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From 9 October 2017 we will be using a car parking enforcement service

From 9/10/17 we will be using a car parking enforcement service so that cars not registered on the touch screen in reception will be fined, we are doing this to free up parking spaces in our car park for our patients, rather than provide free parking for hospital staff or shoppers in Headington.

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. 

Click Here to Order Your Repeat Prescription Online (using Patient Access)

Repeat Prescriptions

If you are on long-term medication you can get a repeat prescription by using the list attached to your prescription. Please mark the items you require and either deliver, post or fax this to the surgery. We will have your new prescription ready for collection in two working days. If you collect your prescription from a designated Pharmacy, please allow 3 working days.

We are now sending prescriptions directly to your chosen pharmacy directly by the electronic prescription service (EPS). This is more convenient for you and avoids paper items being mislaid within the building. This applies to all medications except controlled drugs. These may be collected from reception but need to be signed for.

Order Online

1) The most secure way to request repeat medication online is by using EMIS Access. In order to use this service you must obtain a secure access code from reception and you will need to bring photo ID.  Please click here for more information.

2) If you do not yet have EMIS Access you can use the online Prescription Request Form .

We do not accept  prescription requests via the practice email addresses.

Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor, nurse practitioner or practice nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications and notification should appear on your repeat slip. Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.

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