire Health) who help parents care for their babies and children (under 5 years). This includes help with breast feeding and general parenting. Contact 01367 245417.

Attached Staff

Podiatry: 01367 245419


Physiotherapy: 01367 245415


These services cannot be booked by the patient and will require a referral from a GP. Please contact the practice to make an appointment with a GP if you feel you need to access either of the above. 

 
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