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The Leys Health Centre , Dunnock Way, Oxford, OX4 7EXTel: 01865 778244
Dr Andy Valentine has left the practice, his patients have been registered with Dr Elizabeth Small or to our new GP, Dr Steve Begeti.
Dr Orlagh Bradley’s patients have been registered to Dr Lucy Minden, who joined us in October.
Dr Christine Brown has left the practice, her patients will be registered with Dr Elizabeth Small.
Dr Elizabeth Small is currently on maternity leave, her patients are being taken care of by Dr Rana Nafousi.
Dr Eleri Shellens and Dr Kathryn Brown are both back from maternity leave.
Patients are able to book to see any of the practice GP’s as usual.
You can now contact us via the Web to:
- book appointments
- order prescriptions
- see test results and some other parts of your medical record
- let us know about address changes
Click on the EMIS Access link for more information on this time-saving new service!
Out of HoursOur phone lines are closed between 6.30pm and 8.00am weekdays, Saturdays Sundays and Bank Holidays. If you need a doctor urgently when we are closed, please call 111. Calls to 111 are free.
Home Visits If you are too frail or sick to attend surgery, please contact Reception before 10.30am if possible. If you explain to Reception exactly what is wrong, it will help the doctor see the most urgent cases first.
Sick Day Rules for Steroid medication