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Room Changes 

Now the new building is open, we have renumbered the consultation rooms.  Please note the nursing rooms are numbered 1-4 and the GP rooms 5-16.  There are notices in the waiting room to help guide patients around the building. 

New Telephone System

We have recently introduced a new telephone system, which we hope will improve the service to patients.  We would welcome any feedback to enable us to monitor the new system and make changes where we can to improve things.  Please contact the Practice Manager at manorsurgery@nhs.net or fill out a comments slip at Reception.

Mental Health Day

The Manor Surgery patient participation group are running a Mental Health information day on Saturday 8th July from 10am-1pm

'Keeping mentally well and getting through difficult times' - for more information please go to our news section. 

What is 111?

If you need medical advice outside normal surgery opening hours please call 111. 999 should only be used for serious emergencies.

You can ring 111, 365 days a year, to reach a full range of local health services, including out of hours doctors, community nurses, emergency dental care and late opening chemists.

Calls from landlines and mobile phones are free – just like 999.

Type Text Talk for Deaf or Hard–of–Hearing People

The 111 service is also available via typetalk on number 18001 111.

How Does It Work?

111 will get you through to a team of highly–trained advisers, who are supported by experienced nurses. They will assess your symptoms and guide you to the right local service.

Wherever possible, the NHS 111 team will transfer you directly to the people you need to speak to. If they think you need an ambulance, they will send one immediately – just as if you had originally dialled 999.

When Do I Use It?

People should use the NHS 111 service if they need help or advice urgently but it’s not a life-threatening situation. You should call 111 if:

  • it’s not a 999 emergency;
  • you don’t think it can wait for an appointment with your GP; or
  • you don’t know who to call for medical help.

For less urgent health needs, you should still contact your GP or dentist in the usual way, and for immediate, life–threatening, emergencies please continue to call 999.

Why Should I Use It?

NHS 111 is a fast and convenient way to get the right help – whatever your need, wherever you are, and whatever the time.

What If I Have Already Been Given a Number To Call For a Condition I Have?

If you are already receiving healthcare and a health professional has given you a specific telephone number to call when you are concerned about your condition, please continue to use that number.

What If I Live Outside Oxfordshire? 

The NHS 111 service is not available everywhere in the UK. If you are outside of Oxfordshire, please contact NHS Direct on 0845 4647.

Download information in a different language

To download NHS 111 information in a different language please visit NHS Choices website – http://bit.ly/JIAzHX

 
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