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New Evening and Weekend GP Clinic appointments

For routine and non-urgent care you can now see a NHS GP, Nurse or other Health Care professional in the evening and at weekends at an OxFed clinic located at three locations around Oxford in Botley, Cowley and Summertown.  Appointments must be booked through our Reception Team who can advise if this would be suitable for you.  For more information about opening times and clinic locations across Oxford please see the OxFed website (https://oxfed.uk/evening-and-weekend-gp-clinics)

 

 

Collecting Your Prescriptions

pharmacist_6.jpgYou can choose to collect your prescription from the practice or have it returned to you in a stamped addressed envelope (SAE).

Please allow 2 working days for your prescription to be issued and signed. 

If you use one of the pharmacies which are close to the practice, then you can request that you pick up your medication directly from them. We can send most prescriptions via the EPS electronic prescribing service to pharmacies in any part of the country.

We have a good relationship with our local pharmacies and some have an arrangement to collect prescriptions from the practice on a daily basis and 

These pharmacies include:

  • Boots, Cornmarket Street
  • Boswells, Cornmarket Street
  • Jenners, Manzil Way, Cowley Road
  • Lloyds, Botley Road
  • Lloyds, Walton Street
  • Rowlands, 227 Banbury Road
  • Rowlands, Prama House, Summertown
  • Woodlands, Botley Road
  • Woodstock Road Chemist, 59 Woodstock Road

If you are on a regular repeat prescription, then some pharmacies will co-ordinate the ordering of the repeat medication when it is due, but for this to be enabled you will have to set this up with the pharmacist.

Some pharmacies can also organise your medication for you in daily doses if you have a number of tablets to take in a day. Please discuss this with the practice reception if you feel you would benefit from this service.

Many pharmacies will be able to deliver your medication if it is difficult for you to travel to collect it. Again please discuss this with the practice reception if you would like your medication delivered to your home.

 
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