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Online Appointments

Please do NOT book an appointment online for the following:

  • Minor surgery
  • Coils and implants
  • Medicals (eg. Taxi, HGV)
  • 6 week checks
  • Newborn checks
  • Or if you require a translator

If you are unsure or require an appointment for one of the above please telephone reception on 01295 225533 and they will book the appointment for you with the necessary time allocation.

GP Collaboration

GP Collaboration

GP practices in Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire are now working together as part of the PML GP Federation.

The Federation is a new way of working for GPs and it was created to enhance the delivery of health and care services for the people in our area.

There are 40 GP practices in Oxfordshire and 16 GP practices in Northamptonshire aligned to the PML GP Federation, covering a population of over 430,000.

 In Oxfordshire the Federation works in four locality groups covering the North, North East, West and part of the South West areas of Oxfordshire.

In Northamptonshire, 16 GP practices are working with PML.

Your GP practice is part of the NOxMed group, which is made up of 11 practices in the North of Oxfordshire.

PML’s central office in Banbury provides administrative and management support, governance and strategic planning and each locality has its own clinical and administrative lead to ensure our health plans are tailored for our local population. 

Find out more about the PML GP Federation follow the link http://www.principal-medical.co.uk/Community_Services.php

The PML Federation has been awarded funds to pilot new ways of delivering services to help GP practices meet increasing demand.

The aim is to improve services that patients receive through their GP Surgery. We are spending this new money on service trials in a number of locations. We will, over time, be able to measure the impact these new ways of working might have on patient care and on GP workloads.

Where services are successful, we hope they will become mainstream and enable even more patients will benefit.

Early Visiting Service

The Early Visiting Service (EVS) is made up of a team of emergency care clinicians who will work closely with GP practices to provide home visits to the elderly and housebound.

 

Neighbourhood Access Hubs
Neighbourhood Access Hubs provide same-day (or in some areas weekend) urgent appointments for patients as an alternative to an appointment at their own GP surgery. This service helps GP practices meet the increasing demand for urgent appointments and enables GPs more time for planned care.

A Neighbourhood Access Hub is not a ‘Walk-in Centre’ – you must be referred by your own GP practice for an appointment. This service is in the preparation stage at the moment, and more information about start dates and exact locations of the hubs will be made available over the coming months.

For more information click here



 
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