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Latest News

  • News about Dr Helen Roskell

    Dr Roskell will be leaving Woodstock Surgery at the end of August 2018.

    The partners, staff and patients wish her well and extend their appreciation
    for her care and good practice.

    We wish her every happiness in her future career.

    The practice is active in appointing a new GP to join Woodstock Surgery and we will inform you as soon as a decision is made.
  • Level 2 Heatwave Alert

    A Level 2 heatwave alert has been issued for Oxfordshire - meaning the current hot weather now poses a health risk to health for vulnerable groups.

    Sustained high temperatures day and night have triggered the Public Health alert after the Met Office, confirmed threshold temperatures that can have a significant effect on health, have been reached.

    The elderly, babies and young children, the sick and those with breathing or heart conditions are particularly susceptible to the heat.Level 2 Heatwave alert – protect yourself

  • 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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