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In a genuine emergency you should call 999.

Chest pains, shortness of breath or bleeding constitute an emergency.  

Out of hours there is always a doctor on call.

The telephone number can be obtained by ringing the surgery 01295 256261 for a recorded message or calling the new 111 out of hours service for advice/redirection.

The Oxfordshire Primary Care Trust provides access to GP medical advice and treatment for patients in the North and North East of Oxfordshire and some parts of South Northamptonshire from 18:30 - 23:00 weekdays and from 08:00 - 11:00 at weekends and bank holidays. It can help if, for example, you have a fever or sickness but don’t need to go to a hospital Emergency Department.

Patients may be offered advice over the telephone, or may be asked to visit Primary Care Centres in Banbury or Bicester. For those patients who are housebound, home visits may also be made.


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